And just like that, 2017 is (almost) gone. Incredible, isn’t it? Soon, we were in December and it seemed like Christmas passed in a blink of an eye, as temperatures here grew hotter and hotter. Suddenly, everybody started talking about their best moments of the year, showing their best nine on Instagram and writing their New Year’s resolutions. Slowly, I found myself thinking of every single detail of 2017 and trying to make a balance about it all.
Hi, lovelies! As promised, I bring you the first post of a series where I’m going to be sharing some things about my wedding. From inspiration to location as well as specific details, I wanna let you know step by step how this wedding will be taking form. It is something that fills me with immense joy and love, so I hope you’ll join us in this adventure that will culminate in one of the most special days of my life. 💟💟💟
So keep reading and come with me through this magical rose-petal path…
“Through dangers untold and hardships unnumbered I have fought my way here to the castle beyond the Goblin City to take back the child you have stolen, for my will is as strong as yours and my kingdom as great.
You have no power over me!”
Sometimes we hear or read something that sticks with us forever, and I would be lying if I said that Sarah´s words haven´t been engraved into my heart since the day I saw “Labyrinth”.
In fact, if there is anything I could love even more than Harry Potter it’s this book/film. My whole life I´ve wished to be sent t the Labyrinth, meet Hoggle, Ludo and the rest, and to see Jareth.
I´ve grown up wanting to be Sarah.
And through this film, I´ve learned that nothing is how it seems to be.
So now we have 13 hours in which to solve the Labyrinth before we turn into goblins…
Shall we begin?
Have you ever seen those old movies where young ladies used to have a trunk full of things they treasured and loved? Well, my series of posts titled “Trunk of happiness” are going to be about things that became really meaningful to me; whether it is a book, a series, a place or a movie…you will find me rambling about it for a bit.
This time, I would like to take out from that dusty green trunk a book called “Eleanor & Park” by Rainbow Rowell.
A lot of people talk about how hard is to go through life when things are ending, such as a relationship. But sometimes I find it even harder to start over.
Especially if you almost have to rebuild your entire life from scratch because you lost friends, a job, your future plans and worst of all: yourself. So that is where I find myself now. Trying to relearn who I am, what I like and what my dreams and goals really are, and how to actually get there.
So this blog will be a mixture of things for a while. The journey of a girl who remembers who she used to be, a girl who knows how scared she can be, and also of a girl who wants more in life than just dealing with it.
Hopefully, some of you will join this adventure. I can´t promise you much, but I assure you that some amazing heels and kickass makeup will be involved.
And maybe, just maybe, some geekiness too.