Hello! I am joining with Amy from Love Made My Home again this week for Five On Friday. It has not been my best ever week so, I have looked for the positives where I could them. This is what I came up with;
I think these beautiful flowers are become one of my favourites. They are out in abundance at the moment. I planted two Camellia plants in my garden over Easter, one in the border and one in a pot. This picture is not of either of those because they haven’t bloomed yet, instead this is one we encountered while out and about this week. So beautiful!
It has been chilly some days this week which called for Apple Crumble. This one was made in the slow cooker and the house smelled delicious when it was baking. It tasted pretty good too. Mostly we like custard with any crumble but one of our contingent prefers ice cream.
What’s your preferred accompaniment with crumble?
Ordinarily we would choose Sefton Park for a dog walking jaunt, but we mixed it up a bit this week and ventured to Calderstones Park in Liverpool. It is smaller that Sefton Park but has a lovely little lake and cafe. The cafe was full of good stuff and I intend to write a separate post about it.
Wednesday was a pretty miserable day, the wind and rain didn’t help. In an effort to fortify ourselves for the day ahead we ventured to a local cafe for brunch. It was a lovely treat, the service and food were just what was required. I didn’t manage to get a picture of the food because we were all so hungry, we will have to go again.
I bought this scarf for Miss Glade on Wednesday. It is gorgeous, it has a fringe and yellow pineapples on it. Little Miss loves it and it has been firing her imagination ever since. She has worn it in so many different ways already.
But who doesn’t love pineapples?
That’s my five for this week, clutching at straws, I grant you, it’s been that kind of week! We are off to the beach in Wales today so, I will be visiting everyone this evening if that’s ok!
Have a lovely day!