The days when we can relax, sleep as mush as we want, do whatever we want and eat what we want are called weekend!We had a great last weekend of November. I shall confess that I don't pamper my D with loads of delicious cooking, but I try to, at least when I have mood. Yesterday evening we had some chicken prepared in an electric oven. It was tasty and the curd marinate was great!
Today is a special day for me as it is my Dad's birthday, so I baked this apple pie. My Mum likes to cook it and obviously, I got the recipe from her. Happy Birthday, Dad! :) I love you and miss you a lot!
A Sunday morning was fruitful, literally. My husband noticed some citruses hanging on the tree, they were ripened and so tempting... he plugged them with a special metal stick with a wire hook and did as especially for photo shoot - with few leaves attached :) I couldn't resist taking the photos!There was one more... We tried one - it was so sweet and smelled fantastic! Wish I could share with you.
Feeling a little bored at home, we went to the city's carnival which takes place every year. There are many things to see, to taste, however none of the events in the city is complete without the large number of people and for me this makes it a little not that enjoyable. Me and my D were surprised to see a performance by Polish society on the stage. The young boys and girls were dancing polka in traditional Polish costumes. It was amazing to see this in India :) Among the things which took our attention was this model of Punjab village's house, which represents women at daily work like spinning, cooking etc. A very nice view, isn't it?
Just to make the weekend post even more diverse - the picture of one of the carts (actually, rickshaws) in Christmas theme! Jingle bells...:)
Later, after visiting carnival, we went to check out some store an stumbled upon a nice cozy cafe, where we had some coffee and then went back home.
We and my parents-in-law congratulated my Dad again in Skype by lifting up a glass of wine, he was touched...
I am simply grateful to have spent such time with my D today...
Have a great week ahead and let's see what the first weekend of December brings us!P.S. I am giving a link to the Linda's Snowflake Potholder Ravelry Pattern here. You shall really give it a try :)