Leaving Cornwall Part 1: The Sea

Cove OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Swanpool OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA gylly Paddlers OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAA whole summer has passed since I left the blue and green shores of Cornwall. Never thought I was going to miss it, but lately I´ve been walking the familiar streets and twisting woodland paths inside my memory. Three years is a long time. I will share some of those memories with you over the coming week.

 

2012: The year we adopted three kittens

Isa and DoraLeaLars and me volunteered at an animal shelter last june. Suddenly we had three kittens running around our feet on their shaky legs, left motherless at two weeks old. They grew into our life to the moment we could not imagine our life without them. So now we have become a little family of five. Its strangely beautiful this feeling of growing up, deciding to adopt kittens together and waking up to hungry meows at 4 in the morning and deciding to get up and see a movie while the world is still waking up.

Kitten Isa

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Window

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Indoor cinema in may

I miss the lazy evenings of last week. After a hard day of uni work, we would snuggle up on the bed and have our own private screening of old favourites. I feel springtime and summer are perfect for 80s nostalgia and Cary Grant flicks.