I just had a crazy evening (which by my friends standards, is actually towards normal). Taking off from work by 18.30, I left to find last minute WhatsApp messages from a good friend. She offered a place to stay, drinks to take and an impromptu dinner together. It was a posh lawyer-firm paid for hotel. … Continue reading Travel -loving parents: Why I’m grateful
One evening in 2016 I was playing messenger, chef assistant and little red riding hood. Up the hill I went with my Brioche package, wrapped in aluminium foil. The breeze cooled down 27 degree heat and I took a short cut. I came just in time to see my swiss step grandfather rolling in with … Continue reading North Side, South Side: Playing the Little Red Riding Hood
I don’t get it. Why is it that no matter how I twist or turn... and baby, I have turned – The modern world simply does not support families – loyalty – health – or common sense? Values which I was brought up to believe in, are just LOST. Families are supposed to be the … Continue reading Impossible to Keep Principles in the Modern World
The name of the game this week is... telepathy. Some of the most grey stuff you can find in science and yet. What I found out, was something necessary to being human. It concerns thoughts, subconscious, distance, emotions and the universe. The Greeks call it feelings from a distance. Now why did I go into … Continue reading What is your Vibration
One day coming back from work I decided a big bag is an awesome bag. Food,toiletries, notes, aside from change of clothes - this is where I live at work and on the road. And you don't want a sissy tiny clutch for that purpose. So I proclaimed that I would save up a grand … Continue reading Longchamp: What Did I Pay For?