Sunday, September 11, 2011

Another weekend

Saturday in a cafe in Sydney
Room 10 (again)
Loving the poppies

A weekend of early mornings and runs in the park, tea in a cafe, chats to a lovely friend back home, reading emails from good friends, cafe time with friends, Spring sun and chilly evening walk home after a funny movie on Saturday and now cooking a warm soup

>> Mette's wonderful house idea
>> I can't wait to see Elizabeth's new collection, here is a first sneak peak
>> In love with Sessun's new Autumn/Winter collection, I think I also got a new hair inspiration

I booked a trip to Tokyo for January today. I can't wait!!
Let me know if you know places I should not miss

An already excited Maria wishes you a good start in the week :)


Kaylovesvintage said...

you are my sunday morning read
Tokio, so you got some good plans coming up!

anneemall said...

Wow, Tokyo, how exciting!! Hopefully I'll get there one day.
And Sessun, I love them more and more. I got a new winter coat by them which I can't wait to wear.

máni said...

tokyo! so exciting!! and your weekend sounds perfect, too. i'll go kayaking today, woohoo. :)

melski said...

looks a sounds like a lovely weekend! i saw submarine too, loved it :) i really like your spotty socks & the picture of the pears. Happy spring :)

Anna Emilia said...

Happy for you dear Maria. Never been there, I guess I would search the teashops myself (:

Greetings from autumn, where I just bicycled to swim in the summerhouse. It was much more chillier than yesterday, the air +14°C and the water probably the same. Now warming up with woolen socks and green tea in my hand.

Your weekend looks like a really good times, with sweet tastes and perfect tea(pot). Hello to happy socks too (:

Have a good new week. Sending you some autumn colors!d

rike said...

oh i like your pear-birds ...

all the best from an excited rike
who finally has found a new home :)

Hannah said...

Lovely! I love the photo of the pears, they almost look like a little family, hehe :) xx

m. said...

thanks for the link to sessun new collection! I just watched a collection! oh and the hair ..,wunderschön

Belinda [simple things] said...

Tokyo - how exciting!

I like your socks. :)

MANDY said...

Love that first shot Maria,
we went to No 10 the other day, a guy beside us was having fig and ricotta on the most gorgeous bread, we had already ordered but next time I'm having it !!!

MANDY said...

PS ...
How exciting about Tokyo !!!

P R I M O E Z A said...

really enjoyed the pears image and thanks so much for the link x.

Lucent Imagery said...

I always love your photos. Just gorgeous. Love the tea pot.

Kati said...

Liebe Maria,

vielen Dank für deine Antworten ... Ich wollte nicht neugierig sein, es hat mich einfach nur interessiert.

Hab weiterhin eine gute Zeit - und ich freue mich schon auf die Berichterstattung zur Hochzeit! ;o)

Liebe Grüße von Kati :o)

jana said...

wie aufregend, tokyo...das wird bestimmt ganz toll. was hast du denn da für tolle schuhe an?! ich suche ein paar für den herbst (das dann auch einige herbste halten soll...); momentan haben wir aber immer noch über 30 grad...hab eine schöne woche!

cara edwards said...

this sounds like the most perfect weekend, i always try to go for early morning jogs but i always wind up napping on the beach. love the picture of the pears. hopefully you enjoy this weekend too :)

Anonymous said...

tokyo...oh, you are so lucky!!

i spent a year and a half there and have thought about going back pretty much everyday since i left (and that was about 7 years ago..!)

do you know where you're going to stay?

my best recommendation is to go on a day trip to the hakone open air's an outdoor art gallery at the end of an old, rickety train line. you could spend a day wandering around the beautiful grounds, and the town is lovely too.

it truly is one of my favourite places in japan, and that's saying something!!! :)

Pascale said...

Your pic'pears is so great. it looks like skin.

Georgia said...

I just discovered your wonderful blog and have been really enjoying having a look around! Congrats on booking the Tokyo trip - it's such an amazing place! If you get a chance I'd recommend checking out Farmer's Cafe in Omotesando Hills (and the shops), Yomiuri Land (themepark) and the shrine and markets at Asakusa.

gini said...

hey hey bonjour Maria!
i've been following your blog for more than a year now! i miss sydeny so much and through your blog i get to see it!
get Hello sandwich blog tokyo guide!
me i loved getting lost in Tokyo seeing the backways of Tokyo. i loved UENO park. i love Kiddyland (amazing toy store) &
tokyu hands (stationnary, wool) in shibuya,
baden baden shop : 2-31-7 Chuo-chu, Meguro-ku

hattifnatt café, 2-18-10 Koenji kita, Suginami-ku

guibli museum, 1-1-83 Shimorenjaku, Mitaka-shi

ok hope i helped