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Of all the things a man may do, sleep probably contributes most to keeping him sane.

“Of all the things a man may do, sleep probably contributes most to keeping him sane. It puts brackets about each day. If you do something foolish or painful today, you get irritated if somebody mentions it, today. If it happened yesterday, though, you can nod or chuckle, as the case may be. You've crossed through nothingness or dream to another island in Time.” 
― Roger ZelaznyIsle of the Dead

....yes, my dear Zelanzny but there are things that even a good night of sleep cannot cure. There are longings that cannot be fulfilled, dreams that cannot be forgotten and sorrows that cannot be cured. Still, you're right about sleep. Nothing like a good night sleep to make you feel like a brand new person.

"Od svega što čovjek radi, spavanje vjerojatno  najviše pridonosi očuvanju njegovog metalnog zdravlja. San stavlja zagrade oko svakog dana. Uradite li nešto blesavo ili bolno danas, iznervirate se ako to netko spomene, danas. No, ako se dogodilo jučer, možete se nasmijati ili kimnuti glavom, kako već bude.Prošli ste kroz ništavilo sna to drugog otoka u Vremenu." Roger Zelanzy, Otok mrtvih


  1. My dearr!!!lovee ittt♥♥
    have a nice day like you!!!:)
    New post on my blog

  2. Divne fotkice, a slažem se, ima stvari koje ništa ne može zaliječiti, ali u snovima sve je moguće..

  3. Hai ragione, ma una bella dormita migliora un po' tutto :D Bello questo bosco e bella la tua giacca!!

    New post on lowbudget-lowcost Fashion Blog

  4. You look really elegant. HAve a nice day.

  5. Splendido outfit, ti dona molto e la cintura è proprio originale! Caterina

  6. Very chic sweetie ! I love your shoes. Have a lovely week :)

  7. Hi dear... I love that piece you wrote... Today you look absolutely gorgeous, elegant, chic etc. You look very professional too, the skirt, the shoes, the belt, the hair, everything match perfectly and create the outfit for an elegant women...

  8. Beautiful (and very thruthful) words darling!!
    BTW love that professioanl and polished look!!

  9. You look stunning doll & I completely agree with the words, sleep is wonderful :)) x

  10. You look so elegant and sharp in this power dressing.. love!!


  11. Great look and beautiful park :)
    And I totally agree with those words.

    (Did you get my email about liebster award?)

  12. Simply stunning! Very classy outfit Ivana!
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark

  13. Very elegant and beautiful outfit. So sunny pics)

  14. Love the pencil skirt. Very trendy and you look awesome.

  15. Hello Ivana,

    great outfit! But, please dont wear your belt over the blazer - i didnt match, in my eyes. That looks way better if you wear this, like you do on the last pic.

    By the way: i like your first pic. i shot sometimes the same pics, if i´m sitting on a bench and relaxing. I thing i dont had such a pic on my blog, but i can send you some per mail, if you want.



    1. sure, send them to me, I would love to see them:)

      Yes, maybe the yellow belt isn't the best match with this blazer. I like to play with colour and take risks. Sometimes risks pay off and sometimes not, but that is how we learn what looks good on us. In this case, the belt is not the best choice with this elegant outfit.

    2. ok, i search for this in my pic archive - i will mail you then the pics. please give me a little time.

      yes fashion can be sometimes a little bit "risky". But i think that is the way of fashion: i love the challenge to find every day the right outfit. sometimes i go surely a little bit to far and worn crazy stuff, that women never would wear.

      But i´m jennifer - do what i´m doing...;-)



    3. yes, I should be a bit risky.


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