Project 365 – Week 14

It was the first weekend in weeks that my husband I were able to spend together and at home- ahhhh – Loved it :-) And here are the photos of my past week.

Es war das erste Wochenende seit langem, dass mein Mann und ich mal wieder zusammen und zuhause verbringen konnten – ahhhh – soooo schön :-) Und hier nun die Fotos der vergangenen Woche.

*89/365*

I spent most of the evening editing photos from Denmark and NYC. It will pay out later I guess- LOL- when I actually find the photos I want to see and print.

*90/365*

No doubt – I’m getting older….mmmmmmpfhhhh

*91/365*

Buttercups are my favorite Spring Flowers- I got 50 for 7EUR – not bad :)

*92/365*

How fun – Christiane and Dina Wakley visited me at home and then we went out to eat at a Turkish place in the Neighborhood outside. It was a lot of fun!

*93/365*

Spring time is rhubarb time :-)

*94/365*

We had a wonderful saturday looking for a nice new table and some lamps for our kitchen and come along this awesome graffiti in a sidestreet – love the colors.

*95/365*

Rhubarb Pie- fresh out of the oven – can’t wait to try this new pie experiment of mine. Hope it is edible :)

Have a gorgeous weekend!!!!! Euch ein schönes Wochenende!!!!

  • christiane

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    es war klasse mit euch!! :D
    und ich liebe es, deine fotos anzuschauen!!

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  • Fienchen

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    Klasse Fotos ! Sehr genial finde ich das Graffitti – meine Tochter hatte heute lila/hellblau an *g* – die Farben haben was :o)
    Und hey – was soll denn das mit dem *älter* werden – man ist doch immer so alt, wie man sich fühlt, oder ? Du junges Küken ;o)

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  • Sylvia

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    Love your pics! Great pics, great visitors, great food. What else do you want?! :) :)

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  • mywiel

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    Hmmm, dieser Rhabarber-Kuchen sieht aber verdammt lecker aus *yummie*

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  • Denise

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    mmm…rhubarb! can’t wait until it’s ready here (not quite yet). The flowers are beautiful! And I have soooo many pictures from the last month yet to be printed!

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  • barbara

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    I LOVE ruhbarb too! YUM in my TUM!

    How much fun that Christiane and Dina came to visit you!

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  • Maj-Britt

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    Hach wat sieht dat wieder hyggelig aus … und Schnucki, denk´ dran, wie die Mädels in DK Dich eingeschätzt haben … Du junges Huhn … nu´ mach´ hier ma nicht so viel DRAMA !!!

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  • Michelle LaPoint Rydell

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    You look pretty young to me! Great photos! How fun that you got to spend time with Christiane and Dina!

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  • kerstin

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    Boah, wie gern ich jetzt ein, zwei Stückchen von diesen Kuchen hätte …

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  • Michelle

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    Wow, loved seeing your photos, as always. Wish I could have been visiting again. And you aren’t getting old! You’re just living. :D

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  • heather

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    It is true, just dip the tip of the rhubarb in sugar and crunch away.

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  • Sue Clarke

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    I used to love to eat the rhubarb fresh from the yard when I wa a little girl. And Nat, we are all getting older;)

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  • Teena

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    Wow, tolle Fotos! Buttercups sind auch meine Lieblingsfrühlingsblumen! Sooo schön! :D

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