Greetings from my freezing little hometown! I seriously suspect that our almighty fantastic weather is quietly sabotaging my blogging will and skills which seem somewhat frozen right now. I know, sounds like a pretty lame excuse but I just had to say something to justify myself a little. You know, that's human nature. We just have to come up with a good enough argumentation in every possible life situation. But enough of that, today I'm going to share entirely three bunches of vivid winter photographs with you!
The first quintuplet derives from last Sunday that we greatly spent at my grandparents' place in the countryside. E. persistently established a skating track for me and I obviously skated until I was pretty much breathless. Why? Because most of the time I was exceeding the imaginary speed limit, oops. And Astra, my grandparents' crazy-energetic German shepherd was constantly escorting me. By the way, this Little Red Riding Hood is Jenny, my parents' pile of sweetness. And the kitten is Miki, my grandparents' new baby and the coolest cat I've ever met. I just wanted to smuggle him home with me but E. ruthlessly crushed my whim.
So, secondly comes a tiny thrift shop haul I also mentioned in my last blog post. This thrift shopping trip took place on Saturday before last and everything cost 1 or 2 euros. The navy blue bow bag with heart pattern lining is brand-new and originates from a kids' label Dopo Dopo Girls. The super colourful vintage blouse is from Danz International and my oriental dress has an oriental tag I can't read. Those brownish sunnies are most likely vintage as well and last but not least - a year-round yay for cute Christmas goodies! And I'm curious, how often do you thrift shop?
And now it's time for the third group, also deriving from the weekend before last and everything was taken in or from our garden. I believe I should also call your attention to the fact that my fingers froze while catching the last two photos but I completely ignored the pain because the sight was simply too beautiful to miss. Well, when I finally rushed back inside the pain hit me with a huge hammer. I honestly thought that was it, no more fingers for me! Plus it only got worst when they started to warm up. I don't even know how long did the horror last but guys, seriously, always keep your fingers and toes warm because you don't want to experience what I experienced that day. But at least I got my photos, haha.
All in all I hope you enjoyed my winter photographs and learnt from my winter misery. Next time I will show you an outfit again and some lovely gifts from Born Pretty, including the cutest and sweetest earrings I have ever seen and owned. A couple of especially awesome thrift shop treasures are also waiting for their turn to be shared so be on your guard. And for the time being of course let me know your thoughts on today's post. See you!