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I tend to forget, I am an AirBnB host. For about 7 years I welcomed guests to our home, always had people staying in our guestroom. Now for months it has been just the two of us, me and my … Continue reading
Staying in, I rearranged my shelf with inspirational stuff. This was before: The Shelf
After I stumbled upon the title – a clipping from an article in the VPRO tv-guide on the classic Casablanca, Rick’s Cafe Americain in particular – this series of photographs in my archive caught my eye. We are looking into … Continue reading
I made a sketch for a painting. Inspired by a frame from the charity shop. It held a discolored print of a painting by Pieter de Hooch, A Woman Peeling Apples. I want to make a little painting for the … Continue reading
Tonight I celebrated the 10 year anniversary of our renovation project together with two of the neighbors and we did the slideshow. The picture above is the space in the attic that is now my room. Where I am writing … Continue reading
I looked it up, how they put the taste of a forest on the other side of the world in a jelly. It’s gorgeous!
I love my home. Often before I go to sleep I think of how fortunate I am having this home. And yes I still feel it came to be in a wondrous way. My thoughts here.
My mother’s sewing machine, a wedding gift. I can’t believe I threw it out. My son made some beautiful pieces with it. Read about it in my post here