March Favourites

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As I write this the rain is coming down so hard it is drowning out all sound and thought. The air smells of earth and wet. It’s been raining for the past two days. Grey skies, clouds piled on top of one another bruised purple at the edges. Heavy rain, coming straight down, turning gutters into running rivers and parks into ponds. It’s still warm though, humid and languid, just the slightest hint of a cool breeze in the evening. The best kind of weather for baking, for reading, for cuddling in bed with your family, for after dinner snacks, for early nights, for splashing in puddles.

Enjoy!
Sarah x

March Favourites

– “You brought along new light to live in / as well as read with…” from one of my favourite poems, by one of my favourite poets

– This debut album from my talented friend’s latest project, including the beautiful song/clip Grow Lonely

– “Water and air, the two essential fluids on which all life depends, have become global garbage cans.” Some chilling pics…

– Hoping she gets well soon, one of my favourite Joni Mitchell songs

– I wanna eat these for breakfast. RIGHT. NOW.

– One bowl or many bowls, give me tiramisu any day of the week

– Who doesn’t love dumplings?!

– I know I’ve already got one brekky roll on this list, but who can resist black sesame combined with goats milk

– Such colour. Much pretty.

Chocolate and peanut butter and sprinkles. Oh my.

Who is South America’s most loveable leftist leader?

– The enigmatic and wonderful Frida Kahlo, in black & white

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Sarah

Writer | Reader | Blogger | Mother | Feminist | Traveller | Cook

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