Monthly Archives: January 2019

BBQ is not just a BBQ its the summary of LIFE

We all want our life to be perfect. We think of it after graduating high-school with “I want to find the perfect profession”, then “I want to find the perfect husband”, then comes “I want to have the perfect house” or “the perfect children”.

Our life isn’t perfect and never will be, but we can manage with our own baggage perfectly fine.

Yesterday when I was sitting on the porch, it was the perfect weather, it was the PERFECT music, eating the PERFECT FOOD, chatting with some family-friends, over a BBQ. Enjoying the moment, it hit me!

I came to this understanding that – that moment was just PERFECT! No other words can describe it.

Sometimes all you need is good health, good food, and good company and it’s JUST PERFECT LIKE THIS! (No, and I don’t think I’m perfect, or any of us …) it was just the perfect moment that keeps us going and gives us the joy and happiness in life! I know that we are all going to look back one day and remember that PERFECT barbecue that we had!

So as I came to this understanding, BBQ is not just a BBQ its the summary of LIFE!

Good health, good food, and good company – are the key ingredients!

After all, Happiness is not about getting all you want, it’s about enjoying what you have.

Thoughts from Sand Art Gallery

How many times did you go to a sand sculpture exhibition and you really got impressed? I can tell you that every year we were visiting the annual sand sculpture exhibition and every year it was very nice and creative but it felt like it was shrinking, and it felt too commercialised… This time it was different!

Open your mind…

This year is actually the first time that I was standing and looking in shock at the details and the hollow spaces within every sculpture. The art was screaming: Look at me!

Thanks to the owners of the exhibition and their explanation, who are artists themselves, this is the first time that I realised the size of the work that each artist has put into her or his sculptures. This time the story was talking to me because of the hidden message that it was telling.

They walked us through the sculptures, telling their story, the artist behind each one, the unique challenges they were facing, how the sand gets compacted and lots of behind-the-scences insights.
As part of the story, we were all requested to wear fairy wings, which made the boys a bit uncomfortable, but it was funny.

The message is one of the most important lessons in life.
It all starts with the question: What do we need in life?
All of us need love, joy, friendship, unity.
The fact that the hidden message was so strong and so alive by the bubbly owners makes me hope that my kids will cherish the wonderful memories and stories from this exhibition.

After all we are all UNICORNS!


Go visit this amazing sand art gallery – you won’t regret it!