I can’t seem to wake up… No wonder actually. Here, in Estonia (far North!), it’s so dark outside. The sky is covered with thick grey clouds and no sun comes through. And most of the time the sun is on the other side of the earth anyway… Wake me up when it’s April! 😉 Advertisements
will not bore you with a well curated gallery of nice gifts. (Although I love to watch those pictures when someone else has posted them!) Here is just a very practical list of last minute presents. Satisfaction guaranteed. For the father: Get him a newspaper subscription so he always has something to hide behind when… Continue reading They will remember THESE Christmas gifts. / NEID jõulukinke nad ei unusta.
So I’m drinking my morning coffee in a cafe. From 9-11 a.m. it’s 2.40 EUR (about 2.73 USD). And I have a discount card, so I get it for 2.16 EUR. And I have a customer card so every 10th is for free. But that’s not all! I can read 2 major national daily newspapers… Continue reading Le Weekend. Morning math.
I can’t say that I love autumn, but there are some bitter sweet moments in it. Wanting to grab the last flowers, greens, veggies and fruits from the garden. Before the frost takes them. That last fresh peppermint… the tea from it tastes so much different from summer time. Those kale and salad leaves that… Continue reading Save the best for last.
This is my childhood teddy bear. My one and only favorite. My dad had given it to my mom before I was born so it’s even older than me. It was so worn out that at some point my mom had to make a second coat for him (I think the bear definitely looks like… Continue reading My teddy bear.
It sounds like a math test, right? Some say that you have to live in the present, others recommend to always think ahead. You actually can’t live in the past unless you have mastered time travel. You can only actually be in the present which must be the right answer then. But what about our… Continue reading Living in the past, present or future?
The fall. I never knew autumn was called that before I visited America in 1995. Emotionally the fall is the falling time for me. Long dark nights, days without a ray of sunshine, cold, rainy, muddy, winter ahead…. Too much time indoors… I mean, it’s Estonia! Many people consider this country too cold to live… Continue reading Le Weekend. Is the fall falling?