Ingredients For…A Long Weekend

Happy weekend everybody! How are you doing? In my opinion every month could be like May, there are so many public holidays. This weekend is also four days long, yay! I will be working a lot, but nevertheless it is nice to switch up routine a little bit. What are you up to this weekend? If you need some ideas, look no further…

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Something to Read: Last week I finished reading A Thousand Splendid Suns and it was so good! It’s by the same author as The Kite Runner and deals with the fate of two very different women from Afghanistan. It’s not a light read and from time to time it was hard to continue reading, but on the other side you just had to (that’s what my friends who read it as well also said, you just get hooked).

Something to Do: Remember last Monday’s post about planting something? Megan from the Fresh Exchange has started a blog series on gardening (which is much more professional than my little post). It is really informative and tells you exactly what to do at what time along with some pretty pictures. Why not start today?

Something to Make: Since I couldn’t buy everything new when I was moving out, some things, like my cup cabinet look quite sad. This weekend I might try out painting some plain white mugs with easy patterns (and if I fail, there are always pretty ones on sale here).

Something to Eat: Random fact, I really love croissants. When we were on holiday in a hotel two years ago (my first and only hotel trip) I ate one every morning at the breakfast buffet. I might have gained a pound or two after that holiday. Anyway, here’s a recipe for homemade croissants (it’s even marked as weekend project, so it’s a perfect fit). Let’s see how it goes!

Something to get Inspired by: I really loved this post last week. Really uplifting. Go on over and read it. That is all.

Have a good weekend!

 

MerkenMerken

1 Comment

  • Emmali
    May 17, 2013
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    A Thousand Splendid Suns is an amazing book! And since I already read it, I will move on to reading the planting blog, thanks for the tip!


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