I know it is silly, but that ray of light on my kitchen wall has been away for months, so seeing it makes me happy. Celebrating with my fourth Semla :)
Semla looks very nice - I'd gladly lick that cream... P.S. That ray of light - spring is getting closer!
I can always count on you to let us know when it's semla time. We who are not in Sweden lose track of these things. Now I must hunt up my recipes and give it another go. I'm a bit glad that they're hard to make.
This is absolutely not silly, i can totally understand and feel the same :)
Oh how I miss the semlor!And those surprising rays of sun make a great effect here in Berlin too.
It's funny, your semla actually looks like an spanish pastry called "bamba de nata": http://it.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Bamba_de_Nata-Mallorquina-Madrid.jpg
Angling the rays from summer here to you over there... ample brightness, so hot the blinds are drawn.I am sure I have said it before, but I like your wall gathering. A very handsome collection of things.
mmmm....the sun!spring is comingsoonyour wall looks lovelyas the selma-bun!!
aww i love your wall!http://sydsense.blogspot.com
good gurl - 5 is a lovely number. :-)
"A ray of light" and a marvellous wall, I like so much!
Everything looks and tastes good in your kitchen ;))Yours,s.h.
I love this post! I think this is the essence of being an artist. You see what not everyone sees.
We, Portuguese, have exquisite pastry. But when I went to Stockholm, I taste Semla and like it a lot! Thank you for this memory Camilla! Enjoy your sun and you Semla.K_line
welcome back, little ray of light!(And how cute are you two in what I can only assume is your wedding picture?)
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