Friday Photo Challenge – something good

I love these weekly challenges because it forces me to think about what’s in my photo archives and how I might re-purpose them. This challenge started giving me all sorts of ideas until I read Sandy’s post in full and realised it has to be something good within the last month.

So, here goes:-

1. Sport

No MotoGP but there’s been two virtual races dominated by the youngsters which were a bit of fun. Of course, I say this as someone who’s never, ever played a video game in her life.

2. The Domaine

I live in an apartment block set in 27 hectacres which most of the time I barely notice. However, given the strict lockdown in France, this is one place where I can freely wander. It’s been lovely getting to know the place I’ve lived for the past 15 years and I’ve particularly enjoyed seeing the flora change from day to day and meeting some of its feathered inhabitants.

3. Corona Cocktail

My beloved husband aka Officer in Charge of Drinks has invented a new cocktail which is frankly delicious.

Bruise a handful of basil leaves to which you add 1 measure of Limoncello, 1 measure of freshly squeezed organic lemon juice, 4 measures of Prosecco and some ice. Add some lemon zest and enjoy!

I’ve been busy cooking up a storm and building up a stock of recipes for “The Musette.”

If you’ve enjoyed this post, why not join in the fun? Follow the link above to Sandy’s site to read the rules. Friendly Friday

32 thoughts on “Friday Photo Challenge – something good

  1. Wonderful! Isn’t it nice to discover stuff right in front of you 🙂 You’re so lucky to have so much green space to explore and that Corona Cocktail is a perfect way to end the day. Nice.

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    1. I know! Kind of sad after we’ve lived here for 15 years. But you know what’s the best thing? We get to enoy it without doing any of the hard graft thanks to our team of gardeners.

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