***, originally uploaded by Annelogue. Everything happens for a reason. I counted my blessings, made a few resolutions, and then cracked open another bottle of champagne. I love falling into the loving embrace of all the wonderful surrounding people in my life! It allows me to see the beauty all around my everyday life and
***, originally uploaded by Annelogue. …said Buddah. Very true. I decided very early on after my father passed away in May that I wanted to stay in Copenhagen for Christmas this year. I thought that I would miss him less if I were in a setting in my life that he had not been part
***, originally uploaded by Annelogue. Milton Glaser’s essay “Ten Things I Have Learned” has a lot of good points to consider. One subtext that especially resonated with me was “Some people are toxic, avoid them”: “There was in the sixties a man named Fritz Perls who was a gestalt therapist. Gestalt therapy derives from art
*In*Summerhouse*, originally uploaded by Annelogue. Phew…I’ve spent the last two weekends in much needed slower-moving plots. Gradually bringing myself back to the atmospheric pressure of everyday life after my great road trip in the south west US. I have no idea where to start, telling about Burning Man and the rest of the road trip.
***, originally uploaded by Annelogue. It wasn’t until I sat strapped in my airplane seat at 25.000 feet that I could let go of all the stuff that I’ve been busy with at work and some other projects which had been constantly tugging at my sleeve for the last couple of months and focus on
Every summer I come back and nothing changes, but somehow everything is different., originally uploaded by Annelogue. I’ve entered the game at a new level. There is absolutely no way that I’ll be tipped over into such an astonishing emotional chaos as I was last summer ever again. I also think it’s absurd that it
*Forest*Berries*Smoothie*, originally uploaded by Annelogue. Ingredients: * 1 sunshine * 1 lot of happy party people * 1 music festival * 1 cute guy as sliced strawberries to taste * sprinkle with a feeling of freedom Method: Place all the ingredients in a summer blender. Blend on high speed until dizzy and incandescently happy. Yum.
***, originally uploaded by Annelogue. Your huge warm hands braided my hair, fixed my bike, offered me freshly picked strawberries and made me thousands of breakfasts. You made these hands work hard all your life. These hands never gave up in a struggle, you were stubborn, but had a kind and generous heart. You were