Sunday Brunch in our Backyard, 15th of October 2017

16 Oct

We had our brunch in that part of our backyard that looks a bit like we’re in the midst of the bush. There were six of us sitting down at the outside table. The younger people were busy preparing everything in the kitchen and then carrying it out. Caroline and Matthew had brought delicious food along from some of Sydney’s delicatessen shops as well as some Champagne. The food and drink was loved by all. Most of the pictures were taken by Caroline. 

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I looked up this post:

https://auntyuta.com/2016/03/12/utas-diary-two-weeks-before-easter-2016/

So in March 2016 I published this picture with some comments:

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I like to sit outside in the morning sun. This simple garden furniture from their porch/terrace in Waverly (Sydney), which C and M had painted themselves many years ago, they wanted to throw out. But I told them I love it. So it is now installed at the north side of our house. There are a lot of trees, but the morning sun gets through a bit, and we love to sit there with our morning tea.

The following I copied from something that I published at Easter 2016.

https://auntyuta.com/2016/03/28/utas-diary-easter-2016/

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Lucas looked around in our backyard and called it a “forest”. He loved running from the side gate on the south side of the house back to the table on the north side. He kept running, and running, and running with little Alexander always following him. That was after they had been looking for Easter eggs. Alexander was happy, when he found just one little egg. He did eat it straight away and let his big brother look for all the other eggs!

Our Granddaughter Natasha, the boys’ Aunty,  took some pictures of her Nephews while sitting at the table with them.

4 Responses to “Sunday Brunch in our Backyard, 15th of October 2017”

  1. auntyuta October 16, 2017 at 4:11 pm #

    – Lucas looked around in our backyard and called it a “forest”. – 🙂
    Well, this was some 18 months ago. But Lucas was right, and I think our backyard still has a bit of a forest or bush character, especially that part on the Northern side of the house.

  2. doesitevenmatter3 October 16, 2017 at 5:57 pm #

    It looks like a beautiful, peaceful respite-place to me! A wonderful setting to make loving, fun memories with family and friends!

    The spread of food and drink looks yummy!

    Maybe little Alexander thought, “One Easter Egg in the hand is better than two in the bush”. ??? 🙂 Especially of the egg is chocolate! 🙂

    HUGS!!! 🙂

    • auntyuta October 16, 2017 at 7:53 pm #

      Hi Carolyn, these days we do not sit often in that area where we had our brunch yesterday. Looking at the photos, I was reminded of the photos we took in March last year at Easter time with the two little great grandsons looking for Easter eggs. The kids loved to spend time out there. I was happy that yesterday everyone could have such a good time in that same area. It turned out to be a memorable family get together.
      Thank you so much for your comments, Carolyn. I just love to look at these pictures of these dear little boys that were taken in March 2016. In the meantime they have grown a lot, but they’re still very cute boys and I love them. Alexander turned 3 just a few weeks ago and Lucas turned 5 last July. It’s amazing how they change from babies to toddlers to young children in such a short time!! 🙂
      (HUGS!!!)
      Uta 🙂

      • doesitevenmatter3 October 17, 2017 at 7:48 am #

        Yes, they grow up too fast! (My young grandson will be five soon.) 🙂

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