Hello, guys! How has your April progressed so far? Mine has been both - good and bad. Completely unnecessary but still long-lasting drama (that I despise 100% and more) and a difficult surgery my parents' American Cocker Spaniel Jenny had to go through form the bad stuff, obviously. But what about the good stuff? Well, fortunately there has been a touch of positivity and excitement too (besides the obvious fact that Jenny is a tough little warrior ♥).
For instance an impromptu day trip to the capital town on a rainy Saturday on April 12 (we had only 15 minutes to get ready for the departure of our transport!). But picture that: I forgot to bring my camera along! It felt unwonted and hollow without my DSLR and as a result I now have zero photos to share with you from that very trip. No outfit, no food, no nothing. In a word - a bummer... I mean if I would feel like exaggerating. ;)
But anyway, one more positive thing. Have you heard of the civic movement called Let's Do It! World? This movement began in our little Estonia in 2008 when more than 50 000 sturdy volunteers cleaned up at least 10 000 tons of illegal waste and garbage in only one day. This year I and my coworkers will participate and do some gentrification in our little hometown on May 2. And if you want to chip in or just see what it's all about click here to browse the international website or here to catch a glimpse of the Estonian one. Because there is no logical reason why not to take care of the environment, nature around us, our small or not so small hometowns. Let's do it!
old unknown earrings | Cubus necklace | Hilfiger Denim top | thrifted Dorothy Perkins blazer | Lindex bomber jacket | H&M pants | Gebok booties.
Joik is an Estonian brand that for one thing offers the most amazing scented candles (they also produce body creams, soaps, bath truffles etc.). And when I say the most amazing I seriously mean it. I have previously owned and used up Creme brulee, Sweet peppermint and Apple cider which were all awesome in their own way.