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Happy World Vegan Day (and a pumpkin soup recepie)

Pumpkin soup

Happy World Vegan Day! It starts the World Vegan Month, a perfect time to critically look at our eating habits and their effects on our health, our fellow earthlings as well as the environment. I will be cooking a great, vegan pumpkin soup tonight. Here's the recepie if you'd like to join me:


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I saw Green Day in Köln

I've actually been one of the biggest fans of Green Day - about 15 years ago. I would say one of the worst things that happened to me in 1995 was that I couldn't go see their concert in Helsinki (Finland). But I was only 12, so I guess my Mum had a point. However, after the album Insomniac I didn't much follow them anymore, anyway. Until this year, when I realised I live in Germany now, a land where big bands come play gigs, and that Green Day is a really big band now.


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New cool organic knitting shirts and hoodies at SOB

Nick's (hand printed) shirt shop Shirtsofberlin went organic this week! Plus, there are now generously-sized lovely hoodies for sale as well. Take a look at the knitting line, marvellous yet simple designs (and the prints are limited in number, so really unique too!).

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I've got a girl to sponsor

As part of my 101 in 1001 goals I had taken the goal to start sponsoring a child or an animal. Well, at the end of July I had then finally decided to start sponsoring a girl in Sierra Leone, the poorest country on Earth through Plan International. Very soon after I had contacted Plan though the Internet, I received the details of my sponsired child, the 5-year-old Kadiatu. She looks like a happy child in the photo I received and I'm really happy to be supporting her and her community.

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Lange Nacht der Museen in Düsseldorf

I wrote a long text about the "long night of the museums" in Düsseldorf, which we attended a few weeks ago, but it mysteriously (ok, ok, I admit, I messed up) disappeared. So instead of writing it all again, I'm just going to show you the pictures.


For info, during the long night of museums many museums, churches, galleries and exhibitions are open until 2am and there are many special happenings throughout the night.


We saw some modern art, Chinese ink drawings, short films about cinema, a remake of an old video art work "Il Nuotatore (va troppo spesso ad Heidelberg)" by Studio Azzurro and a very lovely Iranian golden peacock (see picture below).


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Creativa, part 2

Here some more impressions from Creativa, the gorgeous craft fair in Dortmund, which I visited last Wednesday.


First the coolest ones. A lovely picture, no? But look at pic two: it's made with cross stitching! This was part of a Latvian stitch art exhibition, and I must say I was really impressed!


There were many interesting pieces from Latvia, but I just photographed this one, because I found it so fascinating.


The third and the fourth picture are similar: you first see some nice pictures, and then you come closer - and you notice they are knit!


How marvellous is that!


Now, click "Read more" to see some mathematical quilting!

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