Men alive I’m recovering from yet another vicious cold. I think it’s one of the worst I’ve ever had.
Well the worst cold I’ve ever had was in January/February of 1998 while I was about to move to Denmark to study architecture while I had a fling with a guy named, Piet, just one month before I met Boris. Those were some crazy months as I recall that Piet (whom I had a 2 weekend-stand with) had to drop medicine in my eyes as my tear ducts were broken due to hard coughing. While I met Piet (the brother of one of my flat mates) I was on the ment and was planning my Denmark life so I didn’t choose to go on and start a relationship with him. But as it happens just a month later, exactly the 14th of March, I met Bo and knew I had to blow off my whole future Danish life as I met the man I wanted to spend the rest of my life with. That’s why I never forget that cold, or became an architect.
So finally back to blogging again as I have so much to share with you.
Let me first tell you what have kept me busy the past few weeks and some weeks before Christmas and what is going to keep me busy for the next few weeks.
Remember this post? It got so much better after that post.
I’m going to be on TV after all. Nothing fake, nothing weird but something so fun and artsy that I can’t wait to watch it myself. It’s a documentary on bloggers and what keeps us busy as bloggers. For a period of 12 weeks Belgian viewers will watch me bake, garden, shop, visit friends, see me paint my living room and travel with me to London where I’ll speak at Meet The Blogger. But they can also watch Sofie from Fashionata travel to New York City to attend Fashion Week and learn how to sew a skirt from Mamasha. This documentary will air on a channel that currently re-runs The Gilmore Girls … do I have to say more?
Today we had a meeting about the official website which will launch sometime next week. Also tomorrow episode ONE will be made which will air early March. The word excitement is an understatement of how I feel right now as I’m super excited and love working with the team in the image above, shot in the home of my friend, Roel, last week.
Thank you so much for commenting on that one post. It made me so aware of what I do and don’t want. I so believe I’m moving towards the right direction, it makes me happy.
Lots more to come.