Hello! I am married and back from my honeymoon! It was so lovely and I want to share some of the images with you today
Sardinia was beautiful. I was so impressed how much art and craft scene there was even in a little town of Pula.
The sleepy town during the day time becomes almost like a Leicester Square in London. This lady above embroiders on baby bibs and aprons etc. She does it all freehands. I just want to live there and teach people knitting.
Listening to the sounds of waves and knitting at the same time is ultra soothing. In order to recreate this (well, without the Sun and all the environment), I am thinking of getting this… (LOL)!
Bread in Sardegna is very important apparently. The three kinds of bread above (from the left: carasau, civraxiu and coccoi). Coccoi bread is very hard, almost like a light biscuits. During the festival season, they make this bread with a whole egg inside it. So facinating!
One more news. My sister had her baby girl! I am off to Japan next week to help my sister (good thing I am going because she actually had a complicated labour and has to stay in the hospital longer than anticipated).
I hope you are well. Can’t wait to catch up with you all on the blogland. I think the next post will be me in Japan See you all soon!