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Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Awards - Music - Movies - Theatre - TV-Series - Nobel Prize Winners and Bloggers.

Well, I don't know wether or not I do deserve this award. I've beeing away for so long. Beeing a very neglecting commentator.
But one thing, you my dear readers should know, the 7 I do nominate, are among the very best blogs I do read. May be some of them are unfamilar for/with you. So take the challenge, and read before comment. They have all something to tell in a busy world. OK?

Rest in pation for a moment.
Who nominated me? Bien sur: Mon cherie

(do not be dissapointed - I have only seven hard choices - as I've have not a jury to discuss with)
Here are the simple, but hard rules:

The rules for this award are:
* The winner can put the logo on his/her blog.
* Link to the person you received your award from.
* Nominate at least 7 other blogs.
* Put links to those blogs on yours.
* Leave a message on the blogs of the people you have nominated.

My nominees - tatataaa: (I exclude those of you that are allready nominated)




Mother of Invention



So Shiok


Joy of six

Lets talk

Shadow Falcon

Dackell Princess

Kat's Cradle

I'll will proudly adress all of my candidates. I know there are so many of my trusted blogger friends that's have allready been awarded, so I tried my very best to give you insight an opportunity to meet some new bloggers around.

To give you a clue: Europe, Asia, Australia, Americas

PS. If you understand some Spanish and love Gatos, visit my dear blogger friend, Veronita, in Buenos Aires. As a surprise.

Confused? Read This

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Minnesota Wild Rice, Sea Wolf, Marigold, Blue Cheeses, berries, espresso and calvados etc.

Suzann gave me a gift (besides her unique hospitality): Minnesota Wild Rice. Anna studied the wide variety of recipes. And we together ended up with this.

Sea Wolf, Minnesota Wild Rice and Marigold.

Blue Cheese and berries as dessert ---

--- and ended up with Espresso and a zip of Calvados. >Plus something more.

More to read at Suzann's blog

Sunday, August 03, 2008

Palm Sunday - August 3 - 2008

On Saturday we bought Palms and Pottery. We knew the largest ones had to be replanted in bigger pots.

Then on Sunday we returned to Lowe's Nursery....

.... to buy draing and stabelizing "stones", soil and murch.

We had work to do, Mats and papa. Before we started to work.

Crushed bricks in the bottom

After soil comes rain - Papa is Watering

More soil and murch on top

Drainging holes had to be drilled

Yucca Cane Trees on the Assembly Line

Cleaning up the mess

Finnished - Group 1 - Bromeliad in the foreground (Only morning Sun), Yucca Cane Tree to the Right and the Majesty Palm in the background. The Palms need more Sun and are to be equally treated.

The Majesty Palm is higher than I can reach which is 2,4 meter - 8 feet.

Proud Father and Son. Well done work.

Simply Sinatra - The Consert here.

Saturday, August 02, 2008

Saturday Lunch with Lori and Mats
After bringing the new Plants home with Pots, it was a hard days work to find the right ones. We needed a well deserved Lunch.
I prefered a place from where I could see water. (Norse you see).
Lori proposed Clementine ( ). At the St. Joseph Marina.
Here is what we got. (Recommended by me for good food and excellent and quick service for a reasonable price).
This was Mats' preference
And here is Lori's (with Mushroms)
Mine - even with French Onion Soup
We asked for "doggie bags", but in spite of that fact, Mats insisted on Ice Cream for dessert. But at another Place. (I suspect he did see an opportunity - LOL)
At the "Cabana" in Saint Joseph, SW Michigan

Lots of people, allways. Large Servings, Premium Quality. Fast and professional service. We have been there before. And will return.

We sat on the Bluff enjoying our Ice Creams. Looking out at Lake Michigan.

The couple beside us on the Bluff: A Day in The Park. Charming, don't you think?
But there is more to come about our doings this Saturday...