Monday, 11 April 2016

project 366: 095-101

095: My lil' tomatoes are growing very nicely. Even now, when it's literally only a week later, they've gotten so much bigger already.

096: My first day that I completely forgot to take a photo. How sad. But I basically just worked and slept on Tuesday.

097: A very similar day to Tuesday; work, saw Batman v Superman, and slept. Here's some new Moomin fridge magnets I got though, the one on the left and the bottom one are new gifts I got:-)

098: Still avidly reading Christie.

099: Feeling like a 9-year-old in such a good way.

100: In addition to Christie, I've also been reading poetry quite a bit.

101: The weather on Sunday was A+. It was the first day that I felt like it truly was spring. (We don't even have that much snow anymore.)


Hena Tayeb said...

Love Agatha Christie..
Yay tomatoes!
My eldest just got his hands on his first ever candy necklace.. he sneaks into bed and is eating it slowly.. making sure his little brother doesn't find out.

Amy said...

These photos are all so prefect for spring! I love the one of your tomato plant, it makes me want to start growing some more plants ♥
Amy xx

Little Moon Dragon

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Agatha Christie is a fabulous writer and she has written wonderful detective novels. The books written by Earle Stanley Gardner and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are also very interesting.

I am half way through reading the poems of William Wordsworth

Fantastic photos.

Best wishes

Jessica Acton said...

What a gorgeous tomato plant! I love growing veggies, although I'm not very good at it. My flat is so surrounded by tall buildings that I don't get enough light to grow things in my window sill. I love the candy necklace too, I remember having those as a child and ending up with a sticky neck from where I'd been eating it. So gross! Yours looks much more sophisticated ;) xx


E said...

I haven't read Christie in ages but I would I could really go for one of her books right now - perfect summer holiday reading!

District of Chic

E said...

I haven't read Christie in ages but I would I could really go for one of her books right now - perfect summer holiday reading!

District of Chic

Optimistic Existentialist said...

Hello dear friend. Agatha Christie is one of my favorite authors. And I love that cloud shot :)

Laura Jones said...

Hena Tayeb - i do love a good evening with agatha christie, too:-) and i do love tomatoes as well, hehe! haha, that is too cute, hon! xx

Amy - thank you, lovely! growing plants is so much fun (i might have too many already, though)! :-) xx

Joseph Pulikotil - christie and conan doyle are both great, i've not read anything of earle stanley gardner though! and wordsworth is always worth reading as well:-) thank you, pal! x

Jessica Acton - i love growing plants as well, it's just such a fun and rewarding lil' hobby:-) and most of the vegetable seeds i buy are guaranteed to succeed, so they're kind of "easier" to grow, haha. shame about the tall buildings! haha, thanks, darling! i'd like to think i looked more sophisticated than a 5-year-old but the reality may have been different.. xxx

E - her books are perfect for any holiday when you pick the right one, gal! but i'll definitely be reading more christie in the summer:-) x

Optimistic Existentialist - mine too! and thanks, friend! x

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