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Monday
Aug292011

scenes from sunday

Maybe one of these days, I’ll do something interesting enough with my Friday and Saturday to post pictures from the entire weekend? In the meantime, here’s what I did with my Sunday: 1) We went to the farmer’s market and picked up Zucchini flowers (which are actually edible! who would have thought?). When fried up in a pan, they’re delicious. 2) The watermelons at the farmer’s market this week were out of this world good. 3) I’m sure you’ve seen the cover of Sara Midda’s The South of France: A Sketchbook floating around the internet. I picked up a copy months ago and just now got around to flipping through it! It’s contents are just as lovely as its cover. 4) The English Muse and I snatched the last two copies of Design*Sponge’s summer newsletter at ReForm School! Can you believe that it was free?! I would have gladly paid $10 for this little thing :) 5) My best friend picked me up this vintage hat at an antique mall in Michigan, not having the slightest clue as to who Oleg Cassini was. I love! Et c'est tout. How was your weekend? 

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Reader Comments (4)

I adore Sara Midda's "South of France." I have had that book for years - it's such a treat to look through...donna

08.29.2011 | Unregistered Commentera perfect gray

Sounds like the perfect little sunday to me!

08.29.2011 | Unregistered CommenterLillian Davenport

Love Sara Midda's sketchbook! Purchased it years ago~charming. Having read your post, I think I'll revisit my copy ;)

08.29.2011 | Unregistered CommenterSusan R.

I love zucchini flowers! I first had them when camping in Africa, and I thought, if that guy can make them out here, I can for sure do this on my own! xoxo

08.29.2011 | Unregistered CommenterChelsea

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