Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Seven Things

Thankful. Smiling. Laughing. Appreciating. Adoring.
 
Loving. Holding. Remembering. Sharing. 

Here are seven little things that I'm loving today.

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:: Quiet mornings...me, a cup of  tea and my notebook



:: Simple summer meals



:: My little man's fascination with turtles



:: Bees, lots of bees!!!



:: Tomatoes starting to ripen



:: Goodness from the garden for our morning juice



:: This relationship between my little man and my dad

 
 What simple little things are you loving today?

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Linking up with Lisa over at Little Coffee Beans for Seven Things

19 comments:

  1. So wonderful...So, are you a beekeeper now? My uncle was one and my cousin took over. It's been a a while since the hives were tended, so no honey for us yet, but I know he'll share as soon as he can. Looks like your garden is flourishing. Lots of yummy goodness. Love the photo of Reece with you Dad.

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    1. Thanks. Not an official beekeeper yet...I attended a workshop on the weekend and we will be getting bees soon.

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  2. Morning sun, watching my son ride his bike with such pride.

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  3. That meal looks delish! And my boys would love that turtle, too! :) http://oldgatesfarm.blogspot.com/2012/07/seven-things.html

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    1. Thanks, it was :) I think all kids would love that turtle. There were actually about four of them, fun!

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  4. I love your seven things :) I am a list maker and a notebook keeper. My seven things: coffee, Frodo, summer with the kids home, family trips, photography, salads, and quiet early mornings.

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  5. Loving all of these!!! That photo of Reece and your dad on the train is magical!!!

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  6. Love this list Kim! Thanks for linking up! That meal looks delish. Zucchini?
    And cheers for ripening tomatoes!

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    1. My pleasure Lisa, thanks for hosting. And yes it was zucchini, fresh from the garden with a garlic scape pesto.

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  7. A great list of seven, though the bees make me sudder, I couldn't have taken that shot!

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    1. Thanks! That was actually taken at a beekeeping workshop I attended on the weekend.

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  8. Kim, have you thought of putting together an e-book with your recipes in it? The meals you make look delicious. xxoo

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