Monthly Archives: April 2014

Beautiful spring – Embrace the Cycle

  I am continuously amazed by the beauty of our spring this year. The glorious days filled with sunshine, the multitude of flowers that greet me every time I look out the window, the beginnings of growing vegetables, the butterflies … Continue reading

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Play with Color

When I first started to knit, I was very interested in making garments and accessories. I made many hats, pairs of socks, shawls and cardigans. It was fun, but my success rate was not very high. I have a lot … Continue reading

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Treasure this Day

Some days I feel as if I am beyond tired. Weighed down by an invisible weight, that makes every movement seem like I am climbing Mont Blanc. On those days I am not sure how to make it through the … Continue reading

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Granny Squares Experiment

Back in the summer of 2010 I started a crochet granny square blanket. I had seen a lot of granny square blankets that I admired and I started one myself. I decided to make it from yarn I already had … Continue reading

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Garlic Toast

I did not invent garlic toast, you can find a lot of ways how to do it on the internet already. I wanted to record my way of doing it for myself and show you how easy it is to … Continue reading

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Connection

Three weeks ago today I attended the wedding of a cousin I had not seen for a long time. My dad had been asked to be the photographer and I came along as his assistant. I had looked forward to … Continue reading

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Kitchen: Butternut Squash Soup

My love affair with soup continues. Last week I made butternut squash soup using the recipe in this blog post. I made the soup as written. I found that my squash needed more time in the oven to get sufficiently … Continue reading

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