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One week in Poland/ analog

It looks like it turned into a little tradition to travel to Poland and visiting my friends.

Sadly last year it didn’t worked out so the longing was even more intense. It was also lovely to get to know their new homes. Seeing Matylda and Michal living together, cooking for us and spending the nicest time in Wroclaw. Unfortunately it was incredible hot all week so we had to make breaks for good food and refreshing drinks even more! :)

Anna and Sebastian also moved into a new home not far away from Krakow with a lovely wild backyard and we were lucky to wake up to the light falling through the pines onto our bed every single morning. It was also my first time meeting their beautiful little daughter that filled every day with her sweetness. :)

Somehow time with them passes slower, it’s more intense and pure and it’s a time where I feel loved and welcomed. I feel so incredible thankful to have them in my life.

Since there are too many beautiful moments to share I will start with our day in the sand and birch forest. 


Summer, will you go? / analog + playlist

It’s been three days since we came back from Poland. Seven days of spending time with the people I see so rarely and that mean so much to me. Seven days of hot weather, long walks, quiet talks, incredible yummy food and resting. But this post is not about our trip. I will share some more words in the next post with photos and a little video from our trip, so stay exited! :)  

For now I want to take you into the last days of summer that felt endless. Into quiet moments of cooking plum jam and eating all the blackberries in the world, of reading until I fell asleep, eating carrot cake with the spices I haven’t tasted all summer, perfect pears that look like they were painted under an evening sky, sunflower fields and roses in the blue hour.