Well not me, immigrants don’t get to vote yet. 😊
Kétfarkú Kutya Párt (two-tailed dog party) is a joke political party in Hungary. They’ve been mocking Hungarian politicians for years, and they keep doing just that for this year’s elections.
Yet this little sign, that I found in the park where Lili and I go to play, is the best thing I’ve seen come out of this year’s campaign. They planted red currant, black currant, mulberry, raspberries, thyme, rosemary, all around the park, as part of a Gorilla Gardening (sic) action to make our children’s parks friendlier and more beautiful.
Here is hoping that no one destroys those plants out of spite.
This is not our first time taking cooking courses with Adri, and certainly not the last. We always enjoy a nice evening talking about food, learning new tricks, laughing, and eating obviously. 🙂
This time around, we cooked mussels with parmesan and parsley, followed by warm goat cheese with salad, olives, and wallnuts, and a beef cheek stew (with lots of wine) with mashed potatoes, and crème brûlées for dessert. Sounds delicious, doesn’t it? Wait until you see the pictures! 🙂
People like to eat People — Julia Child
We walked around the city and took a few pictures.
Working for Automattic is pretty great. Not only is the work fun and challenging, I also get to travel quite a bit. In the past few years, I’ve discovered San Francisco, Pune, Kauai, Dublin, and many other interesting places.
This month I added two more cities to my list: Madrid, Spain, and Albuquerque, New Mexico. I didn’t take many pictures in Madrid, but I know my colleague Donncha will keep adding more pictures from our trip to his photo blog in the next few months. 😊
I did, however, take a few pictures in Albuquerque.