Another week down! Only 47 more to go!
Happy Friday! This week seems to have passed by without me even realising it. I’m telling you, it was Tuesday yesterday. But, no worries, we’re still basking in some gorgeous winter sunshine most days and after I finish work this evening I have a four day weekend. We’re still trying to decide what we are going to do, mostly we are waiting on the weather to decide its course of action and we’ll go from there. But, four days, that’s plenty of time to get up to some bits, maybe a museum visit, or maybe a hike. Or both.
I worked from home on Friday so I could wait in for our BigGreenSmile delivery. It’s my go to online shop for cruelty free and vegan goods. I was fresh out of photo ideas, so I thought I’d show you what we bought. I like to buy everything at once, so I can get the free shipping and don’t have to worry about going to the shops too often.
I don’t really know how to explain this photo. I tried to look it up on the internet, thinking there was some kind of reasoning behind a sculpture of a line of ducks with their heads up each others’ arses. There wasn’t.
That sad realisation that your Sunday photo idea is ruined if you have the same dinner every week.
Also this time we were too lazy to make noodles, so we cooked up some spaghetti instead. Pasta with stir fry, sometimes that’s how we roll.
Back to work after a nice weekend. I love that it’s getting lighter in the evenings, light enough that I can get out of work and the sky is still a gorgeous icy blue.
Pete wasn’t around yesterday, I suspect he was out enjoying all the sunshine, but he’s back today, quietly contemplating his next steps in life and feeling very body positive after a bit of yoga over lunch.
Rainy days here in Belgium. Can’t complain though, the weather has been nothing short of gorgeous for about two weeks (snow included, obviously), so a bit of rain is alright.
Here I have attempted to express the weather in an artistic raindrop photo. What you can’t see is Kris waving his hands about trying to block the light in our apartment block from reflecting in the window. What else are boyfriends for.
On our way home from work we decided to stop off at the bike shop and have a little browse. Short story short, the bikes are far too expensive for us to even consider buying–I’m talking €5,000 for a single bike. Clearly, this isn’t the bike shop for us. But, it did give me a chance to snap a photo of all the buildings on the train line all lit up.
That’s it, another week of photo bites the dust. I said I was going to try a themed week, but I forgot I actually said that. Anything and everything is more fun.