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From writing to talking

Having a blog is something, what I've considered years. Idea of it just didn't ever felt like perfect mach. Still it was always somewhere in my mind waiting the right time. I just have to find my own style and way to do this. For me, this is like having crafting diary and letting you to read it. This is doing something new with things that I love, not to get as much readers then possible. For me its more exiting to have one reader, who finds something to inspire themselves from here, then plan how to get the most views.

I've always loved to write, and I'm interested about languages. Well, with languages, falling in love took much more time. As writer,  I'm more like columnist.  I rather write short texts, then keep rambling about nonsense. I can be really blunt, with how I say things. Even more with my English. I've learn English almost two decades. I wasn't as serious with it always. I didn't understand, for what I was going to need it. And that makes me feel myself so stupid nowadays. This is something that I need to keep learning, just to stay at this level. But I'm lucky that I understood, why I should invest for this. With this, I can talk with almost anyone in the world. I can read books and watch movies, that weren't on my range. Get new people and experiences to my life. My English isn't perfect, but wanted to use it, to get more practise and more people are able to read this. I rather speak then be scared of mistakes! So, please be patient. I learn more everyday.


I'm planning to write here about three times per week, but I'm not getting any pressure from it. I'm planning to show to you, all kinds of my works, from sewing to photography. Maybe about ideas that I've for future. You just need to come again, to see it!




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