Monday, 1 June 2015

Me on Monday ~ The History Breakfast Edition

Another busy weekend around here. Gone in a flash, as seems to be the case of late. The first day of June already. Really? That meant it was an early morning session in school, ahead of today's History exam, with breakfast laid on. Home in time for elevenses and the usual post mortem. Her brother was keen to know if any of his helpful tips had come in handy, for this, his favourite subject.

























It was a tempting my girl to eat (with eggy bread) after a week of feeling poorly....























....receiving this lovely Liberty in the post, to make a dress for my niece's wedding....























....watching the last episode of the season....























....spreading out the fabric on the floor to cut a circular skirt kind of weekend.

How was yours? Waving to Sian on this Monday afternoon, having just made a dash to rescue the washing. I did say it was June, didn't I?!

13 comments:

debs14 said...

Feeling poorly during the exams period is very bad luck. Hope the history exam went well.
Love that Liberty fabric - can't wait to see what you make out of it!

Jane said...

I've just started watching Outlander. I hope all the exams go well.

My not so simple life said...

Hope exams go well, that fabric is beautiful :)

Sian said...

A favourite subject here too. I hope the exam went well and she is feeling a bit better very soon.

The navy is gorgeous

Cheri said...

Was that last episode as horrific as you had imagined it from reading the book? I thought the guy that plays Jack Randall portrayed sadistic pleasure to a tee. Although it was all kinda gross too.

Julia Dunnit said...

Ah the dress fabric for the wedding is gorgeous! I hope that Your daughter is feeling OK, nothing worse when there are exams....I think eggy bread is the best remedy by far!

Louise said...

History here too today with an early morning lesson before the exam started. They have to stay at school after for a lesson :(

Sandra said...

I hope the exam went well and she's better.

I will say that fabric is gorgeous

sandra gilbert said...

That Liberty print is beautiful i can't wait to see how it turns out.

KraftyKaren said...

I can't wait to see Outlander having read the books more times than I care to remember, I believe they have dealt with the Wentworth torture stuff very well from what I am hearing online.

That fabric is beautiful x

Julia said...

I hope she is feeling much better this week. I love your Liberty fabric and that the school puts on a breakfast revision session! After tomorrow we're just over half way through exams here. That's got to be a good thing!

alexa said...

What a lovely piece of fabric - can't wait to see what you make with it ... Hoping those exams are over soon!

Jo said...

It sounds like a good weekend, I hope the exam went well x