Monday, 16 March 2015

life, week 11


Keeping it real: grilled ham and cheese sandwiches for dinner. Twice this week.


Preparing for my first history class. First theme: the American revolution


afternoon spring light in the bathroom


Fuel for the evening work.


playground art


No pouring rain required an afternoon visit to the neighbourhood playground/kindergarten.


Yes!



idyll on the HSH campus


spring bling


the blue hour with fellow students at Stord


good morning, Stord // I had the alarm set for 8 am - bliss! But I woke up at 0655 am and couldn't sleep more. So typical! 


student life


idyll on the HSH campus, part two



The once-a-week-grocery-shopping-routine has started. So glad we did it together, because his bulk buying skills are so much more advanced than mine.


Such a shame to be working indoors in this gorgeous weather. But the best stress relief is to get the job done - no matter how the weather conditions are. Right?


We all love my mum's homemade bacalao - especially when accompanied by family visiting from the other side of the country. 



Sunday, before 8 am


Kudos to the church for providing entertainment for the three year old who found sitting still in her cousin's baptism a little challenging.


Bunad galore and big smiles in my nephew's baptism.

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Week 11: March 9-15

2 comments:

  1. Beautiful post and pictures. Always love photos in a bunad :)))
    Greetings from cloudy austria!

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  2. Hi Astrid! I love these posts, utterly impressed by the way you capture everyday things, light and moments. As a mom to be I'm wondering how to best capture and store memories of the first years of the little one. Did you make a dedicated photo book? with or without text? digital? any thoughts on the topic?

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