Sunday, 15 February 2015

Lazy Sunday Links

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1. I'm probably not cool enough to pull of a bandana, but these look pretty awesome 2. House made from a converted grain silo? You fulfill all my circular living dreams! 3. Sarah made the best looking cake ever 4. And at the other end of the spectrum Jen talks about being well 5. Behind the scenes of monument valley  6. Carrie's five new things

Hello hello! Did you have a good Valentines day? James had to work on the actual day, but on Friday I did come home to a card and homemade peanut butter cookies (recipe coming soon - they are amazing!) On Saturday I pretty much spent the day cleaning, which was romantic... well, maybe not romantic, but I clean to show I care!

We aren't generally very in to Valentines Day, but it is nice to have an excuse to do something a bit special, even if it is just order pizza and watch a movie. This year I made (well, made is a strong word, I bought a kit!) crispy aromatic duck, which was a little too remeniscent of Bill Bailey's Love Song for my liking, but it was tasty!

4 comments:

Laura said...

I totally think you could pull of a bandanna Harriet!

Joanna. said...

If you think 'scarf' instead of bandana I reckon it's a bit more acceptable for British people to wear headpieces. lmao. I wear a scarf most days when my hair is dirty/when I cba to do anything with it/when I want to keep it out of my face. I'll look forward to seeing you have a go!

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Lily Lipstick said...

I love the bandanas - maybe one for the summer though! Sounds like you had a lovely chilled Valentine's day. I went to see 50 Shades with my mother which was cringe-worthy but not for the reasons I was expecting it to be! x

ellie wa said...

Long time lurker and reader, coming out of lurkdom (the more I say the word lurk, the weirder it looks) to say - Bill Bailey's love song reference made me laugh, (like all the other ducks, quah quah quah quah quah) (very hard to type a hybrid between quacking and laughing), hope you have a lovely week, Ellie