Isn't it wonderful to teach little treasures to our children. Miss G was visiting one of her dear ballet friends yesterday; she had not seen her since late last year. These two girls are just so delightful and sweet, both aged 11 - they are not full of worldliness - but loveliness. So my Miss G decided to bring a little gift and remembered how we picked posies of flowers from our garden. I was so proud of her thoughtfulness and such a simple gift of kindness.
I found this gorgeous fondue set in the Op-Shop, it didn't have any forks with it, but it did have a miniature sized fondue cookbook! I just love red, it looks quite Scandinavian. Now I shall be on a fondue fork hunt!
Melbourne weather has been very erratic in the past 48 hours. I am busting to get into the garden and Mister J has lots of paving to do. He did fix the retaining wall in-between showers - for Him being a non-gardener I was quite impressed. I did get a spot of pruning in aswell - I love being outdoors - it is so refreshing.
This is some gorgeous fabric I picked up, it will become a couple of sun-dresses. I will embellish it with a gorgeous blue stripe cotton and some French ric-rac. Miss G and I have also been replenishing our stock pile of hair pretties, I just love embellishing them with tulle.
This afternoon brings visiting a friend and checking out her latest beautiful creations that she will be bringing to The Vintage Shed in Tyabb in a few weeks. Leftovers for dinner and Miss G has a beautiful friend coming for a sleepover. xo