We were all chocolat-ed up from my cake and all the weekend festivities so we went for a small cheesecake! (the candles cost more than the cake, but you have to have candles. You have 29 on your cake only once!)
“WORK comes in many forms…
Work can totally be “just a job”…
It can be kind in spirit yet still grand in expectations…
Work can take everything you’ve got and then give it all right back….
We are the next generation of bosses, I suppose.It will be up to us whether we spend our energy dictating the process or focusing on the product.
Just something to think about…”—
After the summer vacation, I came back to work and found misery! The conversations went like that:
Me: How was your holiday?
Me: Why what happened?
Colleague: Nothing much. I went (there) and it was mm OK.
Me: You didn’t like it?
Colleague: Well you know. The crisis, the recession, not much money, we are trying.
My thoughts- Seriously? Are you seriously talking to me about money, when you did go on a vacation, you did spent money and you did go with the people you chose? What is wrong with everyone? Why do they always find something to be miserable about?
Yes I know the hard way that Greece is in recession right now, I now what it means things to be tough, but I am not willing to be miserable about it! And I really can’t stand people that are like that for no reason! You are healthy, you have your life, enjoy it!
And as closing note: Greece is so beautiful that makes my heart hurt seeing people that don’t appreciate it, populate it.
And because we are always matching, our birthdays are close like 2 days close to each other! We wont have a celebration this year! And also there is this no-gifts aggreement. So nothing special planned!
BUT I’m just thinking of baking something special for my man! Do you have any suggestions?
The funny thing is that I had everything planned, all the food that was going to be consumed all weekend lond, from fruit to breakfast to dinner. What I hadn’t planned was that our fishing would go this well!
I’m just going to say this. We had a REALLY nice weekend.
I’ve loved reading blogs a long time now! I like different points of view, I like information, I like everything about them. BUT, I don’t read your blogs for the giveaways. If your blog is about your life, I like reading about your life. If your blog is about your outfits, I like reading it for the outfits. I like them for what they are, not the gifts you give to your readers to keep them reading your blog!
This giveaway spam that has been happening on my dashboard and my google reader is really annoying! I will have to stop reading your blog! If you have nothing to blog about don’t blog! It’s OK. It’s normal! Don’t loose the readers that love your blog for that. If you still want to do giveaways there are more beautiful ways other than not blogging for a week or so and the one post you do is the giveaway winner. Come on!
Please dear bloggers come back to the blogging world and be bloggers again! Please, pretty please?
We are back! Not for long of course! Come the weekend( I’m already thinking of the weekend….) we will be at the beach again. What would you do if you had to work and it was 43 degrees Celsius outside? It’s the longest we’ve gone with so much heat. I can’t take it any more.
By now you should be used to the fact that it is not possible to use any heating device near my head!
(shorts: H&M, top and shoes : local boutiques - you like the small polka dots?)
“They take pictures of mountain climbers at the top of a mountain. They’re smiling, ecstatic, triumphant. They don’t take pictures along the way cos who wants to remember the rest of it. We push ourselves because we have to, not because we like it. The relentless climb, the pain and anguish of taking it to the next level. Nobody takes pictures of that. Nobody wants to remember. We just wanna remember the view from the top. The breathtaking moment at the edge of the world. That’s what keeps us climbing. And it’s worth the pain. That’s the crazy part. It’s worth anything.”—Grey’s Anatomy Monologue (via justbesplendid)