While I was on my “internet hiatus” I actually edited quite a bit of pictures, because I still updated my instagram every little while… so I’m gonna share some of them with you on here, to give me some time to edit new pics !
Nothing crazy, just my life, as I’m enjoying my time at home, between my plants and my flowers, and my walks in the woods, and magical sunsets 🤍
So, as you might have noticed, I did take a month-long unannounced break… there’s a couple things I want to get out of the way;
The first reason I stopped blogging all of a sudden, is because I realized I was overexposed and I wasn’t really vibing with that anymore. Especially after my doctor told me I should just chill, and figure out my new needs and adjust my expectations along with that. I also like pretty much stopped hopping & sharing on Instagram or TikTok. Honestly it was really good, helped me figure out some things.
So I started this creative writing thing with one of my friends, it was his idea, and it’s a great idea to kick off inspiration. Especially because I’m lacking of it at the moment, and I want to finish a book… I’m in a complete utter blank ! I’ll take all the help I can get.
The topic this time was “happiness” and my version of it.
When I’m home in Serbia, I spend a lot of my time taking pictures of the nature. It’s just so divine ! All those blooming flowers, and the trees filled with fruit… and how satisfying is it to walk barefoot on the grass. I’m in love with every sight.
It was a very moving afternoon, as we decided to go check what used to be my Grandpa’s house. I’ve never actually met him. Unfortunately, he passed when he was young, and so I only have these stories that my family shares about him. He was apparently super smart, an engineer, and it’s definitely really sad to know that I won’t be able to meet him in this lifetime, because I’m sure he would have been so interesting to talk to. His little home was truly beautiful, and the lady living there now, she used to know him. She’s family too, because she married my Grandpa’s brother actually.
We had a lovely time there, she has a stunning garden full of roses. It was just so peaceful. I tried homemade elderflower juice for the first time, it was insanely delicious. I could not believe how refreshing and sweet that drink was. She gave me a bottle to go… hum ? So nice of her. She told us more stories of my Grandpa, and gave us a tour, and I felt joyous having this new connection with my past. There were a bunch of family photographs in black and white that I’d never seen. I was real grateful that so many memories remained for me to learn about.