Thursday, 15 August 2013

The Grass is greener on the other side.

So... It's been a while again since the last post. I'm not used to this post-everyday thing, mostly because I spend my time looking at other blogs. :) I have to learn and that's the best way to do it. Me thinks.
Anyhow, I've been up to many things. Some gigging, some paperwork in Germany (which is something quite big), some wandering around and visiting Dresden, shopping (not much), looking after some visits, and all sort of things a girl can do.
My life is about to change its path again in a couple of months too, so I'm kinda busy preparing for it, both mentally and physically.  Is funny how life can take you from one point to another, sometimes even not realizing how big these changes can be. I reckon that it may be because you eventually get used to this kind of thing. Changes, I mean. Maybe, you loose fear or maybe you just accept what life brings you trying to get the best you can out of it. Who knows.
The fact is that I'm happy with all that's about to happen, even though I know it brings some negative side to it too... (not everything is positivism and pink colour here).
I've learned that no matter what or where, I'm always gonna be sometimes happy and sometimes sad, so... bring it on!
I consider myself very critical, very demanding even so. But hey, you are the one who chooses the way your life might be, huh?

Just to light up this too serious and philosophical nonsense, here you can check some pictures out. Enjoy and thanks for visiting!

VIP pass to Leonard Cohen's amazing concert in Berlin last July

The O2 Berlin Arena packed (picture by Peter Fädrich)

Leonard doing his thing (picture by Peter Fädrich)

In the backstage. From left to right Theo Dahlem, myself, Roscoe Beck, Peter Fädrich and Rafael Gayol

Me in a piece of Berlin's wall

Berlin's Alter St.-Matthäus-Kirchhof Cemetery

Some rockin sandals from Primark London

One of my gig's tickets

Picking out nail polish colours for my toes!

Visiting Potsdam (Germany) (no kidding)

At the Brandenburger Tor (Berlin) fighting for our rights

Picturing my 20 years old boots before they die

 Mosaic made of Meissen porcelain tiles showing a "Procession of the Dukes" of the House of Wettin (Dresden)

One of my last gigs in Berlin. This is the amazing sight I enjoyed everytime I turned my head meanwhile I was singing on a ship 

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