The 2015 is over! Year of changes, finding myself bit more and hopefully preparing for the things the 2016 has to offer.
Like many years before January starts with welcome the New Years lunch at Simons brothers house, followed by Timo’s birthday and Sallys birthday,
sprinkled with other things like cooking/baking – in January I always feel urge to try new recipes, photograph them and post them to the world to see 🙂
Starts with my birthday – year on, I care less of the number and value experiences, every going year leaves behind. Had a lovely walk in Alfriston, picturesque village where Simon proposed me 12 years ago.
Went to see Estonian Oscar nominated film “Tangerines”, which restored mu faith to modern Estonian film.
Cooked for crowd for Estonian Independence Day in London.
Continued with the Paleo and cooking and realizing that I’m too much of a food addict to stick with restricted diet and dropping some of the food groups totally from my menu. So my aim is trying to stay on healthy side but indulge myself times to times and not to feel guilty about it.
More food/paleo/cooking/taking pictures/sharing. Did some catering,
trained Lonni and have some lovely walks
We had our yearly Easter family get together
and my lovely cousins and her friend came to visit. Unfortunately we were burgled, while they were here and some of their stuff was taken, but I’m strong believer of karma so I’m sure one day the baddies will be sorry.
The month, I started Crossfit. I didn’t think something can change your life so much, but it can. I got addicted to it, I managed to drag Simon into it, who has really committed to it and lost more than stone as the result, also he was chosen as most improved athlete in the box. Who could’ve believed it back in May – not me!
Other things in May – Simon’s birthday, Keiti’s birthday with the trip to Cornwall – love this part of the country.
More testing recipes,
taking part of local beer festival, lots of sitting around on the cricket matches, which I don’t really mind, if the weather is good and food available.
Enjoying dinners in our garden. Lovely walks in our woods with Lonni, getting unexpected presents.
Strawberry picking picnic with family in the local farm.
Annual get together and camping in the seaside cottage near Deal – lots of food/drink and walks. Break in Richmond, visiting theatre over very long time to see Lady in black and spending day in Kew gardens.
Lots of baking.
Going to the Tom Jones concert by Thames boat thank to my dear friend in London.
The road trip to Estonia
– good food, new places, hot weather, old friends, home beach, posh restaurants,
August festival in my home town,
driving back home through Scandinavia.
Getting over the holiday blues, but luckily my dear friends came to visit us
My first big football match to see at Wembley. Luckily Estonia didn’t score. I sat next to some England fans, who were quite scary so probably I wouldn’t show my support to Estonia too loud 🙂
Cooking and more cooking! We were at Scandinavian Christmas market and couldn’t keep up with the demand for the “Mulgi Puder” – I think we peeled near 150 kg potatoes over the weekend, but it was absolutely brilliant.
Preparation for the Christmas as every year – gingerbreads, turkey, family, wine, games, walks, fun.
2016 – I’m ready for you!