Since living for so long in south-east Spain, near the Mediterranean Sea, we hardly ever see snow. In all the 20 years we had snow just once – on the mountain tops approx. 30 km in land. And it stayed only for a day. Snow is like a coin for me : on one side I am fascinated with this white layer of something magical; on the other side I hate it – it is cold and wet.
Anyway, I could not resist to take some more photos.
Hope this snow will melt quickly and warm spring will soon take over from winter!
Thanks for visiting, Barbora
Yesterday I came back home from Prague. I sorted out the pictures I made and would like to share my impressions of the city (or the neighborhood area where I used to live). This is not far away from the castle Hradcany, but not many tourist come to see these secluded spots.
The above picture is a caption in the park Kampa, near the Moldau river. A happy guy was drinking wine and sleeping his siesta.
Whilst my stay in the Czech Republic we also went to the summer-house of my uncle Ales and I discovered a nice portrait of my grandmother painted by my grandfather.
Now it is time to get back to my patchwork and quilting projects, the sewing machine is already waiting. I also had some time for fabric shopping – more about new stash in my next post
This and next week I am on an unexpected visit in Prague. My father Vaclav died this Tuesday after a short illness at the age of 85. I came to be with my mum in this complicated time. My parents got married 1951 and celebrated this summer 61 years together.
So, no sewing and not a lot of blogging in the next few weeks. I need some time to understand this situation and learn to live with it.