Weekend Teatime

10 11 2013 Goldsmithing

Our weekdays are usually very busy with barely time left to sit down and relax.

The more I look forward to the weekends - especially if we have no plans and are all at home.

We sleep in, read and play and have tea together.

Jette had time to check out my workshop and I quickly got the camera to capture a few rare moments...

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Enjoy your weekend,

Anette 


Friday Questions - Summer Good Bye

14 09 2012

1.) Nothing can happen to you in this outfit? A more than 10 years old linen strap dress - wore it this summer again! Only Jette meanwhile changed her beach outfit from Pampers to Roxy...

2.) Discovered ? A nine year old girl can never have too many cool bikinis...(in her opinion!)        3.) So pretty? Blue Hour

4.) Leafing through this weekend? Most likely!

5.) Planning something nice? Setting sail and then full speed ahead into fall...

And you?

Looking forward to autumn?

More answers always here

XOXO, Anette 


First Jump!!!

10 09 2012 Thinking About

Sorry - a bit blurred - but I had to share it because it was such a happy moment for my daughter Jette and I'm so glad I got to be there watching it - she had dreamed about trying out jumping for quite some time and finally it happened!

She was glowing afterwards and beaming pure joy out of her blue eyes.

It got me thinking... 

Wouldn't it be wonderful, if we - as adults - could still so openly and fully engaged embrace something new to us instead of often being just too worried?

Wouldn't it be great to expect - just as my daughter did - nothing else than a spectacular and awesome experience from an unfamiliar happening?

I know - we are not innocent anymore and of course we have many responsibilities which protect us from making impulsive decisions.

But I think, it could be totaly worth trying to loosen up a bit and seek some unusual projects.

Even scientist found out that your brain loves to experience "premiers" and they say, that this actually might be the only really working anti-aging agent for your body.

Interesting, right?

Did YOU try, eat, see, read, make, explore, ..., something totally new or unfamiliar to you recently?

Did it go well?

Is there something you really would like to try but it just hasn't happen yet?

I would love to hear about it!

XOXO, Anette