Hey guys! I’ve just seen the cutest funniest awesome cat video in the world. I recommend you to have patience and watch it entirely. It’s worth it!
It really makes your day better.
Hey everybody! Look what I’ve found. I hope it will cheer you up.
I’d really love to, but…
1. I have to floss my cat.
2. I want to spend more time with my blender.
3. the man on television told me to stay tuned.
4. it wouldn’t be fair to the other Beautiful People.
5. I’m enrolled in aerobic scream therapy.
6. I have to check the freshness dates on my dairy products.
7. I’m planning to go downtown to try on gloves.
8. I’m trying to see how long I can go without saying yes.
9. I’ve come down with a really horrible case of something or other.
10. my subconscious says no.
11. the last time I went, I never came back.
12. none of my socks match.
13. I’m having all my plants neutered.
14. I changed the lock on my door and now I can’t get out.
15. I never go out on days that end in “Y.”
16. I’m trying to be less popular.
17. my favorite commercial is on TV.
18. I have to stay home and see if I snore.
and my favorite…
19. I have to study for a blood test.
Thank you dear bloggers and viewers!
It means a lot to me that people spend their time to read my words. I met some great people here and I read some very interesting posts. I’m sure I will continue to read great stories of people that put their heart and soul into the words.
Lots of hugs for each and every one of you and have a good day!
Yeah, I know. It took me a long time to post the second part of this trip. I had so many things to do. I life changed entirely, but I will talk about that in a different post.
First of all, I want to say: Heyyyy, I missed you all.
Secondly, I took a picture at this carnival that I couldn’t resist showing you.
Haha! He was very supportive when I tried to take a picture with him.
This is a gorgeous building from San Marco Square. I struggled a lot to catch it on my photo because it was a little bit too far and it was night. However, it worth it!
The angels from Venice! I think they “escaped” from those 100 churches I saw there. I entered one and I was amazed by how beautiful it was. I’m not a religious person, but the architecture was incredible.
And now… the devils! Haha. Just joking. I am pretty sure these people live in Venice, because they have such a complex costume and it’s hard to believe that a tourist had the idea to buy something like that and dress up. Venice is a pretty small city and the population that live there is very very small. First of all, living in a city full of tourist everyday isn’t that great. Secondly, all the buildings are so expensive and so old that are considered work of art. Owners rent those buldings for expensive parties. Imagine how it would be going to a party where there are paintings that worth hundred thousand euros. I would be scared to touch anything. )
These are some pictures with some masks and costumes from their stores. I like that red dress. Imagine that a few centuries ago, people were dressing like that. Unbelieveble.
I wish you a great day!
My vacation is off so I should probably get back to work (work means studying and making projects). However, it was a short but very welcomed trip. I heard about the carnival of Venice, but I wasn’t that excited about it (knowing that Italian people don’t party as much as I want to), but I was wrong. I saw thousands of people drinking, enjoying themselves and partying in costumes, in Venice, during the carnival. Unfortunately, the weather was a little bit too cold and that scared a lot of tourists. I am very upset that I haven’t bought a costume or even a mask, just to feel the spirit of the carnival. I adored people dressed up like a duke or a duchess. It made me think about the old times in Venice, when people was actually dressing like that while having a promenade on those antique streets, especially that this is a city which is unchanged by centuries. It was a great experience! I visited Venice 50 times, but I’m never tired to admire his structure, the stores and the water bus (on which I adore to be). It’s indeed a unique city. But, it has a small defect: TOURISTS…lots of them and all kinds of them. If you are in a hurry, it’s impossible to arrive on time. They stop, take photos, go back and walk slow, everything that you don’t want to see when you are late. )
Enough with writing…let’s see some pictures.
I love this murano glass items. You can see them everywhere in Venice. All stores have items like these that tourists can buy as a memory from the trip. I have to say they are a little bit expensive. These items in the picture are from a hotel near the entrance in Venice.
This is the entrance of the hotel Bellini in Venice. I heard that the chandelier costs a fortune.
I captured Deadmou5 (his replica , not the real dj). I like the most the colourful way they dressed.
Mice from Venice…big ones .
Gondolas at night, resting…I heard that these boats are passed from father to son for generations. They can’t be sold or gifted to somebody else. A trip with this beauty costs approximately 100 euro.
It was snowing at that moment (which is very rare in Italy – once a year). I tried to capture those incredible buildings. Hard Rock Cafe managed to advertise itself in a unique way.