11/5/14

happiness

“live to the point of tears.” 
― albert camus 

 


 
(beautiful video by the lovely ro ville)

october, 2014.
a few weeks ago, both vix and roville came to buenos aires
and i had the wonderful, wonderful chance to meet up with them

we talked for hours at a coffee shop
and then went for a walk to the botanical garden.
we stopped and gaze with joy at the pretty flowers,
screamed like teenage fangirls when we discovered there was free wi-fi,
took too many photos of our feet, frolicked about, stalked a few kitties,
screamed again, quite loudly, when we found a tangerine tree
and laughed and laughed until we cried.

days like these stay with you forever ♥



for a few more photos, you can check roville's post






15 comments:

  1. que lindo fué pasar esa tarde con ustedes!!!
    gracias por ser tan linda Toi! ♥

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    1. aw, gracias a ustedes!! ♥♥♥

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  2. ooooh, y yo aun no armé mi post!
    "teenage fangirls" jijiji. HAY GÜIIIIIFI!!!!
    no me canso de recordar esa tarde con cada foto!! :)

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    1. yo tampoco ♥

      teenage fangirls es lo que mejor nos describe en ese momento tan nosotras jajaja

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  3. Tuviste el gusto de conocer a Ro en un paraíso de plantas y gatos ¡muy chido! ;) (me pintó el mexicano...)

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    1. ¡de a de veritas! (?)
      (el mexicano nunca me sale muy bien)

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  4. you girls seems to had lovely time! <3
    PS- do you have golden hair?

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    1. we did :) ♥

      my hair it's actually pink, not golden hihi :3

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  5. What a wonderful and lovely time! those pictures are really pretty and the video is lovely, the song is so sweet

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    1. thank you! it was wonderful indeed ♥

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  6. Lovely. I just shot the same flowers from your first picture - I've been trying to figure out what they're called!

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    1. i've taken many pictures of those flowers over the years, but it wasn't until very recently that i learned their name: autilon hybridum, also called flowering maple or chinese lantern, but i'm not sure about the latter as i always thought chinese lantern was physalis alkekengi

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  7. nothing like a girls exploring afternoon kind of adventure :)

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