Tuesday, June 24, 2014

So we grew together like to a double cherry, seeming parted, but yet an union in partition, two lovely berries molded on one stem.

Helsinki, 14 degrees


Last weekend I spent my Midsummer Eve and Day at my boyfriend's family summer house on an island in front of Sipoo, a city nearby Helsinki. It was a relaxed weekend with disc golf, good food and beautiful scenery. This girl was happy because she could go on some boat rides on the sea. Smoked salmon, new potatoes, boiled eggs, fresh vegetables, floral crowns and dresses, Atlantic herring, bonfires, love, the archipelago, sea, sky = love! That's what Midsummer is all about for me!

Vietin juhannuksen Sipoon saaristossa poikaystäväni perheen kesämökillä. Rentouttava viikonloppu sisälsi frisbeegolfia, hyvää ruokaa ja kauniin ympäristön. Tämä tyttönen oli onneissaan kun pääsi veneellä liikkumaan. Savustettua lohta, uusia perunoita, keitettyjä munia, tuoreita vihanneksia, kukkaseppeleita ja -mekkoja, silliä, kokkoja, saaristo, meri, taivas = rakkautta! Tästä minun juhannukseni on tehty!


What would be your Midsummer's night's dream?

Millainen olisi teidän kesäyön unelma?


10 comments :

  1. You look so beautiful hun, love the pretty floral crown. This looks like a very fun time! I am not actually supporting anyone at the moment. Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by :)

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    1. Thank you sweet Sam! I appreciate your kind words :)

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  2. Your floral crown is too pretty!!
    Great pics *_*

    kisses

    Francesca http://everydaycoffee23.blogspot.it/

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  3. hehe, I could see some Estonian beer on the table ;) which, by the way, looks absolutely delicious and beautiful, very festive! so does your outfit. I like the contrasty combo of black and bright flowers very very much!
    our Midsummer was not that special though. we barbecued, drank some beer and made a small bonfire. and all that at our own home since we didn't feel like going out :)

    Maiken,
    Maikeni blogi - part of me

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    1. Haha, yeah, you're right :) Thank you Maiken for the compliment! What are the Midsummer traditions in Estonia?

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  4. The pictures are lovely! I can see how happy you were and the scenery is fabulous! You look so beautiful with the crown and the looovely dress! Summer means happiness, I suppose! Have a great week and I'm glad we are connected on facebook, thanks for that! denisesplanet.com

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    1. Thank you dear Denise for your kind words! Great to make new friends through the blog :)

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