Monday, August 20, 2012

My dream wedding is...

Vintage Wedding Dresses
The thought of moving to Barcelona still pumps in my head and I cannot stop thinking on how it will be to organize my wedding there, right on the beach. With a small audience will be a perfect wedding. ;-) well, perfect for us. We should thou get civil married here in our country of residence because you have to be civil married in order to have a wedding, being on the beach or not.
Here is what I've found just looking for 3 minutes, with the help of our dear friend Google:
Destination Weddings in Barcelona:

And I found this beautiful blog with lots of information and things you need for a wedding in Barcelona, but not only, it's a bout weddings in the whole Spain:

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

More Than a Feeling with Swarovski: Curiosity

More Than a Feeling with Swarovski: Curiosity

Chandelier earrings
$83 -

Wedding jewelry

Emoti - Curiosity

Can't say this is particularly what I want to wear @my wedding, but it sure looks glamour and will go very well with my shinny slim silhouette ...

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Why people stop dreaming?

Why do we end being so miserable? When do we stop dreaming and start acting like real adults, with real worries and real wounds? I cannot imagine life without a smile and life without the sun, be it just deep in my heart. I cannot imagine living next to a man who does not appreciate me the way I am, with goods and bads. I cannot imagine why people stop dreaming for something better, for something good in their lives. It is because life it's so hard we cannot see the good part of it, or just because we were taught to just accept everything that comes along without arguing about it?

Of course, it's a good thing to take life as it is when you cannot change the facts, but it's deplorable when you don't look any further. And I see this "acceptance" every day, when I look at some of my friends, especially to the females: I have a friend and she's so not wanting to see the things in other way then the one she was raise. With all the religious believes that drag her back, with all the social dogmas and all it comes with it. She just can't see herself earning more than 500-700 euros per month, nor doing something out of the ordinary. She just wants to follow a pattern and stick with it. And if she will never dream more than that, it is a fact that actually she'll never have more. And that is so sad. Why do people stop dreaming and start grumbling!? We only have one life and we can make so much out of it. Why don't we take advance of it and just do it? I would like all the people to start look into the mirror and actually realize that this is now, it's happening now and they have NOW the chance to do something. The past is past. The future is something it will come, someday...tomorrow, the day after tomorrow...but THE PRESENT! Oh, the present is it a present! Make the most of it!

Friday, August 10, 2012

Refresh your dreams - Letter of the week (8)

Reading that Spanish edition of "Emotional Healing" (not sure if this is the official title for the English Version, what I'm reading right now is called "Curacion Emocional" in Spanish) I've felt the urge to go further and buy some more English/Spanish books. If my English were native and if I could write better, I will do it just like Kinsella. She thinkis exactly as I do. She sometimes feels the same, too. And God knows what else do we have in common. For me reading in a Foreign language is a pleasure, and sometimes it's an nightmare. Not actually a real nightmare, as I get to at least guess what's the meaning of an word or another, but because I have to stay super focused on the reading and not to lose myself into words. He! It's easy to say, a little bit hard to put it in practice, especially when you're reading in the metro.
But there we go with the list of hot spots. Don't expect something BIG, I just remembered I love Sophie's writing style after reading "Can you keep a secret?" back in 2009. And now I want more. And she wrote so many books since it below:

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Confessions of a Shopaholic - Sophie Kinsella; Paperback

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The Secret Dreamworld Of A Shopaholic - Sophie Kinsella; Paperback

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Sleeping Arrangements - Madeleine Wickham; Paperback

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The Undomestic Goddess - Sophie Kinsella; Paperback

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Remember Me? - Sophie Kinsella; Paperback

Monday, August 6, 2012

I'm currently setting another theme.

Don't be surprised to see all kind of colors, themes, shapes, etc.
I'll be back!

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

My nails are made to be polished!

Look at these nails: so easy to make with such a great visual impact! I love them! The glitter one is actually a natural mauve with some glitter on top. I was inspired by some models seen on pinterest. And this is what came out!

Click on photo to enhance ;-)