Monday, 23 February 2009

Seagulls and hot chocolate

Sunday was fresh orange juice before a brisk walk along the beach. Making the most of the winter breeze. Stopping on the harbor arm to watch the gulls and waves and sit and drink some hot chocolate from a flask. Picked up some bread and cheese from the local deli and went home to eat it before the dark sky threatened to open up on us. Then just stayed cosy at home until sleeping time.

16 comments:

From This Moment to That said...

Your Sunday sounds lovely, and your lunch looked scumptious!

trupeach said...

sounds (and looks) ideal.

{michelle} said...

Sounds like a lovely Sunday morning, wish I'd had a chance to take a stroll on the beach.

I was hold up in my apartment coughing up a lung (but feeling better today). That orange juice in your picture looks pretty scrumptious though!

mimi charmante said...

Sounds heavenly~

Jane Flanagan said...

Sounds perfect!

B said...

These pictures look like they are taken straight out of the Toast catalogue! So so lovely. :)

Lobster and swan said...

hope you are feeling better Michelle!

thank you everyone and thanks to B, those sweets in your post are making me crave sugar!

I could not comment at your blog as there was something up with the verifyer?!

Mary S. said...

I looovvvveee that blue dish!!

tan!a said...

I love your photo's, it seems that you had a nice sunday, with the walk, hot chocolate and delicious breakfast. Yummie!

Ziakoko said...

I used to have a lovely painting of a seagull, seemed to be so peaceful, I think they are one of my favourite birds even though they are such terrible rascals!

Pink of Perfection said...

i feel like i'm in heaven looking at these pictures.

hmstrjam said...

love the photos, simple, beautiful!

Brittany Noel said...

A lovely day and lovely photos. Perfection.

ambika said...

Such consistently lovely photos. & they make me long for these lovely, simple foods.

Jen r. said...

MMMMM... that cheese and bread looks fabulous!

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

The title of this post is very evocative of a certain atmosphere...makes me think of the Rhode Island coast when I was in college.