“You die, but most of what you have accumulated will not be lost; you are leaving a message in a bottle.”
Sometimes it pays to leave the familiar path during a walk through the city and discover all he little treasures along the way. So I found the streets of wooden houses in Tver/Russia. Cosy, lovable and still inhabited, that I felt the wish to life in one of these places, contrary to all accustomed comforts.
The historic Zatmachya Street and Bebel Street, one of the most valuable and intact ancient streets of Tver, in spite of adding significant new development preserves the historic appearance and the appearance of the old city streets. Even in the russian language appears the term ‘Tver lace’, with which the beautiful wooden ornaments are meant.
Thank you Peggy and your PERALO blog for the informations about these streets.
Sometimes it’s not things in themselves that move us.
Sometimes it is the traces of things that stimulate our imagination and carry us away…
…because it’s so much more comforting to offer our imagination spaces for scope.
‘TO BECOME HAPPY !!!’ …so easy…
…just try one of the following things:
- dip something in chocolate
- eat grandma’s soup
- play with friends
- kiss someone
- crush blister foil
- roll coins into a hopper
- freak out at a rock concert