A chaotic dream

Prologue For a moment, I didn't know what I had been thinking. Everything was just moving too silently, and the world around me was showing nothing too special to take notes about. Or maybe, that was just my own imagination that the connection was gradually becoming invisible? Had it lost its shape already or had … Continue reading A chaotic dream


A life meaning

For my lady The rain and darkness, they were all around me, asking what I could do for the survival. To me, I know nothing, maybe nothing ... ... but one thing for sure. I'm striving to live for my lady. That's the story of my life from now on. 'Wintersong' Is this really my … Continue reading A life meaning

Peshna – the cave where the fantasy and reality collide

This is truly fantastic nature 🙂 Hope that one day I can write about a beautiful place like this too ^^


The cave Peshna has the biggest entrance in the Balkans! Located 6 km from Makedonski Brod on the regional road to Samokov it is one of the most attractive natural beauties of Macedonia.

Unfortunately, not many people know about it, even the Macedonians are still discovering it, so it is a hidden gem and an unexplored tourist destination, although it was proclaimed a natural heritage of Macedonia. It was our, me and my husband’s first visit to the cave, although it’s only 1,5 hours drive from our city. We were making plans for this visit for few months but there was always something we had to postpone. And now came the moment to see this wonder of nature.

As we were approaching by driving and we saw the huge hole in the hill we were like OH MY GOD! We knew it was big but didn’t expect to be that huge. Before we went…

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Involuntary memory

It was beautiful to share about your childhood, thank you 🙂 Hope that I will write a decent post about mine soon ^^

It's a small world

Do you ever get that feeling of remembrance all of a sudden and you start picturing in your mind memories of old? Well, I’m surely not old at 18, but I do have memories of my childhood, and today, out of nowhere, they came back to me.

There is always something that provokes this involuntary memory: a familiar smell you thought forgotten, an object that shouldn’t be there, the chilly night weather in Spring, a simple breeze, a taste, a sound, even silence can be such a factor. That’s the moment when the environment seems to recreate the same, or at least similar conditions to moments you already lived that put your involuntary memory to work. This is basically what happened to me today.

For 6 years during my childhood I lived about 20 km away from my hometown, and life was silent there. It wasn’t exactly in the middle…

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