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maanantai 18. tammikuuta 2010

The Simple Woman's Daybook - week 3

Through the Natalie's blog I found my way to here... and I thought this might be a splendid way to keep weekly diary on Mondays... atleast I could try... although my english is not so perfect and rich in meaning...

FOR TODAY January 18, 2010

Outside My Window... it's dark and frosty, the streetlamps are the only source of the light

I am thinking... of last Friday evening at the opera and Rusalka's moon, quite impressive performance

I am thankful for... all the pleasures that the cultural event may give

From the kitchen... Rafaello's temptation for Fenix, for me few cup of coffee, cheese sandwich and grapes

I am wearing... woollen socks (floor is cold), white-black striped blouse and pants

I am creating... the block for the Euro bee, my month will be August... so plenty of time yet

I am going... to stitch the block one of the Girls Day Out Quilt for the rest of the evening. It means only one hour or half... so only little progress today

I am reading... Philippe Claudel's Le Rapport de Brodeck - in finnish Varjojen Raportti.

I am hoping... the all possible help for the people of Haiti

I am hearing... sound of silence with the relaxed breathing by Fenix. It reminds me tomorrow is the yoga training - Oh, F. is now strecthing all his legs;)

Around the house... quite peaceful at this moment, Fenix is sleeping on the keyboard table and the keyboard is on my lap;) Am I too kind to him....

One of my favorite things... listening operamusic. In the Saturday evening I listened Carmen, it was live broadcast from MET.

A Few Plans For The Rest Of The Week: clearly sewing one SBS and DJ block, continueing to stitch GDO and Life is Beautiful... and whatever life is giving;)

Here is picture thought I am sharing...

Many, many stitches and hugs to you!!!!

6 kommenttia:

Julia kirjoitti...

Enjoyed your daybook. Sounds like you like opera. I play double bass in a local symphony orchestra but only know a little bit about opera. Do you have a lot of local opera companies and symphonies in Finland?

Dolores kirjoitti...

Have you heard of the opera singer Laura Pyrro?

Karen kirjoitti...

I enjoyed reading your Daybook entry. Maybe I should give it a try.

Anonyymi kirjoitti...

Love your daybook. But I loved the pitcures and the end. Woah your first block of a girls day out is looking great. I was a little bite scared to start with that block, so I started with block 11 ( only stitchery). Next month i do a applique block :0)

Litamora's Quilt & Design kirjoitti...

Enjoy the daybook, it looks fun :o)
Hope you are doing great, and get to enjoy a lot of sewing :o)
Have a creative week:o)

Robin kirjoitti...

What a neat way to keep a diary! I really enjoyed reading your daybook. When I was younger, I used to attend the opera on a regular basis. One day, I hope to be able to start going again. :) That little quilt shop block is just beautiful... wow!!!