A pretty door seen on a bike ride home after lunch with friends
Let's see for how long I can manage to keep these alive......
Making some new notebooks for the shop
As a kid I used to hate trips to Ikea, I never could have imagined receiving
the new catalog would get me all excited now.
Salad with spinach, mozzarella, pesto, tomatoes and sunflowerseeds
Yummm, salade ziet er lekker uit! Heb hem gepind, eens kijken of ik hem binnenkort na kan maken!ReplyDelete
Erg moeilijk is het niet, het komt er vooral op neer dat je dingen koopt en die bij elkaar gooit. Zou voor jou geen probleem moeten zijn lijkt me!Delete
That salad looks delicious. I think I might need to make one tomorrow. Mozzarella....YUMYUMReplyDelete
p.s I love your notebooks :)ReplyDelete
Thank you! And isn't mozzarella just one of the best things?Delete
Love the pineapple notebooks! The salad looks nomnomnom!ReplyDelete
I think it would taste good with shrimps instead of mozzarella. Still can not believe that some people don't like cheese ;-)Delete
I love the door itself and the detailing around it!ReplyDelete
Your salad is making me hungry!
That door is so cool!ReplyDelete
I hope the plant will survive! :) And the salad looks very good!ReplyDelete
Love that door! What a beautiful and grand entrance. So subtle but grand at the same time! Salad looks yummy!ReplyDelete
Good luck on the plants. As long as you aren't me, they will be fine. I kill everything and I don't know how I do it.
I love all your photos! The door is beautiful!! Yummy salad :)ReplyDelete
Ah, I'm a plant killer, too! I wish I wasn't because they're so pretty. Good luck keeping them alive!ReplyDelete
Those flowers are gorgeous, good luck looking after them! I'm useless at keeping plants alive, which is a shame since i love them so much. I love your pineapple notebooks too :) xxReplyDelete
I love Ikea and that salad looks amazing, sweetie. xoxoReplyDelete
I get excited over Ikea catalogues too! Great source of inspiration.ReplyDelete
And your notebooks are cute, Marieken:)
We tried potted hydrangeas earlier in the summer and they started dying after a few weeks. So then we planted them in the ground and at first they just looked dead for a long time. I thought maybe they were past the point of recovery, but just a few weeks ago, new green leaves started sprouting like crazy. It's all very exciting. I guess the moral of that story is don't give up on things even when it looks pretty bad. :)ReplyDelete
marieken, i'm inspired with your door posts. i actually want to indulge myself in to it.ReplyDelete