My blog has been changing a lot in the last days…
As I can see that many of you do not speak Spanish, I have been thinking…Maybe you would like to understand a little bit who I am?… So,here is the translation of my profile….
I am a middle aged woman… Fate has brought me to some fascinating places in the past, but has left (at least) my( professional) future up in the air…
I now yearn to reinvent myself… Dare to depart the beaten path… And find the door that allows me to follow my dreams…
Ilargia means “The Moon” in Basque… And, like the moon, I believe that all men and women not only pass through distinctive phases throughout their lifetime, but they also keep part of themselves hidden from view… And instead, sometimes, show what is merely a reflection of one’s true self…Hence the title of this blog………………………………….
I saw this boat in the Mediterranean waters…. And I liked the heart-shaped form in the front…. It opened my mind´s imagination…”Sailing through the Mediterranean waters, looking for his love…” Beautiful, isn´t it?
I know I already posted something for this challenge this morning but, suddenly, I remembered something perfect …!!!!
It was last Christmas… We went to Arizona, to visit C.´s family… They had a beautiful surprise for us: a trip to Monument Valley, Antelope Canyon (Upper and Lower), and surroundings, including….The famous Horseshoe!
I was really very excited about this place, as I had seen wonderful pics …. But when we arrived…. Well…. I was absolutely terrified!!!! One has to be really really close to the edge to be able to take a perfect photo of the Horse shoe…!!!
Here you can see C (in red) absolutely close to the edge, and the photo he was able to take… As you can imagine, I was at the back, far away, fighting with the fear of hights!!!!
I have been looking for something a little bit special…. Then, I found this quote:
“To create something exceptional, your mindset must be relentlessly focused on the smallest detail” (Giorgio Armani)
And I wonder… Do you think this mosquito knows Giorgio Armani? I am not sure about that, but what is sure is that he is paying a lot of attention to his work (I presume it is a male, … Do not ask me why! 😉
I call him “The Pharaon” because he looks like one of them, doesn´t he?