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Sunday
Mar262017

And finally, spring.

Warm enough to work in the garden without a jacket! We spent pretty much the entire weekend out there. So much to do, but I couldn´t be happier. 

On Friday evening we visited my favorite local pottery and among other things I got this giant bowl from their huge pile of reject pieces. Whenever I am there I have the hardest time to not buy aaaalll the things.

I baked this bread today and it turned out pretty. 

My Emma girl in the garden. 

A new place to sit under the walnut and the cherry tree and admire the new raised flower bed. One day we´ll have proper furniture for this space but with a little paint, this is good enough for now. Grey for the table, blue for the chairs/bench? (The chairs are pretty cool though right?). 

A rare picture of my husband on this blog. My boys!

Freed all the potted plants from their winter sleep in the barn. Looks like we had no losses. And the walled garden is slowly becoming greener... Have a happy week!

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Reader Comments (5)

Thank you Katrin for your very nice Spring post!
It was a nice spring day in Brandenburg!
Your Helleborus is beautiful! Your bread looks fantastic!
Love your pottery! May I ask you.... is it from Dahme?
Emma is a real model and your two men are sweet!
Like the raised beds with that stones.
Best wishes and lots of luck with all the work!
It already looks fantastic!

March 26, 2017 | Unregistered Commenterinkiemulder

Nice to see the husband!

March 27, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterHelen

Love your photos....your yard is beautiful. Those chairs at the table are very cool. Handsome hubby, pretty kitty! :-)

March 28, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterMelanie

That pottery is beautiful! I'm visiting Berlin this summer. Is the pottery close enough for me to go there?

March 29, 2017 | Unregistered CommenterJoanne

Inkie - thank you! The pottery is in Crinitz.

Joanne - it´s a 2-hours drive from Berlin... http://www.schulze-crinitz.de It´s appointment only.

March 29, 2017 | Registered CommenterKatrin

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