Hello my beloved readership,
excited anticipation is the most wonderful kind of happiness, they say. As much as we try to resist we cannot not fall into imaginations and happy dreams. The worse it is when this excited anticipation does not take place at all or not the way we have imagined. Therefore experts advise us against planning and imagining.
I am an organization-freak because I love to have control over things – probably this is somewhere connected why my trust issues or the lack of faith in my fellows bringing on the same effort for me as I bring on for them or the effort I read about from other, completely strange to me, people. I like to have my fate in my own hands because experience has taught me that as I was expecting something it did not take place and I stopped to believe.
“The more I stopped to believe in situations long awaited not going to take place the more I found myself the best things happening unpredictedly.”
However this does not mean that I would not love surprises. I would just love to shine in these moments of overwhealming happiness. But the truth is the more I stopped to believe in situations long awaited not going to take place the more I found myself the best things happening unpredictedly. These situations do not always happen to take place in the most suitable times but once they take place I do not want to miss them I believe that ahead that they would not going to happen at all. Therefore I pull myself together in order not to miss them at all.
You might not always have the motivation to keep on once you failed but a fail is just for the moment and a miss is forever therefore grab the chance once you have it.
Launch of the trend purple:
When is purple going to be launched as trend and experience the honor it deserves? I kept asking myself being fed up of always red in the predictable times such as Christmas and shades of rose and pink ruling the world of women’s fashion.
“Purple? Is a color for old ladies”, they say claiming it would have anything special. Is that so? I dare to claim the complete opposite. Liz Malraux strengthened me in my fight for purple announcing it finally as the color of the year of 2018. I hardly believed in purple living such a hype so soon after my wedding in purple but the day finally came better than I could have dared to imagine and out of something personal there has become something common.
My Look in Details
- Purple/Blue patterned shirt by Get It On
- Faux-leather pants by s.Oliver RED Label
- Slippers by Shappó
- Earrings by SIX
- Lipstick by Debby
- Bracelet by New Look