Remembrance day

Today I’ll wear my poppies because I want to commemorate the fallen heroes that made it possible for me to live in a free country and come here from another free country. So, today, I’ll commemorate British and Romanian alike. Remembrance Day, or Poppy Day is commemorated since the end of World War I and […]

I’m 30!!!!

Yeee!! Yesterday I turned 30! I’m happy because for many reasons 30 is much better than 20! 10 years ago I was going to the University and staying with my mother. I had to study things I liked, but, even so, it was an obligation. I had no clue what a balance diet can do […]

British Pudding Day

Yesterday was British Pudding Day, so we celebrated with a Sticky toffee pudding. It was so good! Isn’t it lovely to celebrate all the sweet-days? With such an excuse, indulging can only be guilt-free 🙂 Hubby loved the pudding even if he is not a big fan of dates. I must admit I thought 200 […]

Bonfire night

I’ve read about the tradition on 5th November on the bonfirenight website. It’s very interesting. Queen Elizabeth I died in 1603 and the Catholics hoped her successor will be more tolerant of their religion. He wasn’t, so 13 men tried to blow up the Houses of Parliament, hoping they will kill the King and the […]


Southport, a lovely city near the Irish Sea. Yesterday we went there, hubby had a meeting and I took advantage to go for a walk on the coast. As usual, the ducks are so friendly and eager to eat. I had nothing for them, unfortunately. Seagulls on Marine Lake. They are very friendly as well. […]

Photo shoot

Today’s photo shoot. A simple outfit, but with great accessories. My H&M bag, with a lovely design and colour. Marks & Spencer, as usual. I love them, they are so comfy and I love their heel. A new line of products from Magic Accessories*. FacebookTwitterPinterest You might also like No related posts.


This is a panoramic view of Liverpool. The Irish Ferry with the destination Belfast. It looks very nice, but I the last time I was on a ferry I said I’ll avoid them. The Seacombe ferry (Birkenhead – Liverpool). This is one of the ventilation shafts of the Mersey tunnels. The other ventilation shaft. We […]