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What amazing news for Russia today as they keep with them a total of 33 Olympic medals, 13 of them gold! Pozdravlyayu Russia!! U vas yest’ zimoy
Tis the season of giving, so Svetlana and little dog did their part!
Even someone like little dog with jam packed schedule of chasing socks and eating carrots found some time last week to give back to our community. This time of year is always a little special for donating time and efforts, as we have chance to realize how lucky and fortunate we are. Continue reading
Hello ! Today I will share a very little secret with you. Little dog, she have little problem. She have very bad breath. Maybe it is from all the pelmeni (one of my favorite Russian dishes, I will share recipe later) she likes to eat. Continue reading
This past weekend I left little dog (with very good babysitter) and went to our neighbor city Toronto. Although it has never been my favorite place to visit, I enjoyed it more than usual. Saturday was raining, so while I waited for the sun to come out to start my shopping I decided to visit the ROM (the Royal Ontario Museum) for the first time. Continue reading
Thanksgiving is a time for family. Although many of my family is back home in Minsk (where we do not celebrate giving thanks with turkey) Continue reading
Driving through California in a Mustang.
I must tell you how I feel about this, or how my hair feels about this. I was very concerned at first as I did not know what I would look like after with my hair blowing in wind all over. I am not very big hat person, but I will tell you hat saved my hair. I think I can make hats work now. Driving in a convertible along highway 1 was something worth trying on hats for. The mustang is another story. I am not very big fan of American cars, or silver coloured cars (like ours was), but with the top down, and smelling that ocean air, driving through the valleys is an experience even I would risk my hair for.
Princess Caroline has met her match.
Located in San Simeon, Hearst Castle once home to William Randolph Hearst, was a working family ranch since 1865. Tired of ‘roughing it’ in tents (can you blame him?) Continue reading