Soon it will be two years that tiny gun marks my wrist. It may seem to be agressive to some, some may think it’s not girly enough, some say it’s unusual idea, I say, it represents a fight. And I mean fight in a peaceful way.
As year is inevitably coming to the end I thought I’d share 10 things that I’ve learned (or made sure it’s valid) in 2016. So grab of cup of tea and have a read! Continue reading
Autumn evenings are always full of nostalgic memories, at least for me. Tonight I’d like to share one so grab warm cup of tea and keep reading. Continue reading
She was the fire. She was burning for every single thing she has ever done, loved or touched. She was looking for love and she found it. Burning for love was the best feeling she has ever got to feel.
She was always surrounded by people, but at the same time she always was alone. She was the flower in a field surrounded by other beautiful flowers, but only she was gently touched by the wind. Continue reading
Counting my last hours in the United Kingdom… I would lie if I said I’m 100% happy to leave. Yes, I miss Lithuania. Yes, I miss every single thing, place I haven’t visited for so long or person that I’ve left there, but… Now I have so much to miss from this crazy adventure in London as well. I know I will miss so many things that I had in here and I never would have in Lithuania. Continue reading
Almost half a year has already passed since I’m here. As my adventure in the UK is coming to the end… here are 20 things I have learned or noticed while I was here: Continue reading
This weekend was one of those weekends when it’s freezing outside, but you’re lucky enough to stay home in your warm blanket. After long and hard week I finally got a chance to enjoy a cup of coffee, watch favorite series (which in my case is House MD) and just relax. Of course, as usually, as soon as I’m alone all kinds of thoughts are running through my mind and changing one another in seconds. Continue reading
It’s sad that world unites only when something terrible happens.
After horrifying events all around the world (and not only France) I realised that I have so much to tell when it comes to this topic. I tried to avoid it so badly, because it seems just like a political game that divides the world. I will try to look at it from the different angle. Continue reading
29th of July, 2015. It was the day I was looking forward to for the past six months. School is finished and new period of my life was about to start. New period in different country – United Kingdom. Living in another country seemed like a fresh start to me. I can already hear silent laugh of those who know me very well and those who said it was wrong choice even before I left. You were kind of right. Continue reading