September 01, 2013


we have quite a few common interests, Knut and me, but our favourite thing might actually be gardening. the peace we feel while caring for our plants is as good as yoga to us. so even if we love this time of year it has a backside which is having to watch those that we've been looking after since spring time, wither away as the winter is getting closer. we have learned a lot this summer and with inspiration from Ingvild Telle and her urban gardening project we're planning on doing it bigger and better next spring. we are already preparing by planting alliums and garlic. and for the upcoming indoor season we are lusting for these new botanica flower pots from danish Kähler.


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  1. our strawberries never happened though :-(

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  2. well...you need some sun, I'm afraid you don't have the perfect weather...

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    1. oh no, you can grow strawberries here ;-), but ours got attaced by some small and evil bugs!!!

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  3. Takk :) Samme her - hagearbeid (ikke småluking og sånn, men grave-svette-og-bli-skitten-arbeid) og å se serier. Nå ser vi Breaking Bad og Dexter. Gleder meg veldig til ses 2 av Broen!

    Terracottaklem fra hagedamen :)

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    1. takk fro tips, vi vil og se breaking bad. :-)

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  4. Hei Lena! Knut var på besøk hos meg og Una i Oslo i går. Som jeg sa til han: Jeg har nå lest de fleste og følger gjerne med videre på deres fine små hverdagsfortellinger! Eller kort sagt: Bra blogg!!

    PS:
    Apropos Kähler.. De har åbnet restaurant i Tivoli (http://www.kahler-i-tivoli.com/menukort-2). Vi var på restauranten i Århus i sommer (lækkert!!), efter tip fra the one and only Smørrebrød-Ole (http://www.adlibris.com/no/product.aspx?isbn=8799551608).

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    1. tusen takk for både ros og tips. hørte Knut hadde fått servert eggesmør hos dere :-). vi ses forhåpentlig snart alle sammen.

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