never have I experienced the service they provided.
A little month ago, I ordered this City Notebook London, that I have wanted for a while, but the same night of ordering it, I got a mail from one of their employees, Michael. The mail stated that they were out of stock at the moment - and this is where most shops end their message - you just have to patiently wait till they get it in stock again. But Michael asked "when are you going?", as he could see it was a City Notebook I had ordered.
We mailed a bit back and forth, and he told me they had a new batch on the way, as the Tube Map had been updated; but he didn't know when they would arrive. Or if it would be in time.
So he searched their stock, and found a single, opened sample. He send it to me right away, and I got it for half the price!
But when I opened the package, I was disappointed. This is what I was met with;
A handful of pages with scribbles of naked women and glassed men, and some pages were bent and ripped.
I mailed back instantly, and Michael embarrassingly replied, that he hadn't seen the state of the book, as heed been so eager to send it to me when he found it. Still, he didn't know when the new ones would arrive - though this Wednesday he mailed me that they would arrive Friday. And Saturday, today, I had it in my hands! I was so excited to finally have it in my hands, unharmed, unscribbled.
And still for half the price!
The notebook is everything I had wanted, and I can't wait to use it.
Oh yeah, "But you're not in London?" you may ask; in a few days I will be on the plane with my girls!!
The old and new one compared - the top map is the old one, and the book on the right is the new one.

If you ever want to order a Moleskine notebook, and you're Danish, do consider ordering from their website. This is the best service I have ever gotten, and I can't wait to order from them again sometime ♥


the adventures of mr. rabbit

Meet Mr. Rabbit! That's him on the right in the photo - dandy, isn't he?
We assisted at a photoshoot yesterday, but more than assisting... he dragged me out adventuring.
Meet the lovely models and the sweet photographer!
Or maybe Mr. Rabbit was the model, hmmm...
Mr. Rabbit tried persuading me to go into the pitch black corridors....
...and then we met a monster in the ceiling!!


back again

Finally I'm back with actual updates! What came in the way, you may ask; I formatted my computer and was without a photo-editing programme until a few days ago.

The above images are my outfit for Sascha and mine's combined birthday party in February; we had it circus themed! You can see more pictures at Sascha's blog

Here's another outfit from early February, and some pictures from my apartment;
A while back I crafted this necklace - I collect crystals, and I bought this one last summer, wanting to make it into a necklace; but I guess I forgot all about it until then!


inspire me VII

In late January, KUNSTEN opened up for a new exhibition, Marc Quinn: "All of Nature Flows Through Us", and I knew I just had to see it. Though, time went fast, and in the end, I thought I didn't get to go; but lo and behold! Yesterday, a friend took me there.

His humongous oil paintings are breathtaking. At first sight, they appear to be photographs, but a closer look shows them to be actual paintings - and his sculptures had me a bit frightened, especially A Moment of Clarity, which seems just a bit too real.

If you're near Aalborg before the 29th of April, it's worth a trip to KUNSTEN. Or, well, always is a good time to go to KUNSTEN.
Pictures by Marc Quinn Studio