vrijdag 30 juli 2010

Hot town, summer in the city..

I stole this entire post of this great blog, but I love it just too much!

This captures the summer in it's whole greatness!

donderdag 29 juli 2010

Going strong

Captures summer in a perfect way.

(Also the months after, but let's not think about that ;-)..)

zondag 25 juli 2010

Summer lovin'

Hi guys!

I'm so sorry for the lack of posting, but the simple excuse is that I'm enjoying summer to it's fullest.

Last week my internship was finished and now I don't have any obligations. I don't have a job and I have to say, I'm loving it! Since I'm 14 I always worked a lot in the summer, so when I knew that after my internship it would all be finished I decided to keep it like that for a few weeks. After I'm back from my vacation I will search for something new, but for now I'm sucking up all the free time I'm now enjoying. Weeks with completely no plans. It's the best. Wake up at half past 9. Enjoy breakfast. Watch some tv. Go to the beach. Buy a new camera. Play with it (it's my new love). Sit in the garden. Drink wine. Eat fruits. Read books. See my friends. THE BEST!

maandag 12 juli 2010

Hide my head I wanna drown my sorrow

Crazy weekend.

Something happened I still can not believe. This has nothing to do with the final yesterday evening (altough I'm ofcourse so proud of our boys).

Sometimes it's a mad world.

Photo by renéesturme/blog.

vrijdag 9 juli 2010

New York, concrete jungle where dreams are made of

Today it's exactly one year ago that J. and I went to NY. I actually can't believe it's already been a year. Time flies so quick!

So today my mind sometimes goes back in time and I remember all the great things we saw, did and happened to us.

The photo above is I think the best experience we had in the Big Apple (how tacky to call it like that ;-)..).. When I look at this picture I remember everything so vibrant. The shop where I bought two slices of pizza and some orange juice. The beautiful weather. The amazingly high buildings where still at 11 in the evening you could see people work or gym. And specially the girls who sad infront of us. They were very.. interesthing. It was like we were in a episode of Gossip Girl. They were so font of themselves and loved to hear themselves talk. And the things they said! J. and I were just observing them and sometimes we looked at each other and we knew we were thinking the exact same. I really liked it. This is how we, European people, know America for. Luckly this was the exception (ok, together with two guys who didn't knew each other but out of the blue started to talk to each other about guns at the Statue of Liberty), but it was fun to whitness.

Aah, sweet memories. They all come back.