sneak peek: sunday

I love those Russian dolls! It’s one of my flat mates’ I wish to travel Russia and get one of those. Also I’m considering to get blank russian dolls so make my the only one russian dolls! And since being a paparazzi 2weeks ago on conference the held where I stay, I started to take lots photos again which give me a lot of inspiration to do creative work.

My mother sent some food from Tanzania, Africa. My parents moved to Tazania last summer now they are learning language and started to settle down. Mother dried Mango and Banana at home, made dried porridge and sent all of it with 2 cans of coffee, cashew nut (It’s totally amazing although I can buy here in Sweden too but it’s much more good taste!)


love weekends!

Hello, sorry for last post up! my life has been busy and tired so I couldn’t update it. But ! today is weekend specially sunny sunday. YAY! I love weekend like this…

wake up whenever I feel like and take shower, baking bread or scones! then have a time of meditate on God and pray for coming week! it’s one of my favorite part.

And cook some food 🙂 for lunch!

Recipe/Mozzarella salad:

1 tomato, 1 mozzarella cheese, fresh basil (although I used dried one here fresh one is the best), balsamic vinegar.

color: dried tulip

I love this dried tulips! one of my roommates got tulips 3weeks ago from her church and after some time it started to dying. So I cut flowers and dried them in container on heating radiator. So I quite kept shape of it and color! I love when flower dries color get little darker, it pleases me so much.

And I have tulip plant from last year I dried them totally through out the year after it died, and this year it started to grow again! It’s first time for me to keep plant over a year so I’m very excited to have tulips from my old tulip plant. Do you have any plant?

Happy Sunday!

It’s snowing sunday! Have some scones and vanilla candle reading a book. What can be better? Here comes recipe! *I added dried cranberry (photo above)

  • prep time : under 30 min
  • potion: 8 st
    • 4 dl flour
    • 2 tsp baking powder
    • 2ml salt
    • 50 g butter
    • 2 dl milk
    • cheese or marmalade, for serving
  1. preheat oven at 250°C.
  2. Bland flour, baking powder, any of the flavorings (see Tips below), and salt in a bowl. Grind the butter or margarine into flour mixture. Add milk and mix quickly into a sticky dough.
  3. Spoon out 2 cakes, 8 buns or a length on a baking sheet with parchment paper (for 8). Bake in middle of oven 10-12 minutes.
  4. Serve scone freshly baked with cheese or jam.


Suggested seasonings for 8 scones:
1 cup dried fruit such as apricots, figs, raisins, cranberries, blueberries and goji berries
1 cup nuts or almonds
1/2 g saffron and 1 tablespoon sugar
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon and 2 teaspoons granulated sugar
1 teaspoon cardamom seeds support and 1 tsp sugar