you might remember this curious "map" which hangs on my kitchen-wall.
I bought it at "Dussmann", the greatest bookshop in Berlin, Friedrichstraße - a boulevard that seems as far away as London in times of an almost complete lockdown in Berlin...
That map was "only" a gift wrapping paper which I framed - but I love to sit at the table in front of it, studying the drawings which of course are not true to the scale :-)
and know that I walked through all (yes: all!) those streets on my month-long stays in London.
I miss it.
I miss London, I miss England (and Scotland too).
Green is the colour of hope, we say in Germany -
so: it has the right colour.
You asked me how I cope with being so much alone (as most people are these days).
In the following days I will write what I do to avoid to not become depressed. The order is of no importance - I just like to start somewhere, so here it is:
1. safe-bet (for me):
1. Make a bucket list of places you want to see again.
Look at your photographs, or your diary, or call to mind what you especially loved. Write about your imaginary trip, draw, dream.
Be thankful that you had the chance to see it at least once.
And: - I try to learn taking nothing for granted and
What are you dreaming of, dear friend? Which Fata Morgana runs through your head? And what are your best hints?
Waiting for your answer