I just received this photo via text message.
Dave is in Tokyo.
Liv is in Dalston.
It's only for a week. We bought a new suit.
Those of you who are following my my Be Blushless Blog as well,
might have heard already that I am job hunting in London and depending on how that goes the Australia trip (that is already fully booked! And I have my visa, and my bikini...) might need to be canceled.
The trip I was so over the moon about. I am still hoping for best.
After digesting the shock, I have been super productive.
Although I miss Dave already it's good right now that I have time to take care of myself, I am practicing yoga, eating good food, writing lists, I relax every evening and think and try to work things out.
The other night I watched Lost In Translation, which takes place in the exact same hotel Dave is staying at right now. So we have practically been there together ; )
Ah well I had Sushi for breakfast today...
Nothing in this world can take the place of persistence. Talent will not; nothing is more common than unsuccessful people with talent. Genius will not; unrewarded genius is almost a proverb. Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts. Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent. The slogan “press on” has solved and always will solve the problems of the human race. Calvin Coolidge
Yeah that's nothing to shout about I guess, it's still called honeymoon period and million miles away from stressful routine relationship.
Anyways: For almost constantly hanging out-working together-living in one room-situation we could at least crack a bottle of Prosecco open tonight.
This week has been a good one!
We planned the Australia holiday for January. And I can't stop saying how excited I am about this.
3 weeks!!!!! I have never been there, I haven't had any holiday in years, and I love hot climates.
I am looking forward to fresh fruit, tons of ice coffee, seeing Koalas and sleeping in.
I am excited about lying on the beach next to the rain forest for a whole week.
I am excited to discover the art and design scene in Melbourne, and being a proper sightseeing tourist in
Sydney. I am exciting to spent 3 weeks with Dave. To sleep in whenever I want.
About Yoga at the beach in the early morning, about new inspirations and loads of pictures to take.
I can't wait to feel the hot sun on my skin and let my brain melt in the boiling heat.
I am excited to meet the Davids huge family, that I just know via skype so far.
I am looking forward to feel the buzz of being on a 1 week family holiday.
I want seafood bbq's and time to read.
I am looking forward to the long time on the plane, because I just enjoy the atmosphere and timelessness of traveling.
this cool ladies blog project.
And we went Covent Garden vintage shopping and found me some great essential winter clothes and new shoes.
Dave "Your shoes are a joke."
Liv "Thanks, baby!"
Yeah, to be honest he was right.
They are my mums wedding shoes so they are just falling apart by now. Sadly.
I am prepared for the silly winter to come.
Summer is definitely gone. We are in hibernation mode.
= a happy 29th birthday x a big carrot cake from scratch and a cozy cubby house revival
It was Dave's birthday this week and we celebrated with a proper homemade cake from scratch.
We splept 2 cozy nights in the cubby house.
It was pouring down all day and night, so it was already brave that we made it to a nearby Vietnamese Restaurant, for a delicious dinner and a bottle of Prosecco and back home.
29, baby! That's the last one in your twenties.