They are lovely people, except Mr Grand Cru is a fiercely competitive Scrabble player, and we played quite a few games of multilingual scrabble, which was great because some things are spelt just far enough off the English spelling that we could use up some odd letters - and Mr Golightly's crowning glory, was zero, which he managed to get in the bottom left hand corner of the scrabble board, which is, of course, a triple word score. Ten for z, 1 for e, 1 for r, 1 for o, 39 points, thank you very much.
I took a few pictures:
And we drank lots of great wine in good company:
And the weather was perfect:
I discussed upholstery options with Kaz, who has a small bench she wants to reupholster in this:
which I've had sitting in the 'Home Dec' box since April 2009, just waiting for the right project...
We bought some gorgeous quilt backing (108"/274cm wide) From Busy Needles, in Singleton, to make new dressing gowns for me, Kaz & Az and although I had already bought a pattern from Folkwear, we popped into Spotlight & picked up something a bit less... fiddly? Ornate? I should be able to get started on these after Wednesday, but I did wash the material tonight, which was a smart move considering how much blue dye came out in the water... I may even wash them again once they're dry, just to make sure it all comes out in the wash. Sorry, couldn't help myself.
And we won the cricket, so it was one of those weekends which are all good, but now, Gentle Readers, I am knackered, so it's goodnight from me, and Ciao! from him.