Welcome to another lazy Sunday with a quick recap of last week’s posts…
In the beauty post I raved on about this body cream I bought at a wellness resort we visited in September. In the quotes and thoughts there was a quote from David Bowie, an artist which will be missed throughout the world and in the tips ‘n trips post on Thursday I told you all about a fab trip we made to Brighton in the summer of 2014.
Enjoy your Sunday and see you soon!
In today’s sneak peek a dark olive green… and my “The Rubz” bracelet! Why don’t you visit my blog again tomorrow to see the entire outfit.
Photography: Peter Kluskens
Lately we haven’t done any daytrips as my husband had knee surgery a couple of weeks ago… so we’re a bit stuck at home at the moment. With all those Christmas and New Year’s parties we wouldn’t have found the time nor energy anyway!
So… no recent adventures to tell, but I do want to share with you a fab daytrip we had in the summer of 2014. We like going to England, even if it’s just for one day so in August 2014 we decided to go to Brighton, a seaside resort on the coast of South-East England. Read more about our daytrip to Brighton!
Monday morning, still a bit sleepy after a really busy week-end, I was driving to work. When the 8 o’clock news began and I heard the news of David Bowie’s death, I was seriously shocked…
Only last week I saw a documentary and was really full of admiration of this artist and I was looking forward to his new work. I didn’t know he was seriously ill, so the news of his death came as a total surprise to me.
All day long on Monday the radio was playing song after song of this extremely talented artist, a visionair in so many ways. He seriously put his mark on the music/fashion/movie scene from the sixties onwards.
I got to know his work in the early 80ies and I really believe that a lot of songs wouldn’t have been written, a lot of music groups wouldn’t have been formed, a lot of clothes wouldn’t have been designed if it wasn’t for David Bowie.
His style, music and vision will never be forgotten and I am sure that he will live on for ever and ever in his music.