We met in New York a month ago. A beautiful girl from Moldova, with a big sun hidden in her soul.She lives in San Francisco and works for an airline company. I do not know if it’s true or not, buts he said she decided to make the 5-hour trip from San Francisco when she found that I come to NY, to meet me. I can not hide the fact that she is extremely nice and i liked her. We talked about my passion – the traditional Blouse Roumaine and she said she also wants one. Especially for October 31, when she will be allowed to leave home her red uniform. I helped her to have a IA. It was a real adventure to choose the blouse from 6 models available, to arrange the delivery from Chișinău to Montreal (thank you, mummy), from Montreal to San Francisco, to correct the wrong address, to choose a traditional belt from my collection.
la blouse roumaine
<ENG> A week ago, in New York, a group of beautiful, powerful and ambitious women organized a charity event. Probably it’s nothing extraordinary in organizing a fund raising in NY, if these women wouldn’t be from Romania and if the event would help a Hospice from Bucharest by organizing a concert with romanian artists.. For those who don’t know what exactly a Hospice means, i would say that nobody deserves to need their services. It’s a place where people, in terminal phase of their illness, get help, support and palliative care.
Mara Society is founded by 4 Romanians, living and working in NY. Their activity is dedicated to celebrating and supporting visionaries in the arts, and to specifically raising international awareness of Romanian cultural talent, in the fields of musical composition and performance, literature, painting, film and other artistic disciplines.
Numai cine înţelege ce înseamnă munca manuală, este de acord că o ie nu poate costa puţin.
Mai exact, dacă e să intrăm în pâine, e nevoie de ochi sănătoşi, multă răbdare şi timp. Un meşter lucrează la o ie frumoasă nu mai puţin de o lună.