Monday, 13 February 2017

Memos: Mail: Me

Happy Mail landed this week landed in the form of
a replenishment of Christmas-themed scrapbook supplies.
  Always welcome.
And as for the weekend,
there was the discovery of a new-to-me clothing brand,
a birthday party for Cachirulo
and cuddles with these two.
Looking at those last two images, my heart is full.

8 comments:

debs14 said...

What a coincidence that we both mention that brand today!
Gorgeous photos of the little ones, how adorable!

Fiona@Staring at the Sea said...

That looks like Seasalt to me. I may have a *few* bits in my wardrobe, including my favourite sandals. Gorgeous photos of all the little and not so little ones.

Patio Postcards said...

Oh happy mail in the form of scrapping supplies (score). Discovering a new line of clothing that makes delightful stripy tops (bonus) & such heart warming photos of the little ones (winner). Happy week ahead.

Sian said...

Such a handsome family!

I've just said to Deb that the Seasalt catalogue arrived here and what I really want is a pair of the sandals which look like those expensive Swedish clog ones. TNNSO bought a gorgeous bikini from them last year. Cost an arm and a leg but really looked the business.

Wishing you a good week ahead. Are you going to be scrapbooking Christmas?

alexa said...

What lovely photos of your little (and not so little) people. I'm amazed that - living where you do - that clothing label hasn't made it into your consciousness before now! I hope you find some really nice things for yourself in there. You deserve a treat. I am intrigued about the Christmas scrapboking things ...

Maggie said...

Ahh glad to see a picture of the little ones and the slightly bigger ones too.

Jane said...

lovely photos and I find it hard to resist Christmas stash, perfect for next years journal

Melissa said...

Such festive happy mail!! And those last two images are definitely heart-filling!

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