Tag Archive: Smiles

I carry your heart

I can’t think of anything that warms my heart more right now than being cuddled up in Maria’s bed speaking to Lorena over Skype, making plans to reunite in Cape Town for Christmas… Continue reading

Blossoming Thursday

Just to let you know, I’m back on track and full of energy! Not only did I just receive these beautiful flowers from a guest for something as obvious as giving them a… Continue reading

Smiles and snowflakes

I can’t stop smiling. It’s been going on for two days now. It’s everything. From talking to a close friend the other day, remembering what a great thing we got, to the response… Continue reading

Employee of the Year, Cheers!

Saturday night at home: a big bowl of dark Belgian chocolate ice-cream and my “Acoustic Sounds – Live” Spotify Playlist. I had a wild night yesterday that involved many Caipirinhas and a lot… Continue reading

Love, Love, Love! Ben Howard + Rich Thomas (Brother & Bones)

A beautiful weekend is drawing to an end. Just as the countdown of this beautiful year is beginning with the first of Advent today. I’ve lit a candle in my room, listening to… Continue reading

The art of (smiling while) tightrope walking

It’s almost 2 a.m but I can’t sleep. I’m restless and… I feel like a million emotions and thoughts are stirring within me, like a big soul pot I’ve kept a lid on… Continue reading

Saturdays of our lives

Saturday night. High heels pacing down the street. People chatting, drinking. Taxi cars rushing by. And as usual: the sound of the neighbour’s foot steps, running around, stamping, stomping on the floor. What… Continue reading

A friend-ship comes loaded…

I’m off today and my only plan is to have no plan. – Be grateful that you have so many people in your life, someone reminded me when I said that there had… Continue reading

Count the smiles

Count your age by friends, not years. Count your life by smiles, not tears. John Lennon  

If you want the rainbow…

The way I see it, if you want the rainbow, you gotta put up with the rain. Dolly Parton