March 30, 2015

queen of colors


Since my last post, the mood hasn't changed terribly much. Things around here, are still a bit blurred and the weekend felt, like the silence before a storm. Last night, really late, the husband had been long asleep, while I found myself in the kitchen. All alone, a cup of tea in front of me. Suddenly the wind started. A strong blast it was, riding through the backyard. I love wind, am fascinated by storm, and so I couldn't resist, but to open the doors to our little patio. And holy Canneloni, what an enormous noise that was. Strong and irrestible it felt, even in the security of an old Berlin backyard. What it meant, time will probably tell.

Have a good week, stay safe and spread your wings.




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March 26, 2015

an unexpected dose of silence


You might have noticed; there has been no Queen of Colors this week, but a lot of silence. This wasn't planned at all, but I had taken over an epic translation job during the weekend. A job that glued me to the screen for 12 hours straight. For four days in a row; no walks in the woods, no painting, not even proper cooking. Thank you husband for taking care of all the other stuff. I am an expert on wind parks now. You'll never know, what this will be good for in the future.

Right when I was finished with my work, Tuesday came and with this, the horrible news from the French Alps arrived. I won't be going any deeper into the topic, as there has been so much said and written about it all over the place. Too much to take comfort in it. This story just came a little too close. My thoughts go out to every heart that is broken right now. And I wish for all the souls, who are suffering from this gigantic trauma, to be given enough peace, love and some decent privacy, to find their own way throughout this dark place.

Life is precious.That is what keeps coming back to mind constantly.





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March 17, 2015

queen of colors


The Queen of Colors has turned into a Queen of Flowers; I am still moved by all the good wishes, by  the wonderful people visiting and, by all those thoughtful presents. Thank you so much, everybody. I truly a had a great weekend. The Fishbowl is bursting from blossoms and from delicate branches, with even more delicate leaves. It will be interesting to watch them flourishing over the next days.

For now, I am wishing you a week full of pleasant surprises and some adventures on top. I will have to do a lot of research (still rather cryptic, I know) over the next days and, there are a good dose of studio hours planned as well. Spring is a fine time for new things.



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March 16, 2015

d.c. spring break or a very personal way to start off

Yesterday had been my birthday and like many years before, it doesn't only mark, me turning a year older, but it also feels like the real beginning of the new year. Maybe, because the first weeks in January and February are more of an introvert time, a time of thinking and sorting out what I wish for the upcoming months. I tend to sort out my desk, write a lot of things into my calendar and schedule the time ahead. And this will take exactly until Sping is actually just around the corner and is about to break through, with a lot of green and even more energy. And yesterday, that beginning has been especially good and exciting.Thank you for everyboday who came around, who called or has been writing me lovely notes. Life is good.

Spring Break is the theme of this week's drawing challenge, which is hosted by the talented Veronica Roth. Feel very welcome, to visit her Blog and find the links to the other participants over there too.

I will go there tomorrow and finish this wonderful weekend with another glass on the couch.Sweet dreams to you guys.



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