Monday, September 6, 2010

at my house...

...a mad start to the week after being away for the weekend.  So this morning, hubby was off to catch the train to Melbourne at 5.30am & as the cupboards were bare & inspiration was lacking in the food department, the boys and I headed off to an impromptu breaky at the Dunes before school...
they couldn't believe their luck, & I was just happy for coffee & the peaceful view.

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9 comments:

  1. How gorgeous!
    I love how a little change in the routine feels like a holiday.
    Have a fun week.

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  2. How lovely to go out for breakfast!
    And that view looks fabulous!!

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  3. You are so organised! Even without food in the pantry I couldn't get us to the Dunes and fed before school.... Hope you had a great weekend away.

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  4. Sounds like a lovely morning!
    And the view, with coffee and kids, divine.

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  5. Perfect! The dunes has such a great lookout and to be pampered so early in the day with breakfast and coffee out sounds wonderful - especially on a weekday with before school. Great work.

    Thanks for joining in again this week. Lou.

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  6. Oooh a breakfast out before school with a view like that......absolutely PERFECT!
    What a fab way to start the week!
    xo

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  7. that is a gorgeous view for breakfast.

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  8. Sounds like bliss Mel! Lucky you to be so near the beach to be able to do that.
    We're fairly close too, but nowhere nice that's close enough without a drive to get there, and I think we're a lot more populated here than where you are by the looks of it. Fabulous view! x

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  9. Fabulous view. And that's exactly the order of the day: in an unheard of sort of fashion I HAVE FORGOTTEN MORNING CAFFEINE...

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