These are a few ways to rekindle the joy we used to feel as children. Pure and innocent!
Playing carefree with my daughter while swimming!
All dressed up, before attending a dress up party for grown ups, themed “The 70’s”!
My darling husband as Mary Poppins on the beach!
An embarrassing yet hilarious moment with my son, while having lunch at T.G.I.Friday’s!
There’s no morning without having my coffee after the kids are off to school!!!!
- What feeds your enthusiasm for life? Fear of death, my husband and children, hope!
- If someone made a movie of your life would it be a drama, a comedy, a romantic-comedy, action film, or science fiction? Drama combined with comic elements.
- If you were to perform in the circus, what would you do? I’d be an acrobat. Up there, close to the roof on the swings!
- You are given $500 and the chance to exchange it for one of two envelopes. One envelope contains $5,000 and one contains $50. Do you make the trade? Why or why not? $500 is sort of in the middle and a lot better than $50, given the 50-50 chances of choosing. So, I’d play it safe.
Happy birthday celebration!
Sunday Lunch. Family celebration!
@a bar. Grown-ups celebration!
I wish I could redefine myself.
My magic 8-ball that has an answer for every wish!
This Sunday’s challenge was a difficult one. I even studied a bit about natural resources in Wikipedia. So, this is my entry (as close as I could get). Hope I got it right!
Land gives us trees for oxygen, food, shelter.
The sea gives us fish and enables us to explore our world.
Animals give us food, enable our clothing and keep us company.
This year has been a difficult one for us. I’m thankful we are all in good health. I’m thankful we have a roof over our heads and food on our table. I’m thankful for my family especially my children that light up my heart whenever they look at me, smile to me or hug me.
Above all I am thankful to God for making all this possible.
Four of the reasons I’m thankful.
Looking at my photographs I realize that liquids in all forms are quite important to me, especially the sea. I ‘d like to share with you a few photographs from a few places I ‘ve traveled to, that mean a lot to me. They are my favourite places, that I keep returning to when I have the chance. I know I might be repeating myself by posting photographs of the same places, but I’m always at peace when I get there and I hope that I can convey this feeling to all of you.
Whenever we go there, whether it’s summer or winter it ALWAYS rains at least once. I just love it!
This is a river (cannot remember the name right now) on our way to Giannena, which is a major city of Southern Greece, where my father-in-law lives. We always stop there. It always fascinates me.
This is our favourite wine bar, in the centre of Athens. It’s not a travel destination but whenever we go out, it’s probably the place we’ll go.
Having my morning coffee, on holiday, looking at the most amazing view. What more can I want?
I’ve found such peace on this island. It’s like a second home to me.
I just love this city because it’s built around this lake and has great history.
One of the swimming pools of the hotel we were staying at. Totally wow!