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Festivities / Vrijeme slavlja

I hope you had a lovely Christmas! Mine was bittersweet. I guess that with everything that is going on in the world, I found it a bit hard to get in the mood for festivities. However, life should always be celebrated. Life is a gift. We're not helping anyone by feeling sad. Sadness it a part of life, but we shouldn't let it become overwhelming. Let's celebrate life. Our way.  Have blessed holidays everyone! If you're a foodie, you're probably enjoy these photographs. You know I'm a foodie, right?

Nadam se da ste imali ugodan Božić! Moj je bio gorkosladak, sa svime što se događa u svijetu nekako nisam toliko raspoložena za slavlje. No, život uvijek treba slaviti. Život je dar. Ne pomažemo nikom time što smo tužni. Tuga je dio života, ali ne smijemo joj dopustiti da nam preuzme 
život. Slavimo život. Na svoj način.  Uživajte u praznicima! Volite li hranu, vjerovatno će vam se svidjeti sljedeće slike. Znate da ja volim hranu, zar ne?















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  1. Jesu ovo punjene rajčice gore na slici? Čime ih puniš?
    Sretan Božić!

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    1. napunila sam ih sa mladim sirom, maslinovim uljem i grčkim jogurtom, ali možeš staviti bilo što zapravo..jako brzo se spremi i baš je praktično za serviranje.

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  2. Wow looks delicious ) Thanks for sharing)
    http://beyoutiful.com.ua

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  3. So amazing photos :) Everything looks so delicious!
    Merry Christmas dear Friend! Lot's of wishes and hugs))

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  4. WOW - how different your food looks :) INTERESTING how traditions vary from country to country . Have a lovely Boxing Day _ :) Margot

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  5. Yummy * - * Happy Holidays. I'm your new GFC follower. Hug ♥

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  6. Happy holidays, dear! Wishing you all the best and the kindest!

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  7. O meu natal foi ótimo!
    Amei as fotos e fiquei desejando experimentar essas maravilhas culinárias.

    Dany
    Blog Breshopping da Dany
    Conheça também o Breshopping da Dany KIDS

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  8. Delicious! Happy holidays!:)

    xxBasia

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  9. Although I am not a foodie I enjoyed your beautiful photos. Everything looks mouthwatering delicious. Didn't know you're a foodie, Ivana. You can't carry the world upon your shoulders, hun. Enjoy life and be lovable. Wishing you a blessed holiday season. May this Christmas bring you comfort, joy, peace and happiness to last throughout the coming year!
    xox
    Lenya
    FashionDreams&Lifestyle

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  10. Lovely post dear! Have a great week! xx

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  11. Merry Christmas, dearest Ivana! Lots of love!

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  12. I spent some of this month with my Christmas joy stolen, a possible big challenge that ended up being nothing. The really lifted the burden for me. Tasty looking grub :) Sending hugs to you, dear.

    All Things Bright and Lovely

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  13. Da, ne možemo da dozvolimo da nas tuga savlada niti naše neraspoloženje ikome može da pomogne. Samo može da odmogne, pre svega nama samima. Uvek je bilo i lepih i groznih stvari. Neke stvari ne možemo da promenimo, ali možemo da kontrolišemo naš vlastiti svet. Tuga nikada nije rešenje jer život je privilegija i treba ga slaviti u svakom smilsu. Makar ja u to verujem...
    Hrana deluje izuzetno zaista. Ne sumnjam da je bilo preukusno :)

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    1. slažem se, najlakše se prepustiti depresiji, za sve se treba boriti...a ako nećemo slaviti život, što ćemo slaviti?

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  14. Woah this food looks so good! I'm currently on a train and oh boy it's making me hungry!!

    Amy;
    Little Moon Elephant

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  15. Mmmm, kakve đakonije Ivanice! Ogladnela sam momentalno hehehe

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