01 November 2007

Painting and Potting

I wish !
I would love to able to spend the whole of today in my bed with my books and magazines.
Tea and toast and my radio.
Followed by a light lunch, served by my favourite man of course.
A little nap after lunch ! ! !
A luxurious soak in the bath.
Dress, hair, makeup and out on the town for a lovely meal.

But no, not this Friday.
I am off on 'another' painting trip and to pot up my winter pansies.
I hope that you have a good Friday and brilliant weekend.


Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Sound like a great way to spend the day even if it is only make believe. I am delighted you visited my blog. Hope you'll return. Have a super great weekend. Miles of Smiles ~ Lynn

bj said...

What would we do without our dreams? I have always been a day dreamer and have had some doozies!
Let's not ever quit dreaming 'cause once we do, we're lost!
Have a cozy night!

Cowboys & Custard said...

Hi Carol
Yes sounds blissful but just think of the bed sores!
I wake so early every morning and by the time I get up at 7.00 a.m I feel as though I have spent all day in bed! I hope you get a minute or two to yourself this weekend but I know that your painting work will look fabulous...as always..

Jenn and Jacqui said...

Hi Carol! That sounds fabulous! What a shame it's just it's a dream!!! Jen and Jacqui :)

vintage twist said...

I too wish I could spend my day like that, maybe over the weekend?

Sandi McBride said...

woo hoo, when you've had yours, send him over and let him serve me lol!!! have a great weekend!!!

Jenn and Jacqui said...

Sounds perfect to us Carol, even if it's only a dream!! Now back to our sorting and packing....have a lovely weekend! Jenn and Jacqui


Sounds like my perfect day upon waking, then the reality hits and realise the day isn't going to turn out quite like you would choose. I do get to enjoy a relaxing soak when I get in from work though which is nice. Thanks for visiting my other blog, I started with my gardening blog but then thought that throughout the winter months, with not much happening outside to report on, my trusted blog friends would lose interest, so I started up a home edition as well! It is not so hard to keep two going as I have given up watching the soaps on the TV, to free up more spare time. Your dream of an allotment sounds lovely, I may have one when I get to retire, and it is my dream too to have a lovely little shed with a kettle, idyllic! x

Sophie Honeysuckle said...

That does sound like a heavenly day....