I loved this TED talk so I am sharing it:
Saturday, July 29, 2017
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
As always, I lack time in the summer. So I will say goodbye and will be back with the first rainy days at the end of the summer. I am attaching some photos from Croatian seaside, it was lovely to swim for couple of days.
I am busy growing my vegetables:
My favourite sweet is terragon potica, here I backed half of potica terragon, half with blueberries:
News from few weeks back: the pope asked American first lady about potica, it was nice to see how many articles were published on this topic, here is one of them:
I have spent many beautiful walks with husband and Wolfie. This Sunday we were lucky to pick up these:
A new highlight of this summer: I love to swim and my nieces and a nephew love to swim, but their parents not so much. I love taking them to huge open swimming pool for a swim. I love being their aunt.
There were also some moments in July that I felt my childnessness again.
I was invited to an uncle's barbecue and nobody bother to tell me that also a distant relative was invited with her newborn, aged 4 weeks. It was aweful, all conversation involved talking about the baby, memories of giving childbirth, breastfeeding etc. Did I have to contribute anything to the conversation? Social gatherings like that remind me that I don't fit and that I never will.
I spent some lovely moments with our distant family from Australia. I loved talking to them. We were talking about something and I know that I was thinking how easily I bond with some people. But then there was a comment (said by couple 15 years old then me, with 3 grown up children): "Yes, the wheels of life are turning." (the remaining of the sentence had to do something about their children and grandchildren). I don't have children, so what are my wheels of life?
I love the impact that my pen-friends have on my life. I got a book recommendation from my beloved pen-friend, I just love this book:
Some quotes from the book that I liked:
“We cannot change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the hand.”
“Time is all you have and you may find one day that you have less than you think.”
“When we're connected to others, we become better people.”
This is all for now... enjoy the summer! (or if you are from the opposite part of the world, enjoy the winter ;)