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I kissed an alpaca and I liked it

We have been feeling a bit homesick lately and cannot really decide what to do with our life, but a weekend like this one with friends (I almost wish to call them family) made the homesickness go away and yet again thank Faith for such fairytale time. Yeah, yeah, cliché, but take a look at our Midsummer celebration in photos. If I had not been here myself, I’d didn’t think life  like this is possible in reality.

Me oleme viimasel ajal natuke koduigatsust tundnud (ühtlasi ütlen ma, et oleme 21.07-05.08 Eestis, sest minu läbipõlemise juures soovitas sellist puhkust ka psühholoog) ja olnud sellises “ei liha ega kala” situatsioonis, kuid nädalavahetus nagu see, ajas koduigatsuse kaugele ära. Jälle kord pean ma vist Saatust tänama selliste muinasjutuliste hetkede eest. Ja-jaa, klišee ning kui ma ise poleks seda kogenud, siis ma ei usuks, et selline idüll päriselus ja meie murede juures võimalik on, aga on.










About Eveliis

I still don't know if things fit together, or if everything will be all right in the end. But I believe that something means something. I believe in cleansing the soul through fun and games. I also believe in love. And I have several good friends, and just one bad one.

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