Even though we spent enormous amount of time on building supply stores, we also visited some other places and of course bought other things too. For an example my Saab's trunk was full of food-stuffs bought from a wholesale store.
Also got a sand-coloured stripy top from Amisu, purple studded jacket/sweater and electric blue low heels from Link. Last two were -70% cheaper, so I payed only 4,80 euros and got both of them. Actually I was looking for a nice pair of wedges and was already losing my hope, but then found the perfect black classical wedges which are unbelievably lightweight. I absolutely love them and wait for the spring so much!
Anyway, some time we visited McDonald's and did a drive in to enjoy our meals and free McSundaes that is actually my favourite ice cream. Also stopped by at Erik's parents' house before driving back to Jõgeva.
|What I Wore 26.02: knitwear - Topshop, second hand; golden blouse - second hand; scarf - Halens; leggings - Amisu; boots - Pertti Palmroth; jacket - Guess.|
Later we watched the Estonian Song 2011 show to see which song will represent Estonia in Eurovision Song Contest this year in Dusseldorf. I didn't like the winner - "Rockefeller Street" performed by Getter Jaani and now I probably don't have to watch Eurovision at all.
I think there were two songs I kind of liked: firstly "Don't Want Anything" performed by Jana Kask and secondly "I Wanna Meet Bob Dylan" performed by Outloudz. The first one is a so called radio song and the second one is just a cool breezy song. In my opinion one of them should have won.