Thursday, 21 June 2007

Thursday Musings.

Thursday.

Good Afternoon and a beautiful one it is too.When I entered the world this morning just after eight it was very dull but warm.  I took a chance and changed the bed in the hope the rain that was forecast would not come today. Just about lunchtime the sun came out and has been shining since and has been very warm sitting in the garden.
My tomatoes are coming on a treat and getting very tall as they are on a south facing wall they get any sun that is going and the tiny ones on the windowsill are coming on grand too.  My Sweat Peas are very slow this year I put the plants in before we went on holiday and I think they were frosted one night so it has taken them a while to recover and they are still only about 8  inches high hope they get a move on or they won't get a chance to flower.
While sitting out today Stu has been painting a water colour of one of my pictures I took on holiday the one with the tide defences I took a Sheringham he was using his easel and having a lot of bother with it slackening off so there was not much peace and quiet for me but I did manage to get my book finished all 765 pages of it at last it seems to have taken me ages (The Temple Matthew Reilly). Tonight a rare treat fresh linen and a new book together I just love that feeling. I am going to read a mystery next after all Matthew's action looking for something a bit quieter. Have chosen S is for Silence by Sue Grafton, this is the first time I have read something of hers so I am hoping I have found a new author, for me. She is working her way through the alphabet with the same lady detective so I will see how it pans out and will let you know what I think later.
Think that's about it for today nearly teatime and the chicken should be ready for the next stage. Making chicken it a creamy white wine sauce with mushrooms new potatoes broccoli and carrots hope I've made you all hungry now have a great evening. Love

Joan

7 comments:

sdrogerson said...

Have you tried Jodi Picoult?

jeadie05 said...

Pleased your tomatoes are doing well ,I havent grown any this year ,I will be waiting to hear ouw you enjoy the new author ,...love Jan xx

astoriasand said...

Well Joan it's been a little brighter here today for a change to say it's supposed to be thefirst day of Summer I don't know when its realy going to start Grrrrrrrr.We had a tornado this week the picture was caught by a local photographer Ahhhhhhh.Glad it passedo over.Sky is black now heading for a bad storm by the look of it.Glad the tommys are doing well.As for the sweet peas I am unsure as something I love but never grew many of.I am not an avid reader but I am happy to hear you have finished the encyclopedia LOL!! Sounded as thick as one,with all those pages. LOL!!Hope Stuart managed to get on with his pianting eventually.Enjoy your new read, OH! and I missed your lovely meal.I was shopping at Morrisons Haaaaaaaa.Mmmmmmmm Sounds delicious.Take care God Bless.Kath
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ally123130585918 said...

I'm glad you didn't get that rain I saw forecast on TV for your part of the country ~ glad your tomatoes are coming along well ~ my poppy seeds are growing well ~ I love that picture of the sea defences at Sheringham ~ would love to see Stuart's painting when he has finished it ~ that was some book you got through all 765 pages ~ hope you enjoy your new book ~ that chicken in white wine sauce sounds delicious ~ Ally x

jlocorriere05 said...

I'm glad you got some good weather today, so often you get rain. I love the smell of fresh linen, 'fraid if I read in bed I'm asleep in a few minutes! Enjoy your new book! Jeannette xx  http://journals.aol.co.uk/jlocorriere05/Welcometomytravels/  

jeadie05 said...

Found a Sue Grafton in the charity shop today, Q for Quarry .looking forward to reading it ,thanks for the reccomendation ,it looks good ....love Jan xx

adlessor said...

I don't know about anyone else, but you did make me hungry!  Love fresh bed linens from the outside drying.  Enjoy your new book.   Dawn
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