Tag Archive: Family

Hey sister, soul sister

Let me introduce you to Sara. She is a singer, (and a songwriter…yes you are!) a street dancer, a writer (lately, in English too, I’m impressed), a photographer, an artist and a fighter… Continue reading

30 minutes to the ground

I have 30 minutes to write. 30 minutes before I drop to the ground. 30 minutes before I need to go to work and put on the service-minded, professional and cheerful costume. It… Continue reading

Heavenly Mother, bless this food

Food has always been a central matter in my family. Not only is my dad a cook, but my mom stayed a year at an old fashion house keeping school where they learnt… Continue reading

Logistically managing my life

—————————————————————————————————————— Logistics is the management of the flow of goods, information and other resources, including energy and people, between the point of origin and the point of consumption. —————————————————————————————————————— After living in the… Continue reading

Happy (Birth) Days

I was born 27 years ago. I don’t know if it was daytime or nighttime, sunny or rainy, since I don’t remember the actual arrival. But I remember most of the years of… Continue reading

Blowing in the wind

Did I tell you that I love wind? Did I tell you that September is my favourite month of the year? Do you know why? Because it reminds me that I belong close… Continue reading

Stray cat looking for a flat

It’s Friday night and I find myself in yet another apartment. Fifth place in eight weeks. Five months in the same suitcase. And still, I have no idea where I am staying after… Continue reading

Planting seeds for the unknown

Deep thoughts rolling in. Cold breezes too. Autumn is in the air. Secretly I give out a sigh of relief. This summer wasn’t mine anyway. I had my year in the sun and… Continue reading

Days of our lives

The sun doesn’t set in an explosion of gold where I am these days. It more likely fades in pink and disappears. Truthfully, I know the sun makes nothing different from day to… Continue reading

Tussilago – a sign of spring

I took my mother’s old bike out for a real round of the countryside where I live. Horses were running, tractors were humming and birds were fluttering over the mudded fields and the… Continue reading