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This morning, I woke before anyone in the house and made a simple batch of scones with jam.

With sticky fingers and a cup of warm coffee, it was the perfect start to the week.

Happy Monday to all of you!

(Thanks for giving me the tasty idea, Gaby!)

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  1. Oh those look so good! I love waking up before Mike and Chloe, having that alone time to enjoy a cup of coffee is such a perfect start to a day!

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  2. Lovely. warm scones and coffee sound like the perfect start.
    I'm really enjoying reading your blog at the moment, I wanted to comment about harvest but I couldn't work out how to write what I felt
    http://ahandfulofhope.blogspot.co.uk/

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  3. Oh my gosh, I love these pictures!! Makes me want to go hang out at your house!

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  4. so lovely. what a perfect monday morn!

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  5. I'm gonna be real jealous, if you have a butcher block counter!

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  6. What a gorgeous start to the day both visually and taste wise too! Something warm and home made always hits the spot. Hope your day is a lovely one.
    Steph :) x

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  7. I love time alone in the kitchen in the wee hours...love love love the photographs. Do you edit your pics much? They always look so clear and crisp...x

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  8. Blimey you're impressive. Baking scones first thing! I just about manage to make coffee.

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  9. lovely pictures!
    and those pilot pens are my favorite :)

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  10. Glad I could help! Nothing better than starting the morning with warm scones.

    p.s. don't know why I wasn't following your awesome blog before, but I am now! Your photos are amazing x

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  11. wow, im so excited i found your blog!
    im swooning over your photography skills!!

    xo the egg out west.

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  12. You are such a story teller with your lens.
    Also, I barely manage to make toast in the mornings, so am in awe that you baked scones!
    Ronnie xo

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  13. how is the recipe? I saw Gaby posted it, is it easy enough hon?!

    xo love the pics :)

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  14. Mornings like this are so wonderfully peaceful. After your busy Summer, I'm excited to see you are able to have some quiet moments to yourself - baking for the family in the quiet of the morning sure sounds lovely.

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  15. your photos are glorious. what a beautiful start to the day. xo

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