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Hello sweet peas, Happy Sunday to you! It is promising to be a gorgeous day, and I am on a bit of Spring break. So let’s all take it easy today, shall we.

No running around, no stressing, no long to-do lists. Let’s just enjoy a beautiful day and be thankful for all the good in our lives.

 

IG Maart collage

 

Looking back at about a month in pictures I posted on Instagram, makes me thankful for all my blessings, the bounty, the abundance, the love. I truly am one lucky lady, and do I know it!

I am grateful for beautiful morning skies, that make me get off my bike and get to work just a bit extra late, because moments like this, need to be captured.

 

St Lambertus Kerk Maastricht

 

Taking trips to the garden center, and deciding that constraint is overrated and I might as well go for it.

 

flower abundance

 

I just love flowers, need I say more…..



Pink flowers and letterd vases

 

Little leftover flowers from a big bunch, in a new little vase from H&M home. Sometimes indulging in a new little decor item becomes a big joy.

 

Clear blue skies in the morning on my way to work. Another reason to be a little late, cause this detour, just had to be made.


Vrijthof Maastricht

 

I love my city. Especially on quiet, beautiful mornings like this.

 

IG April collage

 

Spring has been beautiful, and I have soaked it all up. And by the looks of it, there is more to come. Let’s have it.

Let’s go and enjoy another beautiful day!

 

PS All of these images have been published on Instagram. Follow me there to see them in real time, you can find me as MSongbird.

 

Love,

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Comments

  1. Oh my goodness, where did you get the accountancy vase? I love it. My husband is an accountant.

  2. Marianne, looking at your pictures reminds me of relaxing afternoons spent strolling through the cobblestone streets of Germany in 2012. Oh how I miss the outdoor cafes, the amazing architecture, countryside, and outdoor markets. Thanks for the walk down memory lane!

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