Crocheting tiny heart (which I crocheted and lost, argh!).
Shopping centre. I was searching for a skirt and finally found it, but with a defective zipper. I searched exactly this skirt for such a long time, that I bought it despite the zipper. When I got home I tried to fix it, but made it worse instead. I totally broke it. And now it’s 11 PM and I’m sewing fasteners to my skirt because I LOVE it (the skirt).
Us. Veronika had her birthday party today at McDonald’s. Yep, the horizon is totally crooked, and I actually planned to straighten it up in PS (I didn’t think of taking a tripod there and somehow managed to set up the camera on a pile of trays), but I ended up liking those coffee cups in the right corner as those tell the story and dicided to leave it this way.
Having fun after the day nap.
A peek at Veronika’s group in her kindergarten. Kids are eating pancakes because it’s the week of celebration of “Maslenitsa” here. I don’t know if this holiday is celebrated by other cultures than Russian and I don’t know if it has it’s name in English. The meaning of it is that people are banishing winter, calling for spring, eating a lot of pancakes, and in the end of this week they burn a straw doll, that represents winter. Of course, we don’t do it nowadays. We just eat a lot of pancakes!