December 3

My mothers nisser

Christmas ornaments from the old box in the WordPress cellar.

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December 2

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It might sound a bit strange, but one need clay to improve the Christmas Spirit. I guess December is the best month for selling clay.

December 1

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December and 24 busy days ahead. I was in perfect time when it comes to having cookies ready for guests coming this month, but that showed to be a bad disposition…

Fall is back

autumn tarding

Fall is back and I am back.
After having searched for my log on information for a long time, since WordPress apparently had given up every hope on further posts from my side, and locked me out. Or perhaps the locking out was caused by my old computer, which also sometimes choose to close everything, when the expectations and the ability doesn´t match together – just like we older people do now and then, when we realize that there is a black hole where there ought to be a codes and other important information.

We might have something in common, the computer and me, but when it comes to solving problems by having a nice cup of coffee, we are definitely opposites. Or… it might of course be a sure way to get a new updated computer. I´ll consider that.

Caramel in Cellophane

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…only the cellophane is left, but it does a good job, brightening up everything. We used to play with these papers as kids, feels like centuries before now days overload of modern camera filters. So much fun with just a little piece of cellophane back then. Luckily only time has changed, the cellophane has not.

Tiny view of the garden

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Colorful May

Tarding colorful may

After an unusual long winter, comes – of course – an unusual warm month. May hasn’t been that warm, in Denmark, for more than 100 years. Unusual is the new usual.

Easter

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Narcissus pseudonarcissus, – in Danish called “Easter lily”. Some of the first flowers to find at spring in shops and gardens, and often used as a little gift for the host, when attending a traditional Easter lunch.

Spring

a kind of spring