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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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