With great pleasure I dedicate this week’s post to someone who is very dear to me, the young and extremely talented artist Nadja Petrovic, who has crowned her talent with a diploma at the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence. A fact that speaks for itself about her academically recognized artistic heights. I have known her for a while now and I know her artistic journey very well, from the Small Montmartre of Bitola, through Saint Martins College, to the famous Florence.
People close to your heart, cozy place to meet, lots of smiles, some nice coffee and some cocktails…are the necessary ingredients for a perfect Sunday. There is just one thing that is more valuable than our time, and that is the people we spend it with.
This week’s blog post I dedicate to my small, but worth the world to me, group of friends that I have since high school and with whom, meetings like this in café bar Simbol are a true fortune.
What would have theater been if it weren’t for Shakespeare.
It would have probably been some kind of theater, but without the mirror, that Shakespeare gives to the actors and the audience, to see through the eyes of the master, without which theater would make no sense.
This week post is on one of my biggest passions, reading books. I love the smell of a new book that I just bought. I love walks and falling in love with titles in my favorite libraries. I love to watch how I fill up my bookshelves, I like going to my friends houses and borrowing some of their books, because I always get anxious when I have less than 5 books unread.
It’s time to drink tea, proper British tea at 5 o’clock in the afternoon.
A tradition that has become a cult in this country. In Britain drinking tea, is not the same as ours drinking coffee, after a meal or in the morning. Tea and drinking of tea is considered a meal.