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Childhood Sweets & #flashmob lipsticks II How I met my outfit

Childhood Sweets & #flashmob Lipsticks

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Sweets. Every child loves sweets. The sweeter and the more colorful the better. When I was a child sweets truly were able to sweeten my day. And when I decided to eat sweets, I enjoyed and celebrated it – bubblegum wasn’t there to freshen your breath, chocolate bars weren’t made to snack on and if I needed a reason to eat popcorn, I didn’t had to turn on the television. Eating sweets was an activity by its own, like roller-skating and collecting ladybugs or Panini sticker. And I remember it has been one of my favorite hobbies. 

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Boyfriend Jeans & Bubblegum II How I met my outfit

Boyfriend Jeans & Bubblegum

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„I love you, you love me, please give me a Kaugummi (bubblegum).“ Bubblegum, what a brilliant invention, isn’t it!? Do you remember Hubba Bubba? When I was a child, I had been deeply in love with Hubba Bubba. My absolute favorite one was „apple“. Isn’t it funny how easy it is to keep a child busy? One pack of Hubba Bubba = busy for two hours. A couple of Hubba Bubba packages = on the run all day. Who’s going to guess the flavour? Who’s going to make the biggest gum bubble? Who’s able to chew the most bubblegums at one time? Sometimes I whish life would be that easy from time to time again. Meeting some friends, running with 50 pennies to a store and just trying to make gum bubbles the whole day. Or just playing a round „Mensch ärgere Dich nicht“ („Ludo“) against yourself and be more than happy when you’re the one who wins. 

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Lazy Sunday: A letter comes from the heart. II How I met my outfit

Lazy Sunday: A letter comes from the heart.

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My Dearest,

All that we can find inside our letterboxes nowadays are invoices and advertising. If we’re standing in front of our letterboxes and delight in something we found in there, it’s probably a notice that order has been left with a neighbor. But we don’t really expect something different to be inside. For about ten years, I haven’t opened my letter box expecting a letter from one of my beloved ones to be inside. But a letter is so much more lovely and personal, than every single nice e-mail or What’s App message.