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January

2011

Week 1 / 52

So much for having sworn never to participate in any project again! Sometime last year, I spotted something lovely on Nadines Blog. A summary or rather a weekly photo collage of every single day of the week. And because I liked it so much, I am doing it now too. 😀 Unexciting photos, just a snapshot taken at a random point during the day. I am not going for quality, massive lack of time for that, but rather for a photographic diary.

My week was nice and lazy. New Years Day was spent fighting off a huge Asthma Attack. A perfect way to start the New Year. 😕 The good that came out of it: it made me think BIG TIME. I realized that this is another sign of whoever is above, to change things. And as we enter the new New Year, candles will always be lit for the people and animals we have lost. ➡

On Sunday I started the first book of the year The House At Riverton. More on that tomorrow. It very awfully reminds me of the British Series House On Eaton Place, the similarities are getting ridiculous, I keep seeing the series actors while I read the book! 😮

Monday, I personalized my agenda for 2011. I made a bookmark, added Post Its, a book plate, to make it more cheerful. I might do more with it. Better photo here. It looks way better in real.

Tuesday, I randomly took a shot during my mailround. It was terrible cold and icy!

Wednesday, I finally tried my newly bought kitchen toy which in the future will be referred to as Mini Susi. I bought it on sale at Amazon and I love it to bits! Here I am making Pizza Dough with it. Whatever I made with it, turned out brilliant. I should have invested into it much sooner. It saves so much time! Until now I made it all with my hands. 😈

Thursday was a catholic holiday. We were invited at my cousins place. They bought themselves a gigantic television for Christmas. Perfect for them as they watch so much TV. Nice and relaxing afternoon with masses of cake and cookies plus tea.

Yesterday, my friend and I finally had time to celebrate Christmas. I got tickets for the Phantom of the Opera tour on the 25th. Exciting!

So much for the first week of the year. Please stay tuned. More coming soon, probably tomorrow. NEED TO STUDY NOW!



One Response to “Week 1 / 52”


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    Anu SWITZERLAND
    3:07 pm on January 10th, 2011

    Schöner Brauch mit den Kerzen zu Neujahr, das kannte ich auch noch nicht.

    Ich würde ja nie eine Mini Susi brauchen – ich glaube, sowas wollte ich nicht mal, wenn ich regelmässig kochen/backen würde *lach*

    Und sonst wünsche ich einfach gutes Gelingen bei allerlei Vorhaben 😉

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