Saturday, May 16, 2009

The un-rushed breakfast

Saturday mornings are usually busy. It's either baking for the restaurant (see former post here) or rushing to Granada to the merceria (haberdasher's) or to my favorite craft shop where they baptized me la chica de las lentejuelas, the sequins girl, because as they say laughingly, I consume sequins very rapidly. This morning I baked while Monchéri went out for sardins for tomorrow's picnic. I had to be fast and deliver the cakes at the restaurant at 1pm but, even in a rush my brain doesn't function at 100% if I miss this : my little breakfast in the sun, next to my pot of pink petunias. It reminds me that I'm been tagged..hum..a few weeks ago about 6 unimportant things which make me happy, so this is one...
Wish you a lovely week end !

12 comments:

Cecile/DreamCreateRepeat said...

A charming breakfast! A leisurely breakfast is good for the digestion and so civilized....

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

No better start to a weekend!

Indyeah said...

Your food pics always (and I mean ALWAYS) leave me drooling!:D:D
have a great weekend!:)))
Here In India we finally have a stable govt with a comfortable majority.,..no coalition politics fore now:))
thats the great news from this side of the world for the day!:)))


(((hugs))))

Lizzy Frizzfrock said...

Lovely photograph. Sweet breakfast.

AnnaVallance said...

That looks so wonderful.

Yoli said...

Lalita linda, que rico luce ese desanuno! Invitame!

Helena said...

What a lovely way to have breakfast!

Spangle said...

There's nothing better than starting the day eating breakfast in the sun! All of the photos on your blog are beautiful.

Vanessa said...

Beautiful! We should have breakfast together sometime!

Merisi said...

I close my eyes and dream -
thank you for this inspiring image! :-)

I think the fabric of happiness needs many many unimportant moments like this. May you find them in abundance every day!

A Cuban In London said...

Wish you a lovely week! That photo is great. Many thanks.

Greetings from London.

Christina said...

I can feel the sun dance on your silver serving tray. It's beautiful.

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