It was after 10 pm when I arrived home from work, on Saturday evening. I was tired and hungry, but excited to finally be home. He was waiting for me with loads of flowers put in all the vases and bottles that we had in the house. Now that was a surprise! But what he didn’t know was that even just one flower would have been enough. It’s the gesture that matters. And I’m a true believer of the expression – enjoy the little things. I am a dreamer and I get excited over a good cup of coffee, over a sunny day, over all these small things that simply make my day better. That’s why I’m lucky. I’m lucky because I get to enjoy each day and I prefer to focus on the good things. And Dan is the same as me, that’s why we make such a great team together. On Sunday I wanted to take some flowers with me, for the photos. Everyone was looking at me while I was proudly looking at him.
Sambata seara am ajuns in sfarsit acasa de la munca, obosita si moarta de foame. Era trecut de ora 22 cand am intrat in casa si el ma astepta entuziasmat. Toate vazele si sticlele goale care le-am avut prin casa erau pline de flori. M-am bucurat enorm.. am si uitat de oboseala! (de foame nu, normal!) Dar ce nu stie el e ca m-as fi bucurat si daca era doar o floare. Pentru ca gestul conteaza. Iar eu cred cu tarie in expresia – sa ne bucuram de lucrurile simple. Daca e soare cand ma trezesc, sunt extrem de entuziasmata. Daca savurez o cafea buna deja ma simt mai implinita. Pune-mi un filmulet cu pisici pe youtube si gata, mi-ai facut ziua! De-aceea consider ca sunt foarte norocoasa. Pentru ca am tendinta de-a ma bucura (poate prea mult, dupa altii) de lucrurile simple, de zi cu zi. Iar Dan e la fel ca mine, de-aceea facem o echipa asa buna impreuna. Duminica am vrut neaparat sa ma etalez cu cateva flori pe strada, pentru a face pozele pentru blog. Lumea se uita curioasa la mine iar eu mandra, inspre el.
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