What a busy time of the year! June is 15 days on its way and this is my first post of the month. What was going on?! Well first of all I started my new job a few weeks ago, which means I am quite exhausted when I come home and the temptation of couch+movie with boyfriend is very attractive. And when I did spend an evening behind the computer I was busy finishing two websites for friends. This one for Marion, who has started her own dog training company. And this one for Ine, who is a great painter/sculptor.
And speaking about Ine, on the 3th of June I visited her. She lives with her husband and son in Garmerwolde. A tiny little village in the north of the Netherlands. I had a great time! First we visited a man whole sells flea market goods in his garage. It was good stuff! Ine bough two bistro chairs and a lovely blue bench. I bought this:
And a lovely container with rose hips on it
After the flea market garage we went to see their new abyssian kitten. Only six weeks old and so cute! Unfortunately they have to wait untill 20 July to take the kitten home.
They already have a cameleon, who eates living grasshoppers. And I definately don't like grasshoppers (probably because of the hopping part) But the animal itself is great :) and not scared of the camera.
I also took the liberty to take some pictures of her house, because I'd love to live there myself
A part of the backyard where you can sit, warm and dry all year round
Detail of the sink (love this part)
This card came in from the USA, from Nancie
I now work for a school where students are educated to be a teacher or knowledge-manager in green education. There are 11 study area's, which vary from livestock to floral design. Last week there was an exhibition from the last department, and I took some photo's. There were some real pieces of art, I didn't realise you could do so much with flowers!