In the morning I went with my friend Tara to Glebe markets. I may have bought these shoes which I kind of love ;) I say it a bit hesitantly though because I have quite a collection of vintage shoes now. I just can't help it when they fit so well...they can't be left behind! I justify this pair though because they are black (always versatile!), made in Italy, comfortable, very reasonably priced, and the mini studs make them rather unique, don't you think?
After we potted around the markets we had coffee at this adorable French patisserie. I had a soy cappuccino and a small sour cherry pastry, so yum! I also bought this light rye loaf. I mentioned in my last post I haven't eaten bread in a few weeks, so I had to buy a delicious loaf. The toasted sunflower seeds just make it. For a late lunch I had a few slices with fresh ricotta & strawberries. It's sooooo good and I got the idea from Cate's blog where she had this combination on a bagel.
In the afternoon I did some study for Biology and this is the view from our sun room. Isn't this native bush lovely?
And look at one of our veggie patches! We just started to grow tomatoes, lettuce as well as lots of herbs.
Frankie magazine came out this week, oh so exciting! It's such a delight to read on the train to uni. I think I accidentally squealed on the train when I came across a recipe for "strawberry, apple and vanilla jam. And they provide amazingly cute stickers to label your jam!! I'm going to make it with a few friends next weekend!
I finished Anh Doh's autobiography the other day which I immensely enjoyed and already have my book I'm going to read next week, "Perfume: the story of a murderer". I loved the film, so I can't wait to read the book :)
What have you been up to this weekend?
I also saw Horrible Bosses with Adrian yesterday (his choice, not mine). I'm not going to lie, it was pretty hilarious!