In the afternoon

Our little land, slowly turning green. Amazing. The first signs of onion, potatoes, beans and beetroots peeking out. Maybe we can eat more that the chives next time we’re here.

60 years old now, sweet mother.

 

23 Responses to In the afternoon

  1. Ali says:

    looks beautiful! In Sydney we have had a sunny sunday too – a whole sunny week actually!

  2. hanna says:

    it all sounds very nice, i long for the countryside a bit. but it’s nice and summery here in the city too. good biking around weathers. exciting, your garden! we have a small window garden too. today i’ll be working and drawing and enjoying the sunny day. have a good sunday E and family!

  3. hi Mum
    looking pretty

    ps : veggie garden looks great

  4. Anne says:

    How exciting your garden! And your place looks so lovely! Greets from Paris – a sunny Sunday here too!

  5. katri says:

    what a lovely, lovely way to celebrate. happy birthday to your mother! we too are enjoying the sun. yay!

  6. Charlyn W says:

    Such a wonderful time together!
    I wish we were having a sunny Sunday here, but no such luck…booo.. :(

  7. Happy Birthday to your mom! I LOVE the idea of taking some time with just sisters and mom. I am going to suggest that to my sisters. Something to plan in a few years :)

  8. It all looks beautiful- Enjoy these special days!X

  9. anaïck says:

    hey great ! did you just plant seeds for the rhubarb ??

  10. Meg Brookman says:

    I wish comments would mention where they are. It would be so fun to know, especially when they are talking about their summer weather.

    It was sunny here in Portland, Oregon, yesterday. Back to cloudy and grey today.

    PS: Love the camel coffee mugs!

  11. Meg Brookman says:

    That should have said ‘commenters’. Too busy thinking about rhubarb, I guess.

  12. Laura Trevey says:

    I just stumbled upon your blog, and I love that 1st image of the barn…. enjoy your Sunday!

    xoxo

  13. echo says:

    Gorgeous photos! It looks like your in for an amazing season at your summer home!

    I would love to have a garden like that, but I don’t own any land. Besides, I lack the confidence. I hope you’re able to eat with abundance soon!

  14. Elisabeth says:

    anaïck, no the rhubarbs where there when we bought the house. We have sooo much of it. This morning we had rhubarb compote for breakfast. And I just filled a whole bag of them to take home to Gothenburg for rhubarb pie, rhubarb lemonade and rhubarb cream. Just love rhubarbs!

  15. emma says:

    Thats a great little garden you’ve got there, it makes my sandy soil look quite sad.

  16. hearttypat says:

    your mother sure looks like she’s not a day older than 45!

  17. freckleface says:

    The garden looks amazing and your mum looks amazing. I think the Swedish air must have some special ingredients in it to make everything beautiful.

  18. Elisabeth says:

    hearttypat, you’re making my mother happy :)

  19. Sarah says:

    those pictures make my heart sing, they remind me of when we lived in the country. ahhh the days.

  20. i always love seeing images and hear stories about your wonderful summer house!
    (oh, and your mother looks really young!)

  21. WSAKE says:

    love love love your summerhouse!

  22. twiggs says:

    beautiful green land!! i would love to have such a place, even if tiny! i also have some things on my tiny balcony, but went away on vacations… and some did not resist to all the heat! :( yours will taste delicious, i bet! twiggs

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