Monthly Review March 2018

Soo many plans for March, but only a few sunny days to put them into action. Including this years‘ first hiking tour through Saxon Switzerland. Also having a cup of hot tea right on top of the mountain as my hiking company was well-prepared carrying a camping cooker with him in his backpack. And of course, my mustard pullover and I just had to take some pictures in front of this breathtakingly beautiful landscape. The result obviously showing a little The Lion King Moment. I guess, I need to come back here in a few years again, just to hold up my firstborn to the crowd of wild animals, the woods and the sky, so he or she can be seen and welcomed by the earth and every living being properly. Haha.

When it comes to last months‘ posts I kinda need to confess, that it was basically all about sentimentalism lately. Imagine is about love and somehow it isn’t. Second i posted some new poetry and of course, I keep on the handwritten stuff. For April there are a few new posts in the making right now. I’m planning on publishing a new photography update, since the last one has been quite a while ago now. Moreover I experienced a new weakness when it comes to dungarees, haha, looking soo cute, so I decided to shoot one or two outfits soon and put it in a post for you on here as well. The last dungaree I bought was a blush rose one, which I fell in love with immediately. Haha. This blog post is deinitely on my agenda. 

So being asked to give a summary for this past month? It’s been good. Very good. Just love what vitamin D does to me and I can’t wait to make this spring memorable for myself, taking as much pictures as I can and twirling around in my dresses as much as I can. Wish you guys all a wonderful and happy Easter and a great start into this new month. 🙂


Viel zu viele Pläne im März. Und einige wenige Sonnentage, die wie gemacht dafür waren, um herumzutoben. Eine erste größere Wandertour. Eine Tasse heißen Tee auf dem höchsten Felsen, den wir an diesem Tag finden und erklimmen konnten. Dem Campingkocher und meiner Wanderbegleitung sei Dank. So gut bin ich selbst tatsächlich noch nicht ausgerüstet. Und selbstverständlich wollten mein senfgelber Kuschelpulli und ich noch ein paar Erinnerungen vor dieser tollen Kulisse festhalten. Ein König der Löwen Moment. Und in einigen Jahren komme ich dann wieder hierher und halte mein Erstgeborenes in die Luft. Haha.

Die Beiträge im vergangenem Monat, allesamt aus der Kategorie Gefühlsduselei, zum einen Imagine, ein Beitrag über die Liebe. Und irgendwie auch nicht. Zum anderen, ein Poetry Post, in der angepriesen, handschriftlichen Form, selbstverständlich. 🙂 Im April wird’s dann wieder bisschen mehr zur Sache gehen hier. Es wird in jedem Fall ein Photography Update geben, das steht fest. Zudem habe ich wohl in den vergangenen Wochen einen neuen Faible für (Jeans-)Latzkleider und dergleichen entwickelt und beschlossen, dass ich unbedingt ein oder zwei Outfits shooten und einen kleinen Post dazu machen möchte. Ich sag’s euch, ich steh gerade total auf Hosenträger. Haha. Meine neueste Errungenschaft ist im Übrigen rosa, war auch irgendwie klar. Aber Geduld Freunde, hierzu später mehr. 🙂

Wie dem auch sei. Latzkleid-Love und viele kindlich ungehaltene Momente im März. Ein Feuerwerk der guten Laune und der unqualifizierten Kommentare. Und Achtung Gedicht: Hihi, I guess it’s vitamin D, doing this to me. Also hallo Frühling. Es wird nun wieder Zeit, die Kamera zu schwingen und Bilder zu machen. Auf einsamen Straßen in weißen Kleidern umher zu wirbeln und irgendetwas anzustellen. Viel zu viele Pläne Part II. Auf geht’s. Hallo April. 🙂

 

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Monthly Review January 2018

Few things gone well in January. A lot of gone really bad though. And I’m not going to make it sound any better than this, because that’s simply the truth. That things are not okay at times. And that it is okay to be not okay. To sit down sorrowfully, switching melancholically from bed to couch and couch to bed, laughing at times, then crying again. Continue reading „Monthly Review January 2018“

Review 2017

Still I found no answer why always feeling so melancholy at the end of a year, but it’s simply a matter of fact, that this is not going to get any better when reminiscing and trying to write on a recap. So 2017, let’s get control of this nostalgia and get things started. Continue reading „Review 2017“

Monthly Review November 2017

It somehow feels like I actually cannot get more than a four-liner together at the moment. It feels like spending hours and hours staring at a blank white document while actually trying really hard to write down the thoughts, that have been rushing through my head like all day long before, but whenever I try, for no explainable reason, I fail. Continue reading „Monthly Review November 2017“

Monthly Review October 2017

Havana-ohh-na-nah. Half of my heart is in Havana-ohh-na-nah. This is what you hear me singing. Me. The pale girl not looking like she’s ever seen a tiny bit of sun before, but nevertheless, of course, feeling full Cuban vibes and temper while singing along to the song on the radio with full mouth, because I’m having a cheese sandwich the same time as well. Continue reading „Monthly Review October 2017“

Monthly Review July 2017

Granted, I’ve been a lazy bum in July, but who could’ve known what’s going to happen within such a brief span. Incredible things. Things that really were too magical to be true. And while all this was happening and the rain was pouring down the window, giving this calm sound I love to fall asleep to, who would have switched on the notebook or would have scrolled though instagram. I didn’t. As I see true happiness in a million other things. Continue reading „Monthly Review July 2017“

Monthly Review June 2017

If someone asked me about the past month, I’d definitely answer that it felt quite a bit different. Or maybe it was just me who was different, at least at times. Someway same same but different and surely a little bit of I don’t care if you don’t mind. Believe me or not, I highly enjoyed those moments I didn’t care about tomorrow, when I was just in the right place at the right time, living the moment, knowing it will be this one or no one, so I chose to keep up with this moment instead of letting it pass by, even though there’s shadow, there’s fear, there’re fixed habits you hardly ever manage to find your way out of. Continue reading „Monthly Review June 2017“