Domingo, 07 de Abril de 2013

started to read this book friday, lovely one! Loving it so far, almost finishing it (:

"In the spring of 1938 Elise Landau arrives at Tyneford, the great house on the bay. A bright young thing from Vienna forced to become a parlour-maid, she knows nothing about England, except that she won`t like it. As servants polish silver and serve drinks on the lawn, Elise wears her mother`s pearls beneath her uniform, and causes outrage by dancing with a boy called Kit. But war is coming and the world is changing. And Elise must change with it.

At Tyneford she learns that you can be more than one person.
And that you can love more than once."


here's the trailer (: I hope you find it as joyful as i did.

See you,
Maddie x 

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Quarta-feira, 03 de Abril de 2013

published by maddie às 16:31
Sábado, 09 de Março de 2013

YOU'LL ALWAYS, ALWAYS BE LIKE A SISTER TO ME. Don't get me wrong, any time. Don't give up on me. I know I can show you, my frienship is worth it, or try. 


Don't forget it. 

See this post any time you doubt.



Sister x

published by maddie às 23:36
Sexta-feira, 01 de Março de 2013

just a word and it would be enough

published by maddie às 21:39
Quarta-feira, 27 de Fevereiro de 2013

I can start to dream, and dream, what can I say... 

You didn't even look at me, or if you did, it was just a tiny glance. You don't care about me. And you won't change by me. What in heaven? That is utopic. No way it's gonna happen. Liking you for more than a year just got me sadness and I don't have enough courage to go forward this time. I get that chills, and that feeling inside. I couldn't help but smile like an idiot when I saw you. I felt like I needed to scream. But I didn't. I felt like I needed to jump, but I couldn't. And after all you might not know me at all.

published by maddie às 14:29
Sábado, 23 de Fevereiro de 2013

you're like a sister to me. I was pleased I finally had someone to talk about everything, someone who would be there for me. Someone I could trust. And that word, trust, is like paper, you know? Once it is crumbled it is never perfect again. And you failed in the trust I put you. It could had turn to a lot worst than this you know? No, why I keep asking "you know"? of course you don't. You don't get it what it is to feel lost and alone all the fucking time. You don't know half I've been through. You don't know how sensible I am, and what I can say without meaning it. You don't know me at all. I thought you knew, but you don't. And now here I am. I miss you, I really do. You were that person who cheered me up. I could be crying but you could just say: I'm so sexy, and i would laugh my butt off. And you know what is the feeling to lose someone? I have it. Because I'm stupid and I do everything to keep letting you go. I say those words in the moment that fuck up everything. And you were just trying to help. And I'm sorry I'm a bad friend, and I'm sorry I'm the most retarded kid on earth. I don't know what I had in my mind. I'm not mad at you, I can't be. Tho, the trust was torned yesterday. I feel like if I knew some "bomb" right now I would feel in the need to go tell you. I just can't hide anything from you. And that's why you are my panthera. 
I love you x 

published by maddie às 21:37

Summary: Danielle Steel offers us a moving story about love and war, in a very rich historical environment, with gestures of  loyalty and betrayal,  in the lives of three generations of women and their survival pathways and mourning, connected by an unparalleled devotion whose echoes cross time. 

The summer of 1915, in full World War was a time of prosperity and discomfort for the Wittgenstein family. 

But for the eldest daughter, Beata, it was also an awakening, which forced her to make the most important decision of her life. 

Later, now in the World War II, it will be up to her daughter, Amadea, searche for her place among the family and long lost and her dreams for the future, a future of hope made by echoes of the past. 

Echoes transports us to a world already gone and weaves a rich tapestry of love from a mother, a daughter's courage and faith unwavering that gave them strength, even in the worst moments of history.



Blogger's note: One of the best books I ever read. You should read it, and after it, you'll see the world in a different way.

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published by maddie às 18:44

A feeling so long lost, was now brought to life.

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