Wow! That is great that it is Summer where you live. Were I live it is the end of Fall going into Winter.
Hehe, just read the comment left by Sasa on my blog and was curious to see your Summer post ! Enjoy the great weather ;)
Arrivo qui e adesso sono doppiamente invidiosa uno per la focaccia così ben riuscita e 2 per quel cielo azzurro ciauzzzzzz
Ti raggiungooooooooo...che bellezza quel cielo terso e quel pezzo di focaccia sembra un sole ^_*Baci ecara e buon fine settimana
devo convincermi a passare mezzo anno in un emisfero e mezzo nell'altro..Love summer... yeah!and sun dried tomatoes, too
In my America centered mind, I forgot for a minute that you were in New Zealand and was like "summer"? who does she think she is?!?! haha!
Sono così invidiosa della tua estate . . .e pensare che domani prevedono neve qui a Milano
Summer...wow your lucky...we are going into winter...boo. ha Your focaccia looks delish. I have really got to try my hand at making that. I think my husband would love it. Hope you are having a great holiday weekend. Oh, thank you so much for adding my blog to your blog roll!
Summer??qui nevica da stanotte!! invidia pura!
Uff...qui e` inverno invece!! Doppia estate per te quest'anno??!!! Io invidiosa ora!!!
I had to think twice about "cricket on the radio" but I eventually got it:-). We are having unseasonably cold weather for this time of year, so I'm a bit envious. I hope you have a great day and enjoying all that sunshine. Blessings...Mary
I love how you've held up the focaccia like golden sunshine. I am jealous of your sumemr, we hardly had a week to call seummer in Scotland and now its already winter. It is snowing here...bbrrrrrrrrrr
I feel almost guilty now, but it was a long winter in NZ, and morals are quite low with the earthquakes and mine, so Summer is a double blessing.Cricket? Mary, I think that only readers from the Commonwealth countries would immediately make the connection :-)