Abandoned carrousel on an empty pier... it doesn't happen often these days. But it made it so much easier for us to peek through each corner and snap more photos than we usually on a quest for. Our emerging from the see town has not one but two piers I tend to show you in small doses respectively, the one closer to the town center we're in the process of getting to love and we're oh so near. It may sound crazy but I'd love to serve the yummiest summer food on the wooden deck with our feet dangling meters above the shiny surface. It could be a fancy picnic-styled afternoon tea or just a couple of blood oranges drizzled in honey eaten on a quick stroll down the beach. I tell you, watch this tasty space and I'll watch for the right weather. Nadia was one happy monkey stopping for a glance at this and that, pulling our hands to show us what was calling to her like you can't be sure if the discovery was meant to be taken lightly.
The stroll also marked Damian's birthday we celebrated with delicious ice cream that had that fruit flavour to make us fall in love with. Having it together on a warm springtime afternoon might just be the best present he gets all year (not to mention a serious bottle of his new favorite scent I don't hesitate to 'borrow' hoping there'll never be version for girls because well, I'm simply so into each vapour).
The paths led us through equally deserted park full of creatures eager to pose for the camera in exchange for a crumb or a fry. We had neither and I'm still recovering from guilt just by looking at the photo of a squirrel patiently awaiting her share. Next time we run to the overwhelming peacefulness of this park, we'll sure bring a treat with us providing she still craves some.
|Have a wonderful weekend, friends! We girls are flying to Poland on Monday for a quick and sweet catch-up with the family. Just a thought of upcoming events makes me disturbingly giddy. I sure prepared some fun posts so check them out while I'm away! xx|