January 3, 2014

Looking back...


I have never been a person who paid much attention to the end of year and spent any time trying to sum up the events from the passing year. However recently I found myself pondering about the last twelve months and I must say it had been pretty amazing time.
2013 was definitely a year of travel. We spent quite a lot of time in Papua New Guinea, Australia and Poland and even though it sounds like a cliche, each trip was an unforgettable experience…we are very keen to continue this trend in 2014 ;)
I feel like 2013 was also a year where certain projects were finished (my studies for example) and some were started (like turning Julian's workshop into a living space). All in all 2013 was a very good year for us and I am super grateful for that.
I can only hope that 2014 will bring us as much joy but I already know it will be a year of significant changes, which is scary and exciting at the same time…but I am staying positive :)
Below year 2013 in a nutshell :)


Nigdy nie nalezalam do osob, ktore dokonuja roznego podsumowan na koniec roku, ale ostatnio zaczelam sie zastanawiac nad tym, co przyniosl 2013. I musze przyznac, ze ostatnie dwanascie miesiecy bylo naprawde niezapomniane. 2013 to zdecydowanie czas podrozy. Julian i ja spedzilismy sporo czasu w Papua Nowa Gwinea, Australii i Polsce i mimo, ze zabrzmi to jak wyswiechtany frazes, to kazda z tych wypraw dostarczyla nam niesamowitych wrazen…mamy nadzieje, ze ten trend podrozniczy bedzie kontynuowany w 2014 ;)
Mam wrazenie, ze 2013 to byl czas na konczenie pewnych projektow (takich jak na przyklad moje studia), ale rowniez na ich rozpoczynanie (jak na przyklad przeksztalcenie pracowni Juliana w nasz dom). Jednym slowem 2013 to byl bardzo dobry rok dla nas i za to jestem niezmiernie wdzieczna.
Moge tylko miec nadzieje, ze 2014 przyniesie nam tyle samo radosci, ale juz dzis wiem, ze to bedzie rok duzych zmian, co jednoczesnie napawa mnie strachem i ekscytacja…ale jestem dobrej mysli :)
Ponizej rok 2013 w pigulce :)
















































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  1. Amazing pics... Breathtaking landscapes, I would love to go to New Zealand! Congratulations for your graduation :)
    x

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    1. Thank you :) You should definitely visit NZ, you won't regret it :)

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