27.3.13

Take five XVII


Bonne Maman madeleines and Nespresso are a delicious combination.


Lavender soaps that I keep in my wardrobe. 


I am so excited that my piano teacher gave me the Hungarian Dance by Brahms as my next assignment. One of my all time favourites.


 Looking for travel inspiration...


Ceramic watermelon. A souvenir that I got at La Casa Azul (Frida Kahlo's house) in Mexico City.


49 comments

  1. Love the ceramic watermelon & the book looks a great travel read.
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  2. Beautiful Watermelon souvenier. And the first photo is a perfect combination that I'd like to enjoy right now )

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  3. Stunning images as ever and such a good tip about keeping lavender soap in your wardrobe!

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  4. You play piano. Wow that´s awesome. Whenever I hear the Hungarian Dance I think about the Charlie Chaplin movie. Can´t help it. I love Nespresso. Esp the Volluto :-)

    xx

    glamdevils

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  5. What a nice breakfast!) I didn't know you take piano lessons! You should do a post about the things we do not know about you)

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  6. Great idea to keep lavender soap in the wardrobe! We have a very similar travel book too.
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  7. Great pics as always love :)
    That cookie looks so YUMMY :d

    Also like those soaps you got there !!


    Have a great day !

    Kisses

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  8. Oh, the ceramic watermelon is very charming..

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  9. Yum for the madeleines and Nespresso, a good combo:P Nice pics dear, I'd love to read that book too to find some travel inspiration:) Have to find it!:) Kisses! xo

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  10. great photos!!
    like it!gorg post!!
    best wishes!!




    Angela Donava

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  11. I would like to have a look at this book :)
    I love Madeleines too and I love that your soap is from Germany ;)
    Hope you are having a wonderful week!?

    xx

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  12. I love lavender soaps-that is such a great idea to keep your clothes smelling fresh :)

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  13. Amazing souvenir and I like to read that book!

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  14. The lavender soap must smell so nice! Love the ceramic watermelon!

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

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  15. Lavender soaps in your wardrobe? GREAT idea!!

    Nik
    14th & Peachtree

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  16. always love seeing these kinda posts:) that coffee - would totally love that right now!
    and that watermelon is soo fun:)
    lots and lots of love
    xxx
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  17. Cute things, darling Anouka!

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  18. Wow, I wanna read about your piano lessons, and I'd like to read that book too.
    xoxo
    Lona
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  19. Oh that watermelon is so much fun! What a neat souvenir. Madelines are so delicious, it's my all-time favourite treat. I'm still searching for the perfect recipe to share on the blog.

    xx Jenee C.
    {camo meets couture}

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    1. I'm looking forward to that post!

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  20. Lovely soaps and I want a Madeleine right now :p Also cool to know you lived in London, that must have been a great experience!
    xx

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  21. Such lovely photos! The espresso and treat look so delicious!

    x
    Rachel

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  22. love this edition! all your 5 items are great, those madeleines make me wish I was eating them now and that beautiful beautiful Friday Kahlo ceramic is a great (and juicy and colourful) souvenir!!!
    xoxo
    Catita

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  23. The first one and the piano!!
    Will we ever hear you playing?? ;-)
    xoxo
    Patricia

    http://misstoptenimage.blogspot.com

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    1. I need to practise some more... ;)

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  24. Great photos! Makes me crave watermelon haha xx

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  25. I love your funky watermelon... i hope you'll show us a video with you playing piano !!

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  26. What a beautiful ceramic souvenir, it does remind me of Frida Kahlo's watermelon painting!

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  27. I miss eating those madeleines. I enjoyed eating them in Paris. I used to take piano lesson too. I used to love playing the Hungarian Dance and also Fur Elise.

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  28. mmm this looks good

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  29. Love it all
    especially the travel book.

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  30. aw that little watermelon is so cute!! is your piano pink?? or is it just the lighting haha that is awesome if it is! and i need to get the travel book, i want to travel!

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  31. Lovely memories ^^
    I love soaps !!

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  32. Lovely pictures. Keeping lavender soap in your wardrobe is such a great idea. Let me know what travel destinations you decide upon.

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  33. I love that watermelon..so cute. I have the same book as well!

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  34. Ohhh, I'm so jealous you have piano lessons! How long have you been learning for?

    Corinne x
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  35. Lovely pictures, lavender soaps are very nice :)

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  36. stunning pictures..
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  37. Travel inspirations....look no further than Australia - hehe! No, I'm serious really! If you do ever "pop" on over here, let me know, be more than happy to offer advice or meet you :) Love that watermelon, so cute. And, isn't lavender just the most relaxing smell xx

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  38. love your blog!

    lots of love from the c&p girls,
    casper&pearl blog
    xx

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  39. The Ceramic watermelon is definitely a piece of art.
    I find Johannes Brahms Hungarian Dance No. 5 to be a really vibrant musical opus.

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  40. You're taking piano classes? I used to do it for 8 years! It's great!

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