scenes from my weekend.

{brunch at toast with a girlfriend (go and get the cranberry cream cheese stuffed french toast. you won’t regret it)}
{accidentally stumbling upon woofstock at the st. lawrence market as we picked up groceries for a dinner party on saturday. some dogs were wearing little hats and tutus, others had their very own strollers or were strapped to their owners chests papoose-style (ridiculous but also very entertaining)}

{unlimited amounts of fresh ontario strawberries at the farmers market}{fresh berries for breakfast on the balcony (we’re getting so much use of our new patio set)}
{the beginning of what will eventually lead to a mini herb/flower garden}

I’m feeling under the weather today and am currently wrapped in blankets, tea in hand, price is right on the television (the young and the restless is next. the best part of a sick day: cheesy soap operas). So here is an abbreviated version of a wonderfully relaxing weekend.

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12 Responses to “scenes from my weekend.”
  1. Shabna says:

    The photos are beautiful! Hope you feel better <3

  2. shinypigeon says:

    Gorgeous piccies. Feel better! xxx

  3. lovely!

    “cranberry cream cheese stuffed french toast” oh my!!! what a way to start the day.

  4. Michie says:

    Have you ever tried Moroco Chocolat? They do a lovely afternoon tea!

    • Jacquelyn says:

      I haven’t been for tea but I went for brunch now! It was delicious but the service was terrible (and way too snooty for my liking). I’ll maybe have to give them another try for the sake of the tea!

  5. Ashley says:

    Yum the french toast sounds wonderful! Hope you’re feeling better!

  6. Caroline says:

    These pictures are all lovely. I especially love the one of the dog. What a cutie.

  7. Shelley says:

    I have truely just stumbled on your blog, via another blog, via pintrest. I saved the cookie recipe and then discovered – you’re from Toronto, from the east end even. Do you have a list of other Torontonian bloggers. We have such a great city and it’s always fun to read about our own streets.
    We stayed away from woofstock this year as my sister lost her Nikki this past winter and is letting her grief settle before she thinks about adopting another canine companion.
    Thanks for your blog.

    • Jacquelyn says:

      Hey Shelley! So glad you stopped by. I have a few toronto blogs that I follow that are great. Try fieldguided, the marion house book, and heaven and haven should get you started!

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