January 10, 2014

The magic of the blue box and our first words

When I was traveling back to Prague on the train I was reading Summer at Tiffany by Marjorie Hart. Literally it takes 8 hours to finish - from Kosice to Prague. Quite accurate. And everything I wished for. Not too hard and difficult. In my categories I'd put it into beach read = train read. But still very nice and sweet book. So if you're as into those little blue boxes as I am - go ahead and read it through! 

I was totally mesmerized by the New York 1945 and being part of the Tiffany Family. Everything a girl can wish for - am I right? Got inspired and started to build my air castles - again! It kinda happens to me a lot when reading some inspirational and most of all girlie book. But a girl can dream. And I am a perfect example of a girl. 

Yesterday my girls we around and somehow we were talking about babies and children, all very adult-y and mature topics as we have some friends who actually have kids (are expecting) kids. And we were talking about our first words and how funny it was, that most of us actually didn't say "mama" as the first word, but all different kinds of crazy things, such as "Batman" or "bus". Then it came to me and I have no idea - honestly - what my first word was, but my friend catch me on that and very funnily said: Tiffany! What else?! This got us laughing. A lot. But seriously, have to check with my mom on that.

What was your first word? Something crazy and original? Or "mama" - to make your mom proud and happy :) Share with us - it always brings pleasure to my heart! 

Lenka, xx


  1. Sounds like a great book, will have to look out for that. I think my first word was mom, but I'm not sure :) x

  2. Defo have to keep it in mind ;) Never read it.

  3. I love to curl up with a good book. I will have to pick it up


    1. You're speaking of my fav wknd activity! Happy times it's Saturday :))

  4. That sounds so interesting, love your post.


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