I still can't believe that my daughter is 18 already - a grown-up person according to our laws!:) Minnie's birthday on 11 December happened on a week day /Thursday/ so she could celebrate only with her friends /who treated her with lots of thoughtful gifts:)/, her dad /who had bought her a mini chocolate cake and had taken her to her favourite tea place:)/ and Teddy /who is living in Sofia now - when my husband started working there he decided that taking care of our son by myself would be enough for me so he and Minnie should help with the pet:)/...
Of course, we continued with the celebrations as soon as Minnie, hubby and Teddy came home for the weekend...:) We had a great time as always and the eclair cream cake was simply delicious...:)
During the weekend Minnie bought her birthday present - a smartphone...:) She used the money she had received by her grandparents and us for her name day and birthday...:) She really likes her new phone!:)
That weekend was a good one for shopping - hubby got a new shirt, Vanyo - new jeans and a long-sleeved T-shirt and me - new sports shoes...:)
I saw six movies since the last time I posted here - 'Paris Je T'aime' /I liked it much more than 'New York I Love You' because almost all stories touched me - some made me smile, some made me laugh, others made me cry...:) Only two or three confused me.../, ‘Trust’ /I liked the idea of the movie, the actors were great too, but the end disappointed me...:(/, ‘Luther’ /a very good movie about a very interesting person...:) It also made me feel proud that what Martin Luther has fought for in the 16th century, the Bulgarians have achieved in the 9th - translating the Bible into their own language and establishing an independent Bulgarian church...:)/, ‘Hanna’ /nothing special…/, ‘Ironclad’ /I love the Middle Ages, so I was really willing to like this movie, but I simply couldn't - there were too many cruel and disgusting scenes in it...:(/, ’Jane Eyre’ /great movie, I loved it so much that felt like re-reading the book!:)/