Warning — a short syrupy post coming up!
This week it has been 4 years since J and I started dating and one year since one certain chihuahua moved in. I don’t mind my own company, but life has worked out pretty good with those two too. 😉
One lucky girl here. ❤
…Are for holding on to.
– Winnie the Pooh
Winnie The Pooh knows everything.
Valentine’s Day went by yesterday as I was trying to fight against a flu. It’s good that there’s a reminder every year of the important persons in your life, but friends and loved ones should be remembered everyday, not just one day in a year. And lying on the couch, withstanding against the cold, I realized I don’t really mind missing out of celebrating Valentine’s (well, I wouldn’t have protested against getting a bouquet of flowers, J! ;)). Because it seems like it’s here all year around…
Even I just said I don’t believe in the syrup-sentences once a year (this flu is probably softening me), thanks to all the lovely sweethearts for being in my life! You are special. ❤
Now that I’ve survived Vappu (May Day), the biggest carnival event of the year when the whole nation (at least in Finland) goes (or acts) crazy, I figured I continue the celebration-theme here. So I started my career as a real wedding photographer a few weeks ago, and I must admit I enjoyed it. Just like when photographing the bachelorette-party last Winter it made me feel so good when other people were so happy and on the top of their world. Photographing a couple that stares each other in the eyes madly in love automatically turns the corners of my mouth upwards.
How could anyone not get happy when surrounding people look like this?
Not that I’m in that place myself, that I would even plan to get married yet, it just makes me happy to see others who have found each other and are really sure that they want to spent the rest of their lives together. (But if you’re ready to plan a wedding, here’s tips how an old factory had been turned into lovely and tasteful place for reception. ;)) Ah, so romantic.
Yesterday, I continued being buried in romantic daydreams by watching Titanic. There has been fuzz about the 3D-version, but I don’t think the dimensions can bring that much more to it, so I just watched the original one at home. I mostly wanted to see, if my way of viewing things has changed, since it’s over 10 years I’ve last seen it. At least the movie experience was more emotional for me than last time I saw it, then I was only a pre-teenager. But seriously, I know history can’t be re-written, but why oh why couldn’t Jack be saved in the script too??? 😀
Here's the lucky bride and groom whose story did get a happy end. I don't wanna give too much away from the wedding pictures though, because even the couple hasn't probably seen them all yet...