Something strange happened to me yesterday.
I was out there, looking for chestnuts, like I usually do.
I just love to quietly stroll beneath the old trees, dry leaves rustling, the warm air smelling of fall, and me looking for those little, shiny, auburn marbles. Some kind of autumnal imperative, something that just needs to be done.
I woke up this morning, surprised to find that we’re on the brink of October. For me the world feels like October for at least three weeks now. Jay! I like this time of the year. I really do. Chestnuts and pumpkins, the last flowers, cobwebs and the light, oh the light so golden! I like the cold mornings turning into warm days, the constant smell of fog. Continue reading
Another part of my hallway flowerbed is finished.
Here it comes:
I built myself a geeky blackboard, advertising a fictional vintage brewery.
Now I just have to figure out what to do with it. Continue reading
It’s been awfully quiet here, maybe you noticed?
I’ve been busy organizing a wedding – not mine, please don’t ask.
A very dear friend of mine got wed last weekend and my role as the ‘Maid of Honor’ turned out to be quite time consuming.
But now I’m back and ready to update the blog.
This is a post about my books and why I love and want to keep them.
Also its about reading books twice, Or trice. Or … Continue reading
There’s a cat in my flat.
A folded origami cat.
A tesselated origami cat.
This cat. Continue reading
Everyday on my way to work I walk past a patch of paving. Just big enough to be a parking space. Just it isn’t. There’s a stretch of rope in front of it preventing any form of standing or staying on it. Continue reading