Hi guys! Welcome to my first post in this 2018 year! I hope that you are good and you had amazing time for the New Year’s Eve. Now I’m preparing for the greatest holiday – Christmas. There are Orthodox Churches in the Europe and in the world that recognize the holiday dates according to the Julian calendar, for example the Russian, Ukrainian, and Serbian Orthodox Churches. Christmas is still on December 25 a holiday everyone rejoices, and most of all children. It’s a real family holiday, no one is alone. I’m sure that many of you have seen those famous American commercials where older people (father or mother, grandmother or most common widows) are waiting near the phone to be called by their children, and from the great expectations were nothing else left…
At the end of each Christmas ad you see the smiling faces of their grandchildren, their partners who are looking forward to seeing their loved ones. Such advertisements always put you to the point of thinking and you ask yourself these type of questions:
Has closeness disappeared? Has humanity “gone out” of the latest trends? Does love have a price?Are we afraid that we will be alone in our “gold” age?
When you are too young there is no too much space for thinking about that. Those questions are too serious to worry about. You don’t think about life and you just hope you always will be close to your parents. Suddenly everything in life is changing… You become a adult person, who must care about “new” family and your children and you just go away to find a better life for your family.
Christmas is a holiday that reminds us of some real values: love and respect. This should never be forgotten. Perhaps our financial standard has fallen significantly because of financial crisis and we may have become more nervous and impatient persons…
Holidays are the only time when we forget everything from our everyday life and we can take a break and everything will be just fine! We didn’t lose our way as people, that’s the most important thing. We have so many days in a year to be sad, just take you chance to spend at least this holiday time in peace and happiness.
Yesterday I went to take a package at the bus station and I watched a lot of people who came to Serbia to spend Christmas (and maybe Serbia’s New Year, we celebrate that in the night between 13/14 of January) with their loved ones. The tears of the joy, happy faces of mothers and fathers who are waiting for their children and grandchildren and most importantly: The Candies! The children react immediately! I was attracted to attention by a girl who has about 4 or 5 years maybe. She was waiting for her aunt from Germany! Naturally, the aunt came and brought a big package which was full of candies… Yesterday I was so envy on that girl, why I don’t have that aunt from Germany to bring me the package full of sweets, although I’m 25 and I’m still a kid! 😀
My mom says, “It’s all good while your children are little and they are only looking for interesting little things like candies, you know all about that and you understand them very well. When they grow up and start asking for bigger things like expensive shoes or bags, then everything is much harder to understand…”. Just to know I am still a child who enjoys in chocolate! For “bigger” things in life I work hard to get them…
It is very important, during these holidays to think about the value of mutual understanding, respect and most important thing in life: LOVE. There are many family rituals (customs) for Christmas, but that’s all in the spirit of our faith. I had wrote a text on how my family celebrate this great holiday every year, but I finally realised that it wasn’t necessary to write about it. The most important thing is to celebrate this important holiday with happiness and a warm home full of love and understanding. It’s enough for everyone, I guess!
As I said at the beginning of this post, this is my first post in 2018 and I hope you will like it. The pictures are a little different, the editing of the images are different now and they get some new artistic touch. Thank you very much for all the nice comments and kind support that you have provided me in the past year and I sincerely hope that it will be even better for us in this 2018 year with new interesting pictures and fashion stories.
Once again, I want to remind you that Christmas is the time of forgiveness and connection with people … If you have any disagreements or you have lost contact with a loved ones, call them, or better you can surprise them with a nice visit. You will see you soon in some new fashion stories and interesting travel adventures.
So far, you have learned that everything is possible in my “interesting” blogger life! I think that February will be a very interesting month on my blog, and I will not talk about it yet, but I promise you will find out in time! 🙂
I hope you enjoyed my today’s post and you will listen to my advices. I would like to hear how much you liked my today’s outfit in the post? Many of you asked me about this jacket last year when I took some photos for Instagram in Berlin… It was already the end of winter, but you know that it’s always cold in Berlin and this jacket is perfect for that weather! If there were not my friends from Glamood by Spence and with the little help of Corneliani, this “beauty” wouldn’t been here in today’s post! This jacket may have been from some past season, but we all know that style is timeless and some good fashion items will be IN (trend) forever! I want to say thank you to my friends from Glamood for understanding and letting me to make this post “delay” for almost a year! 🙂
Trouesers: Pedro del Hierro
Sweater: Massimo Dutti
Sneakers: Saint Laurent