If you’re going to San Fransisco, be sure to wear some flowers in your hair.

Maurizio picked me up after work Saturday with the motorcycle and
we went to Atwater market to buy some flowers for the terrass. You 
can also buy cheese, meat and food at the cute little market, but 
we had already too much of a problem packing 12 flowerpots in the
saddlebags. But it worked! We got it all home and started working
on the look of the terrass. You can also see pictures of what our
house and garage looks like from far. It feels so surreal to have
this little piece of garden and house right among all the skyscra-
pers. It's really cool.

So we had another BBQ and lots of beer with the neighbors Julia 
and Simon. At 2 we spontaneously decided to go to Brutopia on 
Cresent. If you live in a cool city like Montreal you can get
lucky every Saturday at your favorite bar where they have awesome
livebands -not only Saturdays but all days of the week. We were 
lucky to stumble over this really awesome Bluegrass band called 
Joshua Panda Band from North Carolina. Me and Julia danced like 
crazy and it felt just like taken from a movie. They had the 
Kentucky Fried logo on stage and the singer with the amazing 
voice looked exactly like that fat kid in American high school 
movies, that discovers music and get popular. It was really 
beautiful! He sings with crazy much feeling, just like a really 
good musician. And the music you can hear here.
My favorite songs are Masquerade, 77 Blues, Come on up to the house.

My outfit, The Geisha:
Pink paisley Shirt; JC, 
Red flower made by me.
Red Reebok that looks like
candy and that makes me 
happy each time I look at them; 
Sneakersnstuff, Sthlm.

About ceciliarosell

Swedish Montrealer with a special love for vintage, travelling, guys with beard, food and rock n' roll.
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