• A Week in Pictures #2

    I wish middle of the week finds you just as well my darlings!

    Mine has been far less eventful, apart from yesterday when the balcony of a tenant caught fire.  The street got blocked with not one, neither two but 4 firefighter cars; talk about exaggeration! There is no better way to observe firefighters bring down a fire with a gigantic ice-cream in your hand, trust me!


    One of my most loved activities on Saturdays is visiting the farmer’s market. I make it my goal to take a few pictures of the seasonal flowers. Aren’t those dahlias gorgeous?!


    This wooden oven, woke up so many good memories from my childhood. My mother used to own a similar one, it was used to warm up the house in winter as well as cook. Guys, there no comparison in taste to the food cooked on real fire. Writing about it even now, makes me very nostalgic and homesick.


    New shoes are in; I got this very cute pumps on Ebay, brand new for only 50€. If you are familiar with the brand Chie Mihara you would now that her shoes are, so so beautiful but at least for me, on pricey side. My brother calls them ”the Strumpheta shoes”, I love them!


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    Much love,




    1. August 10, 2016 / 10:19 am

      Such cheerful photos. They reminds me of summer so much. Thanks for sharing.

      TFM BLOG

      • August 10, 2016 / 10:29 am

        Glad you liked then Shannon! Thanks for passing by:)

    2. Jo
      August 10, 2016 / 12:08 pm

      I’m well, my darling! Sounds scary having a fire near you. At least you saved the ice cream.
      When I was little my grandmother had a stove like this one. Here they are known as a kitchen range. It heated the whole house, and cooked delicious cakes and rice puddings.
      Those dhalias are so pretty. All of mine are full of leaves, but no flowers.
      Jo xxx

      • August 10, 2016 / 12:12 pm

        Scary but entertaining as well Jo:) xxx

        • Jo
          August 10, 2016 / 1:39 pm

          I feel reasonably safe because I can see the fire station from my front gate. Only one fire engine though. X

      • August 10, 2016 / 3:27 pm

        Thanks so much girls! Love xxx

    3. August 11, 2016 / 7:57 am

      Cooking on real fire sounds just like home 🙂 …Feeling homesick myself now :-
      There was a fire near your place? I didnt know that. Fire can spread so fast. Glad your place was safe.
      Big hug!

      • August 11, 2016 / 9:30 pm

        Thanks so much love! I hope you are doing well xxx

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