Saturday - happy

Posted by Claudia Moser on 2:30 PM in , , , ,
Another weekend, amazing weather, many plans (already cleaned with wardrobe - selected two full bags with clothes to donate next week), great events ahead (Indonesian food tonight and an orchid exhibition tomorrow), some cooking (slow cooker goulash) and some baking (cherry pie). All in all I am busy, but doing what I like (including a lovely breakfast with my husband this morning looking out towards the mountains), thus all I can report is happiness! I wish you all a Lovely weekend, smiles for you all!



I love happiness! So happy for your happiness!
And that looks yummy!!!

This post made me happy as well, Claudia. Enjoy!

I agree with the others, your happiness makes me happy! Sounds like a wonderful weekend you have planned. I have been using my new slow cooker (Crockpot) and am very pleased with it. It's lovely to be able to just relax when it's all prepared, and just dish it up at evening meal time :)

Sounds like a perfect weekend. I'm cleaning out my closets tomorrow. I find that to be kind of fun.

oh lucky you!! have fun!

You so often have the best weekends :-)

@Laura - thank you, it turned out to be so tender, lovely dish
@Karen - thank you, I did enjoy this weekend at its fullest!
@Diane - yes, it is very practical, you can focus on other tasks!
@Belle - yes, it is in the end the feeling of achieving something useful!
@Momto8 - I had and still have fun
@Sarah - I do try!

ah, nice. food looks yum! soothing.

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