I thought I’d make one of these posts, mostly as a sort of reminder for myself, to have something to look back in years to come, to see how I life was when we were young-ish and poor-ish and care free-ish.
1. Jake came to see what on earth I was doing on the balcony, when I was taking pictures of my pumpkins. The balcony has the best light I’ve discovered. And I love those lights, best 15 Euros I’ve spent. They look super romantic in the evenings. I may have forced several people to admire them.
2. New cardigan. I love this. I went to find a hat and came home with this. No luck with the hat. It’s from H&M. I’ve been looking for tribal print cardigan for ages, but this was the first one I’ve seen and it’s perfect.
3. Weird selfie with pursed lips, that’s my concentrated face. I have no pictures of myself, because Jake doesn’t take pictures. Hence the selfie.
4. Pizza Sunday! Tuna, onion, shrimp and mozzarella for me. I always add some spinach and Greek dressing on top. Jake had pineapple, jalapenos, minced meat and pepperoni, I think.
5. New yarn, the best. I started a new project I hope to finish before Christmas or rather before December.
6. Lots of time spend on the sofa watching Jake play. I find these moments really nice. I crochet, he plays, both doing something we love, but still hanging out together. Side note, I really want to add some colour into the living room.
Not pictured: I started ballet this week. It’s for adults who have never before taken ballet lessons. I think it’s just wonderful these kind of courses are available. It was so nice. The teacher is a super sweet Russian ballerina and ballet seemed challenging, but not incomprehensible. I mean, in aerobics classes I’m always messing up and not able to follow, but here I could understand what I needed to do even if I couldn’t do it. Anyway, it was wonderful and I can’t wait for the next lesson. Tomorrow!