For those of you who live in Germany: A last minute xmas present gift - Wrist Worms! Order before early monday morning and I'll ship them to you on the very same day. You find them here.
Shop will be open during the holidays, but between December 22 - December 30 I'm taking time off from shipping items to enjoy a week of holiday celebrations :)
Thank you so much for your support this year, it's been so much fun making and sending you your pairs! See you soon! x
December 12, 2006: One of my favourite signs in Gothenburg.
December 12, 2007: Johan had dark hair for a couple of weeks, afterwards I shaved off all his hair.
December 12, 2008: Tea :)
December 12, 2009: On one of my walks I met this cutie pie.
December 12, 2010: Snow snow snow and I was busy preparing to move to Germany.
December 12, 2011: Hanging out with friends, Johan's hair was so long!
December 12, 2012: On a walk in Kreuzberg.
December 12, 2013: That Merry Christmas thing is always decorating my studio, it's too beautiful to only show up one month a year.
December 12, 2014: Today in my studio, working on Wrist Worms and looking forward to a few days off to celebrate my birthday and take long walks with Johan.
Happy weekend! x
Thank you so much for sending me your pictures of your Wrist Worms! Made me so happy to see :)
Two posts with lots of pictures from 2011:
You, Thank You I
You, Thank You II
The copyright of these photos belongs to each photographer, please don't use the pictures without their permission.
Beginning of November is always so painfully beautiful. I would say it's my favourite month as it's so brutal. All colourful at the start and then grey as a thunderstorm at the end. Contrasts, changes - what keep me going.
Where I blog + me and Johan :*
Berlin tiles and lunch at Baraka, maybe the last one we had outdoors this season.
We celebrated the fall of the wall on November 9.
November is the month I work most of the time. Had lunch at this restaurant, but got a food poisoning so I won't say which one it is.
Bang! Carpet of leaves. And bibimbap, great winter food.
Johan showing his favourite pair of Wrist Worms (there are so many more large size ones now). In November I got sick and played Donkey Kong II, a present from my parents when I was about 7-8 years old.
Getting in a holiday mood + passing on my sickness to Johan as well.
Luckily we didn't get any fever so we had good appetite and ordered in sushi. I worked quite a lot and that helped me recover quicker.
That first coffee when you're feeling better again...! And getting breakfast with a message (Liebe = Love)...!
November, you were good to me. I think I've never spent so much time at home since I moved to Berlin (city of parties and long walks) :)