luni, 27 iulie 2015
Home, Sweet Home
EN: Every day, in the morning (sometimes early, most of the times late), I go out in the yard to enjoy the sun, the green around and the happy birds singing, while they come to eat the raspberries and the gooseberries. We created a place where we put seed or crumbles, so that we can watch them from the kitchen.
EN: Along the months we've been living in Prisaca Dornei, we saw tens of birds' species, that we don't know, so we decided to find an ornithological album. It's wonderful to live close to nature! It helps you to pay attention to everything around, to enjoy the small things, like a grasshopper or a fish in the scold stream.The rhythm of the days is starting to settle and we get the feeling that everything is the way it should be and there's no need to hurry or to do. We are happy to walk bare feet in the grass, to sit next to the fire in the evening, to pick up the fruits or to breathe the fresh forest air...slow, with no hurry and no deadlines.
EN: Because I've decided to read every day at least a few pages, I've started a new book, that I've read about on the internet some time ago: "The kaleidoscope of Bucharest along 50 years", memoirs written by Constantin Beldie. He creates the image of Bucharest at the beginning of the 20th century, so different of the capital we know today, colorful, with funny and strange stories. It's a book that made me want to read more memoirs (I was running away from this type of writing).