Kornelius keeps me up all night at the moment. I neeeeed some sleep. Zzzzzz….
It would probably be much easier (and cheaper) to buy something new than it is to restore this old circus-caravan. -But with guarantee not as fun. Preparations for Spring is full on!
Michael and I are spending all our time outside. Wood for the circus-project has been oiled and is ready for paint. The trees and bushes surrounding the entire garden has been cut of and the tiles on the ground in front of the house has been removed.
My miniature-addiction has gone out of control. I need to stop visiting fleamarkets all the time. It’s a really good thing I have a daughter to take the edge of the craziness…
Ps: If you wonder about the look of the surroundings Michael is about to put tiles on the wall and table in my workplace.
Like so many times before: cinnamon cakes. Michaels mom (Grandma Jonna) on pic. 3. And some circus-business preparations. Happy Sunday out there.
The garden of the beach house now contains: a pear tree, a walnut tree, a cherry tree, two apple trees, a magnolia tree and two types of grape.
Doesn’t look like much yet. But I can’t think of anything more satisfying than looking at trees grow while waiting for homegrown fruit… Some day.
…I am a birthday girl for a liiiiiitle bit longer! Look what Michael gave me this morning.
A board of numbers from a local country school and a doctors-office lamp from the 50′ties.
Vilja loves Cinderella. I miss her when she is not here. She is at Anders place this week.
I made a flower-printed skirt for her today and framed her a picture. It’s the front page of an old sticker-collecting book.
Ahhh SPRING! I found those beautiful spring flowers under piles of old leaves in the garden today. We are busy preparing for spring at the moment.
I am restoring this old kitchen cabinet. It’s suppose to go on the blue-tile-bathroom of the beach house. Last picture is a curtain to go behind the windows of the cabinet (hide away the mess strategy)…