Wasn’t sure how to translate this (Dutch) but after some discussion with my heartmate and a gin and tonic, we came up with ‘free your mind’. Isn’t that a wonderful state of mind? Free your mind, full stop.
Just wanted to share this with you.
Here comes the weekend. Have a wonderful one!
Ah, Berlin. I think I’m going to move to this great city. What a wonderful week it has been. We spend hours in a cd store listening to music (bought this fab CD of the musical Ich war noch niemals in New York), ate the best Döner in town, went to a Gay Beach Party in the city centre, saw a great documentary in Kino International, spend three days strolling on flea markets and scored some pretty amazing vases. But the best part is perhaps that the weather was on our side and coloured the city even more beautiful then it already is.
We spoke to artist Bert van Wijk (great work by the way) who moved to Berlin after living several years in South America. “I could have gone back to the Netherlands, to Amsterdam, but after spending so many years abroad I figured it could be any city in Europe. Luckily I chose Berlin and haven’t regret it since.” I can’t blame him.
Have a happy middle of the week!
Whiteboxliving turns one today! The photoblog is still taking baby steps but what a wonderful year it has been. A big thanks to my loved ones for all the encouraging words, love and support! Also a thank you to my followers and viewers for liking or commenting. Wish I could share some blueberry pie with you guys, but I’m afraid Happy Labbit ate it all.
Again, thank you so much. Have a happy weekend!
Have an Egg-Cellent Easter!
It’s all about the details, someone wise once said. I have to agree. Looking at something up close followed by taking a step back can give a totally different meaning to what you see. Yes I know, it’s kinda obvious, but still. That’s why I probably immediately go for the complementary chocolate on my temporary pillow in a hotel where I’m staying instead of checking the entire room first.
Anyway… It’s not often I order a book online, because the number of pages you can look at are logically brought down to a few. But hey, sometimes you have to live dangerously. Don’t you agree?
I ordered the book: Detaljer Hemma (Details at home) by Annika Huett and Ulf Huett Nilsson. It turned out wonderfully: great book, great buy, nice details!
The couple explored Sweden from north to south and stopped at unique homes, peeking into room after room, and discovered that almost anything can be a fascinating detail. If you’re a bit of a nitpicker like I am this is the book for you. Come on, live dangerously and order some details!
Thanks for stopping by. Have a happy end of the week!