Monday, 21 March 2011

Sweet....sweets.....

Sometimes a peanut butter sandwich just doesn't cut it......


Today what was needed was......sugary....colour.....and cute, I can't believe this was my lunch...well actually I can 'cos as Mr H says I have the same taste in sweets as a three year old child......"whats wrong with that, I ask????"

I am now in full on Easter mode....
there's new fabrics blowing away on the washing line and I've got some news about an etsy giveaway coming up soon...details to follow :)

~Have a happy week~

x x x x x x x

19 comments:

  1. MMM ... I have a peanut butter sandwich every day ... and a few little sweet treats too. :) Love the colorful afghan you made. Have a great week. Tammy

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  2. A peanut butter sandwich wouldn't do it for me ever I'm afraid...
    ...but those mini eggs on the other hand!

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  3. I do love peanut butter sandwiches but those sweeties look very tempting!!!! x

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  4. Jane this whole yummy post I could eat up...so Adorable! and Happy Spring to you.

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  5. such a lovely bright post. I have peanut butter and branston pickle on crackers nearly every day now that is lovely ;-)) dee x

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  6. Oooooh you have a sweet tooth too! Cola bottles and milk bottles are my very bad weakness. A bag of red liquorice is usually in the cupboards too!

    When I was about 8, the school tuck shop used to sell aniseed balls for 1/2p each so I used to get a bag of 40 and try and see how many I could get away with eating in class before I was found out!

    There is something so lovely about sweets...obviously I scoff when the bears arn't around to set a good impression!!!!!........Not! I'm a pants mother!!!!!!

    Have a super week!!!

    Love Vanessa xxx

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  7. i love peanut butter-and sweets ;)

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  8. Don't worry you're not alone, my lunch included a Fry's Chocolate Creme!! Mmmm. :)
    Vivienne x

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  9. Love your sweet pictures, I have passed on a blog award to you on my blog, don't worry if you don't want to take part its quite a bit of work

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  10. phoar!! those choccy eggs look lush!

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  11. since it seems appropriate to mention what one's eaten for one's own lunch I'll let you know that today I had eggs and ham....how Dr Seuss is that!
    No sweets for me today - I'm seriously back into chocolate!
    See you wednesday for button shopping!
    fee x

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  12. Those icecreams look delicious and sooo pretty. I've not passed 8 in my tastebuds either jane. I sigh loudly and then roll my eyes when the girls choose boring chocolate raisins or mint imperials in the sweetie shop. I walk out with jelly cherries, pink shrimps and blue sours in my hand and then they scoff all of mine. Bad children. At least I'm educating them.

    X

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  13. Perfect lunch me thinks!!
    Rachel x

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  14. It was jelly eggs and chocolate eggs for me!!!!!

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  15. ok...I am so with you....I just finished a caramel robins egg...so sweet but so yummy. I have had sweets for lunch many a times. Yours do look grand!

    Hugs and love for a wonderful Tuesday. xoxoxo
    p.s....did I tell you my bag arrived...LOVE LOVE LOVE it. happy dance....so glad to have two...I was going to give it away but just can't! xoxoxoxx Thank you

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  16. Oh Lordy! I can see I am going to lose hours in your world. How have I not found you before?? I'm so glad you left me a comment on my bobble stitch tute as I think you'll get me through tonights feeds (small baby, big appetite!)

    Hope my bobble works for you if you try it, I'd be grateful for any feedback as it was my first crochet tutorial
    xxx

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  17. Hi Jane

    Me again. I was going to email, but ended up here instead. Sorry didn't get back sooner. Thanks for the fab fabric, all lovely and really appreciated. I saw bits and bobs at car boot and thought Jane. If you like I can get and post on to you as only 50p or so. Now off to sew in the sun and then visit a secure mental health unit. How diverse can a day get?

    X

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