Bricks in the rain

Did I mention that I love my new cardigan? I am wearing it all the time since I bought it at Nordstrom Rack in Manchester, Connecticut. It is from Free People and I got it super cheap and now I just wear it every day instead of my coat… it is still quite cold, but I start ignoring the cold and pretending its spring 😉 I hope your week is really wonderful!? For some reason, this week seems to be my lucky…

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Some more Roadtrip impressions

A very last post about my wonderful spring break trip… We wanted to feel super American during our trip, so we went to those ‘trashy’ diner’s almost every day. I think I had more burger during this one week than in my entire life before that trip 😉 but it was great! We had such a great time, playing songs on the jukebox, eating burgers and having donuts and really bad gas-station coffee (it is really really bad but somehow…

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Winter in Pink

Happy Spring- start!  Yesterday was supposed to be the first day of spring… however, here the day started with another lovely snow storm! I have to admit that I am getting tired of it! Last year at the same time of the year I’ve been walking around in t–shirt and this year it’s still three pairs of leggings on top of each other and woolen dresses and sweaters every day. So here is another one of my beloved knit-dresses 😉 

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Boston in the rain

During our Roadtrip we also went to Boston… Boston is a really wonderful town which reminded me a lot of Europe. Some streets could also have been somewhere in England 🙂 Unfortunately it was raining really bad the day we‘ve been there, but we still managed to walk down the freedom trail and around the city. Then we went to Harvard where we had the world‘s best burger and a bunch of Dunkin Donuts as a small comfort and to be…

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Beautiful Old Lyme and Essex

During our roadtrip we also went to Old Lyme and Essex… …two beautiful villages next to the Connecticut river and very close to the sea side. Old Lyme is an artists- village with lots of small galleries and an impressive arts school. Essex is mainly living from tourism as far as I could see 🙂 We really enjoyed both of those small villages and we walked around in the sunshine the whole day. Somehow we had the impression that people…

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