Hello everyone! =)
First, i would like to thank all of you guys who left comments and kind votes on my first “Winter’s Tale” post. The support was overwhelming! Thank you, it was indeed worth a whole day of cold and hard work. Thank you. Thank you so much..
And i give you the 2nd photo called “Afternoon Tea”. Some of you might recall that i did write in one of my “Beautiful Blogger”/7 facts entries that my favourite part of the house is the balcony as i spend hours there, usually in the afternoons, having some sunshine, reading a good book while having tea with my dogs lying around enjoying the fresh air and mummy’s silence. It’s also where i set up my little table and laptop when i believe i am creative or f*cked up enough to write. Or just stand there and people-watch while playing the cd of the day. And this is exactly how it looks like, when i read a book or a magazine on warmer days, sitting on the same chair, with the same tea pot on the same ancient table. The only difference is that, it’s not, no, it’s never— snowing!! So again, i would like to mention that the idea is to make the whole thing look ridiculous and unrealistic. Afternoon tea in the balcony while snowing, of course it is pure insanity.=) Like walking on snow barefooted.=) Many of you said i was crazy, that’s one word i am used to getting believe me, and not “sweet” (though i still believe i deserve that word too!) So yes, it was crazy, and that’s exactly the goal.=) We hope you like it.=)
Wearing a silk rabbit jacket by 3.1 Philip Lim, one jacket that i dont always use because like my other things, im afraid to destroy or stain it. This is only the 3rd time i’ve used it. Shoes by Pierre Hardy. I love the heels and the socks effect and of course the snake skin. Bag by Wang and necklace by Accessorize. And you know the rest (denim shorts and tank top). The book i used here is my favourite book of all time, GREEK MYTHOLOGY by Edith Hamilton.
So that’s it, i hope you like it, cuz that’s what matters..=)
Listening to- “YOU KNOW ME” by Robbie Williams
Watching- (revisiting) Fawlty Towers
Reading- “Daughters of Arabia” by Jean Sasson
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