Take A Walk On The Wild Side…

ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK…

Seems like autumn came early to London this year. No summer lasts forever, but a summer dress lasts a little longer when you pair it with a warm knit. I’m really trying to enjoy this time when you can still warm your face in the sun, because I know that in about two months I’ll be wearing my military thermal pyjamas and I’ll chatter my teeth and I’ll google ‘how to stay warm,’ and I’ll get great ideas like, ‘How do I adopt a husky?’ Let’s see what kind of adventure this next season will bring. I’m ready to take a walk on the wild side ; )

 

Don’t quit your daydream…

QUOTE OF THE DAY 

«Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking and don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart… you’ll know when you find it.» – Steve Jobs

 
 

Lady in red on a boat…

I find it hard to take in but it seems like this summer may have come to an end. This is when all the boaters start to stock up on wool, coal and wood… It’s time to prepare for our fourth winter on the boat… soon this red dress will be replaced by a survival suit… but not yet, not today and not tomorrow.

 
 
 

Throwback Thursday

CAN SOMEONE PLEASE SWITCH THE SUN BACK ON?

Whilst we’re heating up the boat with the first log of the fall (Can someone please switch the sun back on?) I’m posting a photo taken three weeks ago and I take comfort in the fact that even though things are a bit grey and damp at the moment; blue skies will come again.

 

Continuous Cruisers

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HERE TODAY, GONE TOMORROW

When people ask me what it’s like to live on a boat I say, «It’s different.» «What’s so different about it?» And since they ask I sum up the long, boring, explanatory list about electricity, water, internet, the toilet-situation and by this they always seem to regret even asking. But when we come to the part about being continuous cruisers they seem light up again. You see, this is the best part, the moving around part. Every 7th to 14th day we have to move on, depending on where we have been moored, and that’s what makes life like a box of chocolates – you never know what you’re gonna get…

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