Molly Nilsson: I Hope You Die
Musée Mécanique: A Wish We Spoke
Movie: Memories of Matsuko
Live Music: Tim and Puma Mimi
Dear, sweet readers,
A little note from your humble hostess. I’m making more room for nonsense in my life.
As part of this, I’m going to experiment here a little bit more and not think and think and think before posting a photo and/or a drawing and/or a message.
Another thing that I’m going to do is shut down the comments. It’s not that I don’t appreciate your kind words, because I truly have appreciated each and every one of them. My intention is to get rid of the feeling of obligation to leave a comment when you stop by.
Let’s see what happens. Right. Here goes!
A while back, I mentioned a little place that I like to call Erika. Well, I’ve been spending more and more time with Erika and there’s been ink and there’s been graphite and there’s been gouache. We’re having a jolly good time really. I’m hoping to show you more some day soon.
For today, a nice little song by Woodpigeon I Live A Lot of Places
Happy weekend to all of you!
On Monday, my new working life will begin. Eeek! I think I’m a bit nervous.
In the meantime a few distractions:
A movie about love, to love, Robert Zimmermann wundert sich Ã¼ber die Liebe
Soundtrack by Element of Crime
Also been enjoying Lisen’s wonderful blog
Sunday afternoon, I escaped to Uto Kino for a movie. When I’m in a movie theater, it often feels like my life has been put on “pause” and sometimes that’s exactly the right feeling to have.
The movie: A Thousand Years of Good Prayers
Food was a main feature in the movie. At times it even made me hungry to watch them eat.
A fabulous food blog that is new to me: Smitten Kitchen
Soaking up just a little bit more of Portland before we fly away to ZÃ¼rich. One week now…