Monday Sevens #66

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Here is this weeks “Sunday” Sevens post, linking up to Natalie to give a snap shot view of how the last week has gone.


So yet again time seems to have whizzed by again and suddenly it is halfway through July! I just do not know where this year has gone! This post will cover the last few weeks. Although I have been rather busy I don’t seem to have actually taken that many photos.

Philip and I  tried homemade pizzas, making the dough from scratch, which turned out really quite tasty. Will have to try these again for sure!

homemade pizzas

 

Making a change this time, I was out on the water instead of Pippa, taking my ICC course down in portsmouth. Although the weather was nice for some of it, the rest of the time is was blowing old boots.

sailing on the solent

 

We joined a few friends this week for a meal out at the stable, where I had this lovely cider tasting board, although I’m pretty sure one of them tasted like watered down medicine.

cider selection board

 

The garden is starting to get into the swing of things, we haven’t planted much this year but we are getting a lovely crop or blueberries, and starting to get some sugar-snaps and courgettes. On the left is our turbo-tomato which is just a single plant…

produce from the garden

 

As a little treat for myself on Amazon prime day I got myself a new cordless drill. Probably more excited about this than I should be but hey…

present to myself

 

We nipped up to Reading for a leaving dinner/ drinks with one of our friends who is off on secondment for a few months. We enjoyed a lovely selection of drinks 🙂

Leaving drinks


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  1. Sheila

    Ooh, those cocktails look inviting – not sure I can get as excited about the drill, lol! Homemade pizzas are the best, aren’t they? There’s no going back to shop bought ones now:)

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