Wednesday, September 30
Tuesday, September 29
Monday, September 28
Sunday, September 27
I went to the farmer's market on Saturday and it turned me joyful immediately. Although I missed Stephan a lot. I bought apples, delicious goat gouda, different types of squash and other vegetables. I couldn't resist buying flowers, too.
I paged through old newspapers and magazines.
Être et avoir is a lovely and touching documentation of a one-room school in Auvergne. The perfect movie for my new beginning. This is what teaching is about.
Saturday, September 26
Linz is European Capital of Culture this year – see this and this.
I have two good old friends, Barbara and Veronika, who have lived there. That's why I have been to this city very often.
I very much enjoyed exploring the changes together with Veronika and Stephan. And our fika at Gragger. I had a piece of Linzertorte. 2014, I'll be in Umeå.
Yesterday, I saw The Queen. I loved it, Helen Mirren's just great. So is the landscape of Scotland.
Have a nice weekend! It's my last before I'm attending school again.
Friday, September 25
An ice cream parlor in Vienna. Candido Bertó! Beautiful name.
Too bad that I cannot try his ice cream. His shop is closed. For a long time, I think.
And I haven't eaten enough ice cream this summer! And summer is over now...
I'm home alone. I'm missing Stephan.
Yesterday, I watched Så som i himmelen.
Wednesday, September 23
Sunday, September 20
Saturday, September 19
Our kitchen table. This is where I spend much time.
And I baked an apple strudel. I took the recipe from an old school cookbook that should help educating "the
perfect housewife" (this is what the cover says!). Here's the recipe (I used less sugar, no raisins...
I always modify recipies).
Yesterday, I had an ambivalent birthday. It started with a funeral. But later on, I had a great time.
Life can be weird sometimes. Stephan and I had lunch at the new Vapiano and walked through Vienna's old
town centre. In the evening, we went out with Leni, Babsi, Bernd and Christoph. I got an interesting book
I want to read soon. My brother Bernhard gave me a book set in Vienna, too. Thank you so much!
The first days of spring by Noah and the Whale (via Brian).