I finally managed to upload a selection of wedding pictures.
Most of the pictures are not public. If you want to see the rest just drop me a comment and I’ll mail you a guest pass.
Thanks again to Fotosassa for being our wedding photographer!
So my one and only New Year’s Resolution is to take at least one photo a day and upload them to flickr. To that purpose I made a set for those photos and so far I have been following through with a picture a day.
I am hoping that by the end of the year I’ll have 365 interesting fotos to look back on and I also hope that I will have learned a bit about photography through this project.
I have already spent a lot of time in our little garden. It is really small with about 60m² and less if you substract the terrace. Still I have managed to plant a lot of plants.
If all goes well we’ll not only have a lot of fresh herbs and a few beautiful flowers but tomatoes, zucchini, a few peppers, shallots, garlic and pumpkins. If it goes even better we’ll have some fruit besides the veggies: strawberries, apples and red currants. Everything is very experimental but it would be so cool to have a small harvest of homegrown veggies and fruit.
I have started making ice cream more often. It is still not as scoopable as commercial stuff but I know what’s in it and that makes it taste so much better. I can make flavors that I want …
This one was my first try. Maple Walnut. With walnuts from my parents’ garden.
We are back from vacation. Like last year we went skiing to Les Crosets in Switzerland. This year nobody got hurt and nobody had to return home to work. We had good skiing conditions most of the time. For those interested I put up some pictures on flickr: Les Crosets 2008.
Tomorrow it’s back to work.
I have started to manage a lot of things through the web and was on the lookout for a good online “todo list” application. So when I saw the Reader Poll: Best Online To-do List Manager? on Lifehacker, I had hopes to find something good. Admittedly at first I only checked out the two services with the most votes: Remember the Milk and Todoist
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Nope this not a diet. There will however be no more articles in the Tasty Bytes category.
Despite this being the end of the category, it’s something (kind of) to celebrate – that’s what the champagne on the left is for. I have finally made a food blog of my own. So now I have a place that I can flood with food links, pictures, cookbook mentions and recipes: I present Fuzzy Cooking.
So more space for my food hobby.
I also decided to write the food articles in German from now on. I cannot seem to focus on one language for this blog and I notice that my recipes are a bit more accurate in German.