Sunday, February 23

Happenings, week 8

week 8

What I like
* having an afternoon coffee date with K, C and L – I'll miss the girls in the next few weeks!
* a relaxing brunch at C's comfy home
* a long, long walk
* reading a book within two days
* receiving a message from my dear old friend I who's currently over due date of her pregnancy
* dinner with S at Rasouli
* going to bed early
* being 40 weeks pregnant
* enjoying S's weekend mode on Friday afternoon, ordering pizza and watching Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine
* P complimenting me on my typography pics I posted on the website of Typemuseum
* watching the last competitions of the Olympic Games
* finally making a photo book filled with memories of our wedding
* sleeping till 9 am on Sunday
* having lunch with my parents at Nordpol, enjoying Bohemian cabbage soup
* mum giving me catkins, chocolate cake and home-dried fruit
* a walk in the sunshine on a warm Sunday

What I read and watched
* the books Überlebensgroß by Mark Watson, Emma schweigt by Susanne Scholl and Kap Cod by Henry David Thoreau
* The Weekender issue 12
* the movies Der Herr Karl, Blue Jasmine and Freispiel
* Vienne en Tramway – my hometown has changed a lot since 1906...
* the typography project Typemuseum
* this article about the breathtaking Haus Fontanella by Bernardo Bader Architects

What I don't like
* my body being so damn ready (it has been for a while now). I'm worn out and dilated, contracting and a litte bit anxious...
* not knowing how labor pains feel like – when does "true" labor begin?


Anonymous said... February 23, 2014 at 6:50 PM

Good luck in your labor, everything is going to be alright :)

Astrid said... February 23, 2014 at 9:18 PM

Such super exciting times for you now! Best of luck!

Anonymous said... February 23, 2014 at 10:01 PM

you will know when it is happening. step into it. breathe. watch the colours.

Irene said... February 24, 2014 at 8:28 AM

Thank you :) It teaches me my first lesson in parenthood: patience! I still think he will be a February baby...

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