Thursday, June 25, 2009

We had a great day!

Goodmorning everybody!

How amazing, I got Jan in the modd to go with me, to look at a couch I saw. It was in a kind of second hand shop. It still was there but somebody seemed to have bought it already! And I just saw it the day before.! Pity, cause it looked in very good shape. almost like new. Well, we just have to keep our eyes open, and when we see something that looks good we have to react quicker. But it was such lovely weather that we decided to make a walking tour. We landed in a neghbourhood we used to come quit often when we still went to the "old"cafe. It's a very nice part of The Hague. And we have a few friends living there, so we decided to take a look if someone was at home. And so one was. It was nice to have a little chat again, cause we didn;t see eachother for a long time. After a little drink we went o, saw another friend for a moment an then walked back home, taking another way. All together we we out for about 3 1/2 hours! On the way we saw all kind of nice things and also wondered about some things that have been changed. It was a pity I didn;t have my camera with me. But I didn't expect to go for that walk, starting with the idea looking for a couch! Hmmmm, next time I better just take it with me, you'll never know.
So we spent an agreabe afternoon and therefor I did put up the freebielist a bit later than normal. But it still was there.

This are the little nice things of life sometimes, the unexpected things that just happen, and giving you a great time. It gives you a bit of new energy too!

All in the mood of the wonderful weather we have still here, I have a little kit for you, "Summer in the Garden". Not a BIG kit, but still some nice things in it. And now I have to do today a few things I planed to do yesterday afternoon, like a laundry to turn, and some other things. Who cares, as long as it is done sometime, LOL.
Now you'll have a great day!

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3 comments:

Tasnim said...

Thank you!

Edna B said...

Love that little ant!! KJyra, how interesting that your dad worked with wood. My dad's favorite hobby was making things with wood. He made some of the most beautiful things out of pieces of wood. He could fix just about anything. Hmmmm...days gone by.
Have a great day my friend, hugs, Edna

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