Thursday, 19 March 2009

Magical March: Day 19

The hot lunch date was super good. Recharged our love batts, remembering dates from long ago, ate a sandwich together, uninterrupted conversation. Ok there was not much conversation during lunch because these were big sandwiches. And delish too. But it was fun hanging out, in the big shiny city.
And we did manage to capture our first date in a long time on film. Or photo paper at least. Matt and I used to routinely seek out photo booths during our courtship days (I love the word courtship and try and weave it into as much conversation as possible) and have collected loads of strips of photos this way. So we snuck into a booth and captured ourselves. Dodgy photo of photos, but you get the drill, capiche?

And you asked for more of the doily delights, perhaps I can do daily doily delights (or not, how much doily can you bear?). You know I counted over 80 doilies in that choc box, so you know, it could keep me blogging a lot more.


this one's my favourite. if i were a bride over again (fear not Matt, just thinking if we did our wedding again), I'd be working this baby into my dress somehow. heavenly deeelight!

8 comments:

Cindy said...

I so think you should do a doily and courtship photo booth photo a day. Even more love and you get to use courtship even more. Glad to hear your date was good one!
I can't believe over 80, how do these little gems find their way to you - magical.

Daisigirl said...

It's great that you could get out and have a nice day like this! Love the doilies!b

Monique said...

Lunch dates are great for recharging the love energy. And your photos are gorgeous. You two are as pretty as those doilies.

Home Girl said...

yes more photobooth photos! i rekkon they would make a fab artpiece all together. i love this idea, think i mite steal it, so romantic, like runaway scallywags cutting school and making a momento of defiant love. sounds like a glorious lunch, you love birds make a v hot couple.

Taccolina said...

Oh, that lace! Maltese nonnas, stand back.

JustJess said...

I saw a quilt once made up of lots of doilys (doilies?) sewn together. Also love some of the tops made by Red Instead with doily appliqued on. So much you can do with them. PS That rude woman needs a talking too!

Megan: The Byron Life said...

You two look so lovely together. Yay for charging the love batts!!

flossy-p said...

Those doilies are SOOOO amazing!