X marks the spot
Not so blur
X marks the spot
Not so blur
Grilled sandwiches with ham and cheese.
A couple of these sausages.
A sandwich with mozzarella and tomato.
Grilled beef with radish salad. This was yummy.
Coffee, chocolate kohuke and a hazelnut kohuke. I didn’t like the hazelnut one at all 😦 The chocolate one was delicious.
I was working at the Estonian Food Fair this Saturday, representing our bakery. It was a busy day and sadly I didn’t have any time to go walk around the fair. I was making signs for our booth, cutting numerous loaves of bread into pieces for people to taste, selling things of course and then I was also in charge of making burgers and sandwiches. I was so tired in the evening and my feet hurt quite a bit xD
A leftover pancake, some salad and a couple of boiled eggs.
A dark chocolate covered sea salt caramel marshmallow. This was super yummy.
Snacks at Josie’s place: carrots, celery, potato chips, cheese, caramel popcorn, beetroot hummus, non-alcoholic white wine.
More snacks: apples, more potato chips, popcorn, peanuts, wild garlic hummus, salt sticks, grapes.
Coffee, instant noodles.
Josie was hosting a party for Walpurgis Night with costumes, snacks and board games. I dressed up as a fandom unicorn. Not sure what it is, but it’s what I was xD Here are some pictures of me in costume, because I thought I looked pretty and that is rare recently with all my health problems.
I hope my health will go back to normal soon. I am tired of hurting and feeling weak.
Sorry for being absent for a while, but life got busy and then I wasn’t at home for a long period of time. My boyfriend of 8 years and I got married on our anniversary 😀
Quick morning breakfast was rice and miso soup.
After I picked up our wedding cake and boyfriend went and got me a bouquet of flowers, we headed to the cornily nicknamed Happiness Palace to get married. It was just the two of us as it’s how we wanted to do it. It was our anniversary which has always been a private event for us.
Before the ceremony we had a photographer take some photos for us at the waiting room:
Me and my love.
I loved the colour of the roses so much.
After the photography session, we had a short meeting with our wedding officiator about the proceedings. Apparently a simple ceremony is customary for everyone even if you just are there to sign the papers :p We agreed on a few sweet words and then for the marriage contract to be read to us as the ceremony proceedings.
A sweet touch that we added was that we brought our own music for the ceremony (because apparently if you didn’t you would get Beatles on a pan flute xD). We picked this song – Dir en grey “Ain’t afraid to die” – and it gave us many a giggle when it started playing in the ceremony room:
I was so nervous I hardly remember what was said to us during the ceremony xD
Mrs. and Mr. Paas 😀
After the ceremony we went to a restaurant called Mimosa to have lunch.
Kali and a mimosa.
Snack selection – hummus, smoked fish mousse, two-fish cheviche, beef tartar, cheese. All of this was super delicious.
Hubby ate their daily special (cutlets and vegetable gratin) and I had a green salad with fried mushrooms, crispy carrot and an oven-baked tomato sauce which was also very tasty.
After lunch we drove to Laulasmaa Spa for a day of bathing and relaxation. First we started by eating some of our wedding cake at our hotel room:
Raspberry-cream cheese brownie cake from Killuke Kooki.
There was also a fruit and chocolate platter waiting for us in our room 😀
Anyhow, then I got a foot procedure and afterwards there was a massage session for the both of us. All super relaxing. Later we enjoyed the rest of the spa- bubble baths, an onsen, salt sauna and steam sauna etc.
Our day ended with a three-course meal in their local restaurant called Wicca. Hubby’s mocktail and my cocktail.
This was a greeting appetizer Baltic herring. Sadly, it wasn’t very good, but mostly because I don’t enjoy this type of fish very much.
Main appetizer- slow-cooked beef liver, spicy plum jam, pickled red onion, sea-buckthorn meringue and rhubarb meringue. The liver was oh so tender and lovely.
Main course- potato and leek croquettes, mushroom cream and wild mushrooms. This was delicious, albeit the croquettes being a bit too oily for my liking.
Dessert was coffee and an ice-cold cream cheesecake on raspberry cookie with raspberry sauce. Super yummy. Indrek had a crumbly pastry basket with vanilla cream and currant compote.
It was a lovely and a memorable day 😀
Happy birthday Estonia~!
Boyfriend in the snow with his bike.
Coffee, a quark pastry and some grapes.
Boiled potatoes with pork sauce and some salad.
In the evening I met up with Anna and we had dinner and beers @ Nāganaga. I had a beetroot risotto. The food was delish, the atmosphere beautiful and the company fantastic 🙂
Fries and more beer.
Creepy dolls. I like creepy dolls even though they creep me out.