Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Spring Giddiness.

The funny brown thing on the left is actually a cake (in case you were wondering) with a cinnamon, sugar and butter drizzling. Perhaps not the most attractive cake but very delicious, especially when eaten still oven warm.

The boys with their cousins setting off for an adventure on the farm. Archie was looking after his cousin Rose (she didn't really need it, I think she just loves the extra attention from her big cousin). Note that Hugo is running at the front - he is NOT going to be left behind...
Archie's first bicycling lesson without training wheels.
And someone little does not want to be left behind.
The weather has been so good over the last few days I am afraid I have been neglecting the blog a little. But there has been sunshine and no wind IN SPRING, IN NEW ZEALAND!!! We have been running around in giddy circles enjoying the long weekend.
And now it is time to tend to the house again, love Kate xxooxxooxx.

6 comments:

kirsty said...

Lucky you -it's starting to turn a bit wintery here! Lovely photos - the flowers are beautiful!

Killiecrankie Farm said...

look at those rolling hills !
and you can't stop them once they are off trainers - well done lads :)
your cake sounds delicious, a good point about not judging a cake by its icing.

Amanda said...

I'm only a teensy bit jealous. I do love Autumn and Winter but there's nothing to beat those beautiful Spring days! I shall have to keep Stanley wrapped up! Lots of love, Amanda xxx

Anonymous said...

hmmmm, we´re having blustery autumn weather with puddles and falling leaves. it seems like you live in a parallel universe! brightens up my day to see your beautiful flowers and all that green. i do enjoy the cosiness here with candles and lots of tea and knitting/crocheting, though. greeting from chilly germany, jo

do you mind if i knit said...

I'm always struck by the beautiful light you have where you live, and how bright and light your house is Kate. It looks like the cousins get on well, isn't that lovely! There's something wonderful about children playing nicely together isn't there? Your photo of the roses in the jar, with petals on the table, and your gorgeous crochet blanket in the background is sublime Kate. Love Vanessa xxx

Julia said...

It's actuallly lovely to read about Spring, and to picture it, while all around us here leaves swirl, winds blow and rain lashes...autumn is setting in and the cold is returning, your post is a breath of fresh (and warm) air!

Love Julia x x x

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