Saturday, April 19, 2008

I Heart Tay

Just having a nice cup of tea and a sit down and watching a Spaced marathon.

Life is good.

13 comments:

Maddie Moon said...

Sounds like a perfect way to spend a Saturday afternoon. Those welsh cakes look yummy!

Maz@styletreaty said...

I tried chai tea today for the first time, this guy http://www.greensaffron.com/

sells it in the Limerick Market. It was really nice, if it's possible it was more comforting than regular tea. You should try it.

Yvonne said...

Maddie, they look gorgeous. I just polished off some chocolate digestives.

Maz, thanks for the link, that's a great site...the tea sounds perfect, and I know The Ours will love the spices!

jen said...

Love Spaced and the films those guys have done too :-) Always guaranteed to put us in a good mood. And a big cup of tea sounds like the perfect accompaniment. Best thing to do in this crappy weather!

Yvonne said...

Jen, I love their films, brilliant. I heard they're making a third one - it's a 'cornetto' trilogy!

Alix said...

Sounds fun, loved the web site you linked to and spaced is always brilliant.
We're having a BBQ making the most of the sun before the predicted thnder storm.

Yvonne said...

Alix so jealous of your BBQing, the weather is just awful here, very cold.

JJ said...

I love that website. I have the book too. Very funny. Of course, custard creams are the best dunking biscuit. No question.
JJx

Lane said...

They look like perfect Saturday afternoon cakes:-)

Loved that programme too:-)

Yvonne said...

JJ, that website is hillarious and I'd love the book, must look into getting it.

Lane, I'd watched bits and pieces of Spaced until recently. Watching them in sequence is great, and I love how Pegg and Stevenson co-wrote it - apparently every episode has to be aimed at male and female viewers equally. It's really great writing.

HelenMH said...

Aah, sounds blissful!

KAREN said...

Spaced is one of my all time favourite programmes! Love Simon Pegg.

Weather's not great here, so Teen Daughter and I are off to the cinema shortly. To see Step Up 2, of all things. I quite like 'dance' films so it will be fine. Probably...

Yvonne said...

Helen, it was.

Karen, hope Step Up 2 was ok, quite like dancing films too and I have a very high tolerance for rom-com/teeny films!