Thursday, 24 May 2018

A Short Story Of The Long Royal Veil


The cold facade of the British Monarchy finally began to melt like ice.
Harry and Meghan turned that process on and continue to carry it on beautifully and magically.
There is so much dignity, love, respect, class and modesty in their attitudes. Now, my heart is melting too. It began to melt on The Royal Wedding Day of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.


I got nearly cried as it was difficult not to. 
In front of two billion people around the world, a young and exquisite woman stood in the most humble and elegant dress, that we could not ever imagine. I just could not believe it was happening...not to the Royal Family! 
I was profound touched and nearly end up with tears. It took me few days to share with you my thoughts about that wedding dress.
This wedding dress was carrying a symbol. A symbol of modesty and what is more important, 
a symbol of change. A good change. 
The main role in Meghan's wedding outfit was playing her veil. It included national flowers from the fifty three countries of the Commonwealth. This is truly fantastic symbol and message to the World.
Meghan's wedding dress was not for fashion show or vanity fair. It represented unity, love and tolerance.
They both have been strongly involved in various charities for many years, so they were extremely delighted to welcome on their Wedding Day those people, whom they helped or continue to do so.
Someone called that Wedding Day 'a spectacle.' It was not a spectacle, but the event of Unity and Change, where all World got invited to witness.
The veil was also carrying Botswana's national flower.
Under that country's sky, Harry and Meghan's love was born...


Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Sunset in Burnham Market

I love Norfolk. When I was 11 years old, I knew I would move to England. I did...13 years later...
 Why England? There is something special about this country. Landscape, people, language, Royal family, culture...weather...:-P This is kind of magic land I wanted to live in...
This place is full of inspirations. If I was rich, I would be a film producer...Honestly, I would find here amazing places so easily and create scenarios.
I still explore Norfolk. This is my first time in Burnham Market. Apparently Johnny Depp has his own house here.
Sometimes, I feel like a gypsy girl. I have no own house, but find many places...and all those places I could call my home...

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Monday, 3 July 2017

Some of my new beauty products

 This is cheaper alternative to the Rose Hip Oil from Trylogy. Both with the same natural scent and gorgeous. This one has more intensive colour.
This is my first cream from L'Occitane. I am looking forward to trying it! I like ingredients in this gorgeous little jar. Hope, my skin will like it too. It is super velvet gel consistence, hydrating moisturiser. I love this light cream formulas. I got it from sale for only £20!
 I love this shampoo from TK Maxx. It smells like candies. It has pearl colour and for this 500ml bottle I paid only £3.99! My hair loves it!
Hair conditioner from Crete. It smells like combination of honey and chamomile. 
I love mascaras from L'Oreal. The Volume Million Lashes is one of my favourite ones.

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