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July 2, 2010

Today

  • We had 31 degrees in a shadow.
  • Today A. had a work meeting in a French part of Switzerland. I decided to make him a company. I was walking and wondering around while he was working. It  felt so nice to greet strangers (it is usual in this country and I like it!) with a beautiful “Bonjour”.
  • I spend a few hours lying (Veronika? ;)) in a shadow by the river, reading a very good book… thinking why I never did this on Talvera river while living in Bolzano those years.
  • I found a perfect poppy-daisy-cornflower field (there will be pictures).
  • I showed to A. “Shawshank Redemption”… Yeap there are people who never saw number one movie.
  • We ate best melon ever.
  • And it is still a beautiful day and the best part of it (with sun going down) just began…
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July 1, 2010

summer love

June 14, 2010

rain again

– This week I baked home bread for the first time.  It appears to be super tasty and also very very cheap.

– I watched “Ondine” (2009) and I think it is perfect. The movie is so inspiring with its great music, picture and blue tones. Loved it. Maybe I just adore all these stories about mermaids and serenas.

– All this weekend was rainy (which is common thing for weekends here, while workdays are quite sunny). We (the three of us) went for a walk to a forest next to our village, when we got sick of sitting at home yesterday. The forest was fresh and fragrant after two days of rain. And I caught myself thinking that I never seen such a beautiful forest. I know I am from Lithuania (country of forests) and since my childhood I was spending my summers at countryside where I was very close to nature. Our forest here  is so full of flora and fauna that it is hard to believe. You stand and look around and hear so many noises – everything is moving around. We also found a pond yesterday and it looked alive because of all the swimming fishes in it. Shower made us run home. We got totally wet, but I really love this kind of moments.

– We visited an open air flower market and it seems that selecting a tall flower for our living room is going to be not an easy task. Actually, I don’t thing there are beautiful tall flowers for indoors. The same thing with furniture. I would like everything  to be  white and my husband likes something more interesting.  It was much more easier in Italy when all the apartments were already furnished and we didn’t have to decide anything.

P.S. trailer of “Ondine” movie is here.