Friday, 27 June 2014

Fluffy clouds!

Dear Diary,

It`s Friday night and I`m about to eat something tasty and watch a nice movie! No plans for tonight; I feel so tired and I`m in need for some rest! My week was extremely busy, so I gave myself the day off and I really enjoyed my sunny Friday... 
I went to a lovely and picturesque place, but I won`t reveal its name though, since the next post is gonna be about it!!!! I`m looking forward to it!!!!
Well, no more to say this time....Who? Me? Yes!
Just see some pictures that I took at Hyde Park during the week as a reward and a sweet escape from my schedule!
The weather was sooooo hot (no jacket with me this time, hehe) and the sky was full of amazing fluffy clouds. My obesession, you`re right!

Off to my comfy couch and let the movie night begin!
Have a wonderful weekend and write to you soon!
Kiss kiss and hug hug,
Litsiana K.

On me:
See through pants, Primark
Shoes, Primark
Bag, Chanel
Eyewear, Ray-ban
Watch, D&G

Monday, 23 June 2014

Mickey spotted at Regent Park!

Dear Diary,

Long time no see, right? 
Here I am and I have so little time to type anything in...
I`ll be brief!
Intensive schedule, many things in my mind and creativity push me to do lots of things but always in a rush....
The other day, I was in the library surrounded by piles of books and being at the basement without the sunlight and some fresh air made me go for a long stroll. The closest place was the Regent Park and to be honest, I haven`t been there since 2011. 
The weather was sooooo hot (don`t ask why I `m wearing the jacket...Well, I`m always carrying an outerwear with me in case it gets colder, cause you never know..You are in London for God`s sake.) The sky was sooooo blue and packed full of lovely white clouds!!! I think I have an obsession with clouds and I love taking them pics! 
They look like cotton candies, no? When I was young, I wanted to lie and sleep on them; the perfect cuddle bed for sweet dreams. <3 
I think that the Regent Park didn`t grasp that  much my attention as a few summers ago. It is lovely but not on the top of my list, and I `ve been to so many parks. Mmmmm, I just hit on an idea. I will list my favorite parks on my page on FB ( so as to visit the good ones first when you visit London. 

The Regent's Park was designed by John Nash; it covers 395 acres and includes Queen Mary's Gardens which features more than 30,000 roses of 400 varieties, as well as the gloriously restored William Andrews Nestfield's Avenue Gardens. With excellent sports facilities spanning nearly 100 acres it includes the largest outdoor sports area in central London. The park also houses the Open Air Theatre, London Zoo, Primrose Hill, the country's largest free to access waterfowl collection and 100 species of wild bird.

Mmmm, when I start writing and expressing myself I cannot hold myself back that easy!
Till next post, I hope to be more relaxed and not so stressed and full of guilt whilst updating my diary.
Love, kiss and hugs,
Litsiana K.
 On me:
Leather Jacket, ANEL
Shirt: Primark
Pants, Vintage
Shoes, Adam`s
Backpack, Primark
Minnie Shades, Primark

Friday, 13 June 2014

St. Dunstan: a garden that emerges from the ruins of an old church!

Dear Diary,

You can call me Dora, the explorer as I never settle down and I eagerly look for new places around London. I have to admit that London is an endless round of creativity and breathtaking places. Who could even imagine a 'churchgarden'? It`s beyond one`s imagination, right? Well, there is such a place in London and I went there to see it with my own eyes. One word: A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!
You witness a lovely, full of green garden emerging from the ruins of an old church!!!
The Church of St Dunstan was originally built around 1100 and is a Grade I listed building.It was severely damaged in 1666 by the Great Fire of London. Rather than being completely built, it was patched up. A steeple and tower was added in 1695-1701 by Sir Christopher Wren.
The Church was again severely damaged in the Blitz of 1941. Wren’s tower and steeple survived the bombing. During the re-organisation of the Anglican Church after World war II it was decided not to rebuild St. Dunstan’s.
In 1967 the City of London decided to turn the remains into a public garden, which opened in 1970.
You will feel secluded in this gem of a City Garden. Those with green fingers will appreciate the range of plants wending their way around the ruins: the walls and majestic windows have been draped and decorated over time.Ornamental vines, exotic plants, cobbled paths and bright flowers make this garden set in the ruins of a Wren church a truly spectacular site.

For me, creativity is the A-Z  in my life. 
For me, a creative adult is the child who survived!
Be creative guys, cuz creativity never goes out of style!
Till my next post!
Kiss kiss,
Litsiana K.

Kimono, Vintage
Tee, Primark
Jeans, Tally Weilj
Backpack, Bershka
Sunnies, Primark
Shoes, Fashion Mark
Spiral Rings, River Island
Crystal Hair Crown, Primark