December 6, 2019

the week through the lens

it has been on the back burner, i have not been taking a lot of photos for a while now, and that should change. every time, it touches me in a special way, as i wander and have the camera ready be it in the kitchen, or living room, or the garden... this enables me to see with new eyes and i like it.
we will see if it sticks, it is a start to a new friday review of what caught my eye. there is to be said, that i was inspired by erin boyle and her blog "reading my tea leaves". she does a wonderful job and it is so inspirational to have a look at her photos...


:: 1. on the first of Advent were reminded to be hopeful

:: 2. the christmas musical is coming together 58 kids and some more teenagers and adults.

:: 3. one evening, Joel was out with the camera...


:: 4. this years advents decoration, it's all about waiting, very plain and straight forward, no fancy or
       bling is distracting us.

:: 5. lot's of tea this one from a little happy monkey

November 29, 2019

the week through the lens

it has been on the back burner, i have not been taking a lot of photos for a while now, and that should change. every time, it touches me in a special way, as i wander and have the camera ready be it in the kitchen, or living room, or the garden... this enables me to see with new eyes and i like it.
we will see if it sticks, it is a start to a new friday review of what caught my eye. there is to be said, that i was inspired by erin boyle and her blog "reading my tea leaves". she does a wonderful job and it is so inspirational to have a look at her photos...

:: 1. the lovely stars, of the days before christmas

:: 2. the hazel still has it's yellow leafs

:: 3. making chocolate cookies "myrta's", a lot of fun in rolling them!

:: 4. a morning moon

:: 5. i got an advents calendar from a dear friend, how wonderful, so many surprises. thank you R

November 22, 2019

the week through the lens

it has been on the back burner, i have not been taking a lot of photos for a while now, and that should change. every time, it touches me in a special way, as i wander and have the camera ready be it in the kitchen, or living room, or the garden... this enables me to see with new eyes and i like it.
we will see if it sticks, it is a start to a new friday review of what caught my eye. there is to be said, that i was inspired by erin boyle and her blog "reading my tea leaves". she does a wonderful job and it is so inspirational to have a look at her photos...

:: 1. finally i got to winterize the geranium boxes... taking them from the balkony, cutting the plants
       and digging out all the grubs, so the plants can "go dormant" and find new strength next spring.

:: 2. we got new doors!

:: 3. i love the sight, with all the leafs fallen

:: 4. and the red rose hips calling for attention

:: 5. a stunning order for everything you need!