… will always find its way.
Isn’t that a wonderful quote by Trisha Yearwood?
What stories can you tell, that make this quote so true?
Following my post on making 2020 and the new decade a kinder, happier, and more mindful year and decade, I love to share a story with you today in that spirit and in that of the introductory quote. Read more
Hello in 2020! Read more
As 2019 comes to an end, we are to enter a whole new decade. Yay!
I am curious what it will bring and hope we humans can drive some important things around and manage big changes for the better for everyone; humans, nature, and the inanimate world alike. Read more
My dearest readers
For some of us the festive season is in full swing and so are the holidays that come with it. I hope you are enjoying that time of year and indulging yourself in everything that nourishes your soul.
Mine is jumping and dancing of joy, wonder, and deep gratitude as I spend time in the stillness and magic of Finnish Lapland. It is so breathtakingly beautiful that everything feels like a real fairy tale to me and words can hardly describe what I sense right now. Read more
On my way home from Montreux I’d like to send you some warm greetings from this french-speaking city in Switzerland beautifully nestled on the shore of Lake Geneva.
Foremost, Montreux is world famous for its Jazz Festival that takes place every July here. It will be the 54th edition in 2020.
But it is December now and Christmas is the most present topic when you stroll along the shore where you find a Christmas market with a view and everything you fancy. Read more
How are you today?
Can you believe it is December and also the last month of this series on grapevines over the seasons? It has been such a journey for this awesome plant, don’t you agree? Feel free to wonder at it (all over again) by clicking on each month’s unveiling: October, September, August, July, June, May, April, March, February.
I got so lucky to see the beauty of a vineyard while it was snowing. Everything was so silent and magical in a very special way. I hope you can feel it, too, through this post.