Bittersweet October

Dear Friends,

It is Friday, last Friday of October, and I invite you to celebrate this unique day with me and my latest video dedicated to most colorful and inspiring moments that will never come back. But, fortunately, I was able to record them and we can press play button every time when our hearts are longing for this bright fall season. I love you, Madam Autumn, and I love you, my Friends:

Hope you have a relaxing Friday evening!

Make me happy and leave a comment!

Yours Film Director

P.S. By the way, it is my 200th post! One more occasion to celebrate today! Cheers!

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At the Zoo

Dear Friends,I hope your weekend was great and your Monday was calm. If not, then you MUST watch my new short video devoted to our four-legged little brothers who always inspire us and support! There are no more loyal friends as they are! Welcome to Sosto Zoo in Nyiregyhaza, Hungary! Among exciting highlights there are the monkey feeder, the Oceanary with polar bears and Seal Show, or camel rides through the forest. Click below:

Mountains Goose Skin

I’ve got mountains in my head

Sunday jumping to my bed

I am sitting in my shed

Chewing a piece of my bread

Playing video in my head…

And now presenting video for you, my Friends! Time to get out from your cozy beds and switch on my Sunday series. Are you ready for goose skin after effect?

Time goes not slowly, have fun today, right now!

Love you all,

Yours Film Director

 

VideoStory: Somewhere At the Mountains

Dear Friends,

Happy to see you visiting my blog and looking through my posts. As you know I am a nature-dependent person who is working seriously on her book now. And it is well-known that inspiration and muse are occasional guests at every writer’s brain, I am not the exception. Therefore, I had to look for it and could not find better place than here:

Would you be able to meet your muse at such a place? What is your opinion? Share with me and please your passionate film-maker!

Have a hot summer weekend! I Do!

Love you all,

Yours Film Director

 

Book Vlog Ad

With some delay, but in good time of the day (working for many of you), I invite you to watch my book vlog ad devoted to Ukrainian daily food habits. For those you are hungry:

Do not leave my blog without any sweet comment! Looking forward to hearing from you soon!

Enjoy your meal and eat healthy!

Yours Film Director&Writer

“You Don’t Have to Be Great to Start, But You Have to Start to Be Great”

Dear Friends, Sunday has come and Ann is in her gymnastics shoes at the river somewhere in the mountains:

“Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live.” – Jim Rohn

Greet your body today!

“Today is a brand new day; a fresh start. Replace any negativity with positivity; think happy thoughts.”

Love you all,

Yours Body Instructor

P.S. I would love to hear your wisdom thoughts!

 

Green Sunday

Trinity or Green Sunday is celebrated on the 50th day after Easter in summer in Ukraine. Starting from Friday people were in search of green branches and herbs to decorate their homes with.  And me too:

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This tradition comes from ancient Judaism, in which the Pentecost, the Feast of Harvest, was celebrated outside amongst flourishing Nature.

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The last Saturday before the Trinity Day is called “Green”. In the morning, Ukrainians went to the woods and meadows to collect herbs: thyme, tarragon,  basil, oregano, tumbles and in evening they were decorating houses with the branches of maple, basswood, and ash.

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On Sunday morning Ukrainians  in festive clothes are going to the church, which is  also decorated with flowers and branches of trees. After the church, boys and girls are heading to the woods, where they were playing games, dancing, singing songs, and joking.

There is one captivating tradition regarding wreaths,  girls usually go to the forest or to the field to make wreaths. Then they come back to the village to tie the wreaths to the birch tree. On Sunday, girls are checking their wreaths and taking them off the tree. If the wreath remains fresh, it means the girl’s family would be happy, but if the wreath withers, it is not a good sign and meant the family will be unhappy.

In ancient times Ukrainians spent this holiday at forests and fields, arranging fireplaces and dancing around, even jumping through it. Nowadays, Ukrainians also prefer going to forests, but mainly for bbq and again dancing, although this time as an after effect of horilka, ha-ha! Happy Trinity!

Oh no, do not click yet, here is the cherry on today’s pie, my trailer devoted to new project, let’s check what I’ve got for you:

And you, do you celebrate Holy Trinity? Share! Subscribe! Like!

Love you all,

Have a great weekend!

Yours Ann

P.S. In case you would like to know more about Ukrainian traditions, I am happy to announce that currently I am working on a book about Ukraine…aren’t you interested?

Japanese Year in Ukraine

2017 is the year of Japan in Ukraine. Thus, Ukrainians have a unique chance to get to know more about Japan and its culture. I was particularly lucky to visit Japanese Gardens which are presented right in the city. I felt very inspired by the seen. There is no single element or design component indicative of or required for a Japanese garden. The simplicity of Zen design is often the main finished attribute of a Japanese garden, which encompasses peace, calm and serenity. Varieties of design elements are generally incorporated to achieve the full effect of a traditional Japanese garden. Have a look:

In case you would like to know more about Japan, visit https://nice2beme.com, highly recommended!

Have a lovely week!

Love you all,

Yours Film Director