After the church we went to Humphrey's to celebrate and this cafe/pub is absolutely gorgeous. I'll post more pictures of this magical place later this week
We also visited Blijdorp, a zoo which is 150 years old. This Zoo has a nice personal story, which I'll tell in more detail also another day
Pretending to be bulls
baking cookies at Tante Welmoet's home
This was in Naturalis, where you can see my little son's shadow on the wall
Visiting Opa in Veere, which is one of the oldest places in the Netherlands to be granted cityrights, but has hardly changed in size in more than 750 years, so in my estimation must be one of the smallest cities in the world
Nice walks with Opa
Seeing wonderfully Kitsch Postcards
encounter with a cow
Now on a different note, I just caught up with a few of my favorite blogs and read onAbby try again that there is a wonderful bookreview week going on. I love books and though a bit late, I'll join today with two of my favorite art books.
Rik Wouters, a Belgian painter.
August Macke known for his gorgeous watercolors.
Both painters I like for their use of colour
I'll be back tomorrow with my favorite craft books