Hi guys, I wanted to post some pictures from a few days ago when me and some other friends were invited to one of my cousins house to celebrate her newborn son. We had a really nice time rogether chit-chatting, eating, drinking wine, and just relaxing together at her house. We ended up going home no sooner than 3am 😱 I can tall you it’s not exactly what I am used to lately but the fun we had made the time fly by so fast that we didn’t even realize time was that much. Anyways here are the pictures from that night, and for now bye bye.. 😘
Hi guys! Here I am back in good old Albania again. Me and the kids had a wonderfull time in Sweden with my family. We miss them already, but at the same time it was nice to get back home to my hubby. The kids were happy to see their dad as well. So thank you to my wonderfull family for everything we love you and will see you soon when you get down here soon in August! Here are some random pictures for you guys, and there is more to come soon I promise. In mean time take care! 🙂
On my Last post I asked if any of you had any ideas or requests on what you would like us to post about, we had one blogger who asked if we could write a post about how come we live in two different Countries, and just a little story about us two. That blogger is Bjondina you can click on the link to check out her blog. So I`m going to write a brief story-post about it, and we want to thank her for giving us a suggestion on what you would like us to write about.
we are actually 5 sisters in our family, me and Vlora (the first sister that started this blog with me) are the ones who mostly burn for fashion and style, so we had thought for a long time about starting a blog, where we could post about things that we like, and just general stuff that goes on in our daily life. So we did it! But unfortunately Vlora felt like she didn`t have the time, now with married life and all to blog. Instead since I am blessed with so many sisters 🙂 I went ahead and asked if our youngest sister Mirlinda, who also has a passion for fashion and style if she wanted to join me. And she gladly accepted the offer.
I had grown up in Sweden, but moved to USA with my husband and lived there for about 6 years together. There was a moment when we wanted to move closer to family and we moved to Sweden. Where my family lives. We spent two wonderful years there, but felt like USA suited us better, so we moved back. Two years later things took another turn in our life and we suddenly were going to move to Albania!!. A huge, unexpected surprise, and change for us, but we were gladly going to jump on the challenge as the excitement was really big for us.(I guess we were so used to moving, so this wasn`t such a big deal. As some people never get to experience moving. For us it has become “normal” you gotta jump on the ride to experience the fun in life).The move was mostly for business purpose, but we were happy because once again we were going to be closer to our families.
As far as Mirlinda`s concern, she was born in Sweden, and still lives there. We have yet to find out where life is going to take her next 😉
I hope this gives you something to read about us and our story. And if you have more ideas or suggestions, please feel free to ask us to write about it.
Mirlinda, Vlora, Besa
The white in the foreground is cigarette smoke.
You know how I always tell you guys about my view, I don`t mean to sound like I`m bragging but just look at this. My view today was once again amazing! It felt like I was on top of those white, fluffy clouds. On some of the pictures the cigarette smoke managed to sneak in front of my camera, but It just added some interesting effect to it. Because I live on the 4th floor I am able to capture and enjoy the beauty of the view. I sooo need a better camera though, but it`s coming in a few more months. I really loved taking these photographs! Hope you like them! Besa
Wow this weekend has been a busy one. On Saturday, as you have already seen it was my birthday which we ended up celebrating with some family friends/relatives of my husband`s. They are in their 30`s as well and have 3 children. First we made sure the kids would have their dosage of fun by taking them to their favorite playground and afterwards we went to dinner, the whole crew. We went to this restaurant where they serve traditional Albanian food, and wine to accomplish the dinner with :). After that we ended at our place for the cake and they sang the happy birthday song to me and I got to blow a candle and make a wish. It was my birthday after all. Lately I have felt like eating cake is all I have been doing. First my sons B-day, two cakes there, then one for V-day, now one for my birthday.. Today on Sunday, it was Kosovo`s 5th year of independence! Happy independence day to my birth Country!! Yep I am Albanian, born in Kosovo, grew up in Sweden, lived in USA and am now living in Albania, some life journey right? Anyways, so we ended up going out again with the kids and our friends/relatives and had a wonderful early evening dinner. It was just wonderful, we had so much fun chit-chatting and the kids could go outside and play, because the restaurant was at the beach. Another thing that we are celebrating today is my little sister Mirlinda turning 19. So happy B-day darling!!!!! I took a few pictures of some gifts I received too. Hope you had a lovely weekend too!! Besa
We also ate lots of fresh strawberries that my husband brought us, which we grow our self here in Albania and sell and export. All-berry.com
My Swarovsky crystal jewelery set that I received from my husband 🙂
Pajamas from Goldenpoint and scented candle set.
My chocolate mousse cake!
I think that`s it!! 🙂 🙂
- Kosovo celebrates fifth birthday (bbc.co.uk)