Wednesday, 7 September 2011

CARDAMOM COFFEE, MELODIES OF THE WIND



On a cloudy day. Feeling like it would already be an evening. A smile comes back from these greetings from Paris. Also the sunshine, if imagined enough. Outside the strong rushes of an autumn wind. Time to find some wool around.

Hot water boiling. Grinding cardamom seeds. A dash of cinnamon. Another one of vanilla. Coffee time. A very early one. Wondering how long I am able to keep those jars untouched. Till the next coffee time?

Oh, the weekend. A light(house) ship, beautiful melodies (a small moment to be back in the treasure island), guiding hands (while writing sms´s in street lights), the longest breakfast (feeling like abroad), walking, admiring houses and boats (especially the lighthouse one and another called Elvira Inga), a small food market, the deepest nap on the way back, in train. Sunshine at home.

Afternoon greetings.

19 comments:

  1. hot drink with a dash of spices :-9 <3

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  2. YUM...apricot, my favourite..I'm sure they wouldn't stay closed for very long here!
    Your work is beautiful...
    Can I join you for a chai coffee?

    :-) Happy Sunshine days!
    Char.x

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  3. yummi :)
    ur print was waiting for me outside of my parents frontdoor today. such a nice surprise. it arrived so very quickly. thank you, it's beautiful!

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  4. i love this design very much :)
    where can you find the lovely melodies?

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  5. sometimes i just want to shout via a comment about how much i just enjoyed the journey you take me on through your words.

    and cardamom coffee is one of me and andrew's favorite treats.

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  6. lovely illustrations, and your coffee sounds delicious!

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  7. Relaxing music, great illustrations and such a lovely message inside the most beautiful card! Thank you, dear Anna Emilia!

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  8. I love everything you do. This is no exception. Beautiful!

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  9. nice. i still have some cardamom coffee from israel. i'll make one now and add some vanilla!

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  10. Beautiful. I read this as I sit with the rain against my windowpane. Autumn creeps in here too.

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  11. (:

    Thank you so much dear Everyone.

    Dear Millie, it was still available at least last week at the online shop of Sessun at sessun.com (:

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  12. i love coffe time too.
    beautiful blog! :)

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  13. i love these jam pots!! where did u get them from?
    love
    gini

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  14. Dear Gini,

    French label Sessun, from their spring exhibition (:

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