I am feeling so much gratitude today and here is to my weekend heroes:
Dear Summer thank you for giving us a little preview this weekend.
Thank you for rising the temperature high enough to skip the tights, YAY.
Thank you work schedule that I happened to have this wonderful sunny weekend off.
Thank you Hackney City Farm for having so many tasty vegetarian options on your menu.
Thank you David for spending the whole weekend together and all the knuddeling time
Thank you Dimitra, for inviting us to Keith Farquar's great art show on Saturday night.
Thank you old Indian lady for the compliment and bonding experience due to our nose ring.
Thank you Cafe Gossip for really great coffees and amazing cake
Thank you hay-fever for disappearing and making me feel better by Sunday again
Thank you Louise Hay, for writing an inspiring book.
Thank you legs for being so strong on my run, even though it was an early start on Saturday.
Thank you Camera for once more capturing happy times.
Thank you The Flashdance for your awesome free playlist that made me dance in the morning.
Thank you phone for letting me play around and capturing video.
Thank you Mum for your cute text messages.
Thank you flat mates for awesome homemade brownies this week.
Thank you bed for being so comfortable each night.
Thank you for all the great work collaborations and make up projects, I love my job.
++++Our weekend: Picnic on Primrose Hill ///// Loads of sunshine //// Running along the canal
Gallery opening at the Hotel ----Vietnamese dinner-----
Visiting & Breakfasting the Hackney City Farm----coffees at Broadway Market----------
Chatting to the family and getting some good sleep++++++
Brain activitiy and a run
On Sunday we got up early and went running in the morning sun.
I am so proud, and it was great fun. It is really worth getting up early to exercise, I felt so good all day.
I can't wait for our next run now and will try my best to keeping it up.
Spring is here and I am so happy about every single sun ray right now.
After our bodies worked so hard, we saw Brain Activity, by David Shrigley at the Hayward Gallery.
It was very funny. There is constantly so much great art in London, much more than free days (sigh!)
Spending a day off together is the best treat of all, no matter what we are doing or not doing.
It always feels very special to me, thank you Dave, I love you.
A little spring walk
The other night I wasn't able to sleep at all, because of a silly flu.
David was feeling poorly too due to his recent business trips and long work hours but the mild sunny weather made us leave the house and we went for a little walk. It felt sooo good.
I saw the first cherry tree blossoms had some fresh coconut and we discovered so may new shops and cafes in our area.
I am very excited about this spring and hope it will be here very very soon.
And I am in love with all the new pastels, I have recently done this pastel make up shoot for Dashing Magazine, have a look here.
In Berlin part 2
It feels already so far away that little holiday of ours.
It was such a nice break. Berlin is so much slower and more laid-back than London.
Berlin is a great space for Inspiration and having lived there for many years it was fun to come and visit like a tourist.
Back to London it's typical madness caught us and we are somehow just running around.
The Visa Application is almost done and the excitement about the big move grows.