Hey! I just had to write another tiny blog post before travelling to yet undiscovered but presumably marvelous coastal town Agios Nikolaos in Crete. You, guys, should click http://www.cretetravel.com/guide/agios-nikolaos/ to see what I'm so anxiously babbling about. Oh and have some of you perhaps been there already, or in beautiful Crete generally? :) For me it's the third time but third time's a charm anyway so no wonder. And if you're interested then the posts of Crete 2009 sit here and Crete 2010 is located here.
But why did I start this post in the first place? Of course because I wanted to say thank you for all those sweet get well wishes you guys so kindly left me. I'm still coughing and blowing my nose occasionally but at least the torturous agony has left the building and I
almost feel like a normal human being again. All in all the whole flu experience sucked big time (well hello, Captain Obvious!).
Anyway, I should probably say something about today's mostly yellowish-kind of summery photographs. The first three were taken in our blooming garden on May 3 and that handsome leopard originates from a fabulous thrifted blouse I snatched from my favourite thrift shop on May 2. It's a very awesome vintage silk blouse that cost me €3 and I already hatch a plan how to combine it on Saturday when we begin our journey. With an airy maxi skirt maybe...
Now, my multicoloured manicure is quite fresh too and I got it on May 6. And the last three photos date back to year 2012! They were taken on August 3, not far from our house during an evening walk I and mom took with the doggies. And because of the strong yellowish note I thought they would be perfect here. Some warm, authentic summer moments, just the way I like it.
And of course I hope you, guys, also enjoy today's photo stream. Already tomorrow we'll be leaving Estonia and welcoming Crete which by the way means I will not post anything throughout the next week. Because in my book a true vacation and computers simply don't go together. Anyway, see you all when I'm back, presumably supremely relaxed and certainly 100% free from this vicious cold. I believe in your strengthening power, Crete, so please don't let me down! ;)