wtorek, 1 września 2015

SEPTEMBER!




Hello September!
Please, bring a lot of colourful leaves, chilly weather, long evenings full of coffee or cinammon tea and cosy sweathers!

środa, 19 sierpnia 2015

last days of summer holidays.



  "It looked like the world was covered in a cobbler crust of brown sugar and cinnamon." 

— Sarah Addison Allen 



Am I the only one who's waiting for autumn so impatiently?

sobota, 15 sierpnia 2015

Gdańsk & Sopot.


















here are some pics I took during our trip to Gdańsk and Sopot.
I'm completely and immenesly in love with all those outstanding buildings! ah!

niedziela, 9 sierpnia 2015

Puck.





Dear autumn, I'm waiting for you!

I like summer a lot, i like sun, beach, sea, high temperature, long evenings, sky full of beautifull stars, iced coffee .. but honestly, i literally can't wait for autumn to finally be here!

niedziela, 2 sierpnia 2015

JULY WRAP-UP!



 
The pile of books that I read in July. Some of them were amazing (just books you can read over and over again and never get enough), some were worse and finally, some of these were the books that I would not recommend to anyone!

 
"City of bones" - This book stole my heart, literally, I LOVE IT! This piece of writing made me so excited that I cannot wait to read the second part! ah!
 

 
"Froth on the Daydream" - definitely not my cup of tea.

 
When i saw this book I was quite excited, I thought it would be full of those profound, witty and thought-provoking quotes. I was SO wrong! I really did not like it at all. For me, all those quotes were just ridiculous and silly. I'm sorry, but I really do not recommend it.
 


"Sapphire blue" - oh, excitement is real! I really enjoyed it! Cannot wait to read the 3rd part! The ending made me so curious and thrilled! ah!


"The Outlander" - I HAVE NO WORDS! I am head over heels in love with it! aaaa!
 


'Charming' , 'lovely', 'unique'. Should I say anything more about it? It's such an imaginative piece of writing that anyone should read it! It's immortal, it contains some wisdom and wit that finds its audience no metter what century it is. It's also perfect for anyone, adults, children, men, women, etc.
must read!
 


"Alice in Zombieand" - This story has nothing to do with Lewis Caroll's version (except for the cloud in the shape of a rabbit). I'm not sure what to think about it, it was just a light and quick read but the whole idea did not make me fall in love with the plot or characters. I'm not sure whether I'll read the 2nd part.
 


 
This month I also read "The Guernsey literary and potato peel pie society" and "The Twits" by Roald Dahl, that I really enjoyed. Just a quick, but funny read. Good for both, children and adults that contains some wisdom, it's perfect to remind adults how it was to be a child!
 
Bye!