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Monthly Archives: July 2012

Have you noticed that I’m fascinated with time (and the concept of time travel)? If you have not – I am (and if you have – I still am)! I don’t seem to be the only one who’s thought a bit about this: here’s my collection of witticisms about time. Continue reading

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Not sure to which punch I’m gonna bead/t the devil, and whether I’d really want to try (sounds like risky business), but this little fella dancing through his own little hellfire-ish heaven, is really rather charming and cute than scary!… Continue reading


Summer = three months-long lethargy due to instant sweat attacks upon the smallest exertion.

The only things to actually do during these months are swimming in cool water and eating ice cream. However, for some reason the powers that be have managed to make these two things all but mutually exclusive. Continue reading

My bathroom smells like breakfast at Starbucks. So does my hair.

You guessed it – I tested homemade honey egg shampoo for the third time.

Let’s recap. Continue reading

The other day, I stumbled upon this recipe, on the PeTA-website of all places. I am less… um… enthusiastic about being a vegetarian than the people at PeTA, but I found the idea of vegetarian buffalo chicken wings very intriguing. And since Hubby does eat meat but won’t turn up his nose at vegetarian alternatives (on the contrary, really), I thought that putting this recipe to the test in a side-by-side tasting would be fun. Continue reading

I was flipping through my quote journal when I noticed a recurring theme, popping up all over the place, on every second page or so. A topic close to almost everyone’s heart (in the best sense of the expression). Continue reading

Ok, look. I’m not going to tell you what to do, but if you get the chance – go visit Arches National Park!

The NPs are all beautiful, no doubt (at least the ones I’ve seen so far), but in terms of the awe it inspires and its pure how-can-it-be-ness, Arches is something else.

Here, let me show you. Continue reading

That beautiful lemon curd I made the other day had so far mainly been spread onto English Muffins and waffles for breakfast.

Yesterday night I wanted something a little more sophisticated and dessert-like. The sophistication is detectable in the finished dish in terms of its cultivated look and superior taste only, because it’s a real breeze to make. Continue reading

Look what I made! Continue reading