January 20, 2013

January 16, 2013

A Cat on the Cold Tin Roof

Yes, there's a cat in this picture. This green roof is a cat paradise on sunny days and then one can only envy them...


January 14, 2013

Cold is Purple

I share this picture because I thought I looked completely different that day. I also share it because we're having a holy grail of winter weather, above zero and dry. I share it because I'm wearing my favourite clothes that I have for a long time (except the shoes) and I never get bored of. And because these shoes are warm enough that I don't have to wear snow boots. And because I thought that I looked dark like a wormhole and then I see this...

And I don't like it that you can't see my favourite earrings (from last summer), the ring I've been wearing constantly for 3 weeks and my bear paw gloves.



January 9, 2013

One-Eyed Jack

Cats are difficult subjects for photographing. They either run as fast as possible or just want to be snuggled. It was hard to get a clear photo of this one-eyed fellow, especially with my sister, the cat petting machine extraordinaire, present. It was even harder to leave...


January 5, 2013

Saturday a Rainy Day

Saturday, my favourite day, for rain and buying shoes which are not for rain and taking pictures of a heart shaped oil stain (ironiy of life?)

And what else?

* Promotional videos for the new H&M collection. I liked this one, cloudy like today:

you might like this one or this one.

Something pretty for the hair since I cut mine and it's all about pretty shiny for the hair..
And finally - like?...


January 4, 2013

Midnight's Children

After a few pages of the book I felt emerged in brilliant, living, vivid, beautiful words. It's as if I'm not reading but the things are happening around me. I see the colours, I smell every scent, I hear the music, and when someone is running, they're running around my head.

And a little warning - if you're stumble upon the episode of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia in which Charlie and Mac are writing a script for the M. Night Shyamalan's film while reading this book it will create some disturbing images. You've been warned...