The red bag is a flea market find from the time of my red bag obsession phase few years ago. It doesn't have a story, but it has a sister Anotherredbag, a bit bigger that is currently on a sick leave (broken zipper).
This scarf, on the other hand, has a story and you know me, I'm gonna tell it. I bought it about 10 years ago at the Belgrade book fair. Why therewas a place to buy scarves on a book fair, don't ask me. Anyway, the moment temperature goes over 10°C I wear it all the time until the first snow. I almost lost it two times. Once I forgot it in a bus to a town where my parents live. I ran back and fortunately the bus was still there. And the other time it slipped and fell in front of another bus while I was crossing the street and I didn't notice. The driver saw it and honked until I realized what happened and came back.
In the end a book by a Serbian writer Momo Kapor. I like it so much that I've been rereading again and again since high school. Unfortunately, i don't think it was ever translated to English.
I've adored: my sister for 25 years, nicest boy in the world for 10, mom and dad for almost 28 years, and four best girls in the world for 14 years already.
These heart shaped lights survived many holidays, but got lost during the move few years ago. Now I'm on the quest to find new ones, but that's possible only around New Year. Nevertheless, this is my go to picture for the LOVEly mood.
I'll be quick: I am cold!!! It has been -10°C for two weeks. Thank you, I know what to wear now, a comforter and a blanket. And the picture below is how most of my pictures look like at the moment. The view makes the way to the work prettier bur sometimes in the morning I can't tell if I'm in the city or in the Alps.
And now the links (to look under a blanket).
* Back in school I was never good at science. Teachers liked me, though, so my grades were fine. But this chandelier is the very effective use of science if you ask me...
* Of course I love cateye look, that's really obvious. But even after years of practice I like finding new tutorials. This one is even illustrated.
* This would've been more suitable for a New Years resolution post, but reading it really made me happy. Why not see 100 ways to lead a better life anytime of the year?