Wednesday, July 30, 2014

MOMENTS












Moments from this summer. The last photo was taken after I tried waterskiing for the first time. Felt like a badass afterwards :D

I'm off to work now. Have a great day!

Monday, July 28, 2014

ECHOES






I am so incredibly grateful for having these two girls as my friends. We spent the weekend at our summer cottage, just hanging out, playing cards, rowing our little boat, sweating in the sauna, swimming and cooking. This summer I've been happier than in a long time, and I owe much of it to my amazing friends. That's why I decided to post these pictures. Today I've been feeling a bit gloomier, and it's days like these when you really learn to appreciate the good moments you've had. I'd like to say a big thanks to all of my friends - you're irreplaceable. ♥

Oon aivan mielettömän kiitollinen siitä, että nää kaks ihanaa tyttöä on mun kavereita. Vietettiin yhdessä viikonloppua meidän mökillä, ja vaan hengailtiin, pelattiin korttia, soudettiin, saunottiin, uitiin ja kokattiin. Oon ollut tänä kesänä onnellisempi kuin aikoihin, ja saan kiittää siitä upeita ystäviäni. Siksi päätin tehdä postauksen näistä kuvista. Tänään oon ollut vähän apeammalla päällä, minkä vuoksi arvostan entistäkin enemmän kaikkia niitä hyviä hetkiä, joita mulla on tänä kesänä ollut. Kiitos kaikille läheisilleni, ootte korvaamattomia. ♥

Sunday, July 27, 2014

AMSTERDAM IN MARCH







Blouse - Monki / Blazer - River Island / Jeans - Gina Tricot / Bag - Longchamp / Cap - Costo / Shoes - Vagabond



Climbing wasn't as easy as I thought it would be. Never made it to the top :D



Phew! This is the last batch of photos from my trip to Brussels and Amsterdam in March. Amsterdam was picturesque; the buildings and canals were exactly like I had always imagined. We spent most of our first day shopping (I did some great finds like the blazer in the photos) and our second day exploring the town. We didn't visit Anne Frank's house since the queue seemed too long for us to bear, but we did take a tour in the Van Gogh museum, which is located close to the "I Amsterdam" monument (or whatever you should call it). The cycling culture in the city was something we all should learn from - there were bikes EVERYWHERE.

All in all, I liked the city, but somehow I was more touched by Brussels. I would definitely recommend visiting it, though. The bohemian atmosphere is really something to see.