Britta's Letters from (and sometimes about) Berlin

Saturday, 15 October 2016

I believe In Kissing

©Brigitta Huegel

When I was in Vienna in August, I lost my pink Pashmina - in a tram, (well... after visiting a Heurigen(Wine)-Lokal, with son and daughter-in-love). And as hard as I tried: I didn't get it back. 
So sad, because I loved it very much, it had the perfect Pink. 


©Brigitta Huegel


"I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day and I believe in miracles." Audrey Hepburn 


Me too!






14 comments:

  1. What a shame that you lost your lovely pink Pashmina - I hope that another one comes your way one day.
    Your belief is working for you as it did for Audrey Hepburn too.

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    1. Thank you, Rosemary! The wonderful thing with that Pasmina was that it had two parts: pink overflowing into rose-petal. And it was very warm. And thank you for your compliment, makes me glow.

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  2. Britta, I love to believe that kindness makes girls prettier too - I try to be kind but I don't know if I'm getting any prettier?!
    Greetings Maria xx

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    1. Maria, I am absolutely convinced that kindness changes a face to prettiness because the eyes sparkle, the mouth smiles and the whole expression is attracting. If you do not believe me: look at those frozen botoxed faces of a lot of models, shudder.
      I really believe that "pretty" is a question of radiance, and the sense of a feeling. And addind "witty" doesn't hurt, and that we are too! Greetings, Britta xxx

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    1. Oh yes! (Hope you speak of my pashmina-loss, not my announcement that I will snatch your idea about Knut!)

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  4. That's a great photograph of you Britta.x

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    1. Thank you, Rachel - it was taken last year by my daughter-in-love (yes, she is married to my son, and in love, and in Law :-) , when we both spent our time - only the two of us! - in NY; marvellous. I am not allowed to post photos of "my children" - my photo of her would steal the show...

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  5. Too bad about your Pashmina. I believe I like your quote.

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    1. Thank you, Emma - I tried everything to get it back - the man at the lost-and-found-office even went after work to the house were they keep findings (normally I had to come to do it myself - but I was back in Germany...)

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  6. Britta, do you know where this quote is from?

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    1. Dear Shawn, I looked into the notebook I fill with quotes - but although I often take down the source, here I didn't. Might have been 'A.H. - an intimate portrait'; but I'm really not sure.

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