And with that, April comes to an end! Although it makes it with a bang, a bank holiday on Monday that is much welcomed. Do you also have Monday free? What are your plans? We will be staying home for the long weekend finishing up videos to edit, posts for next month (blogiversary in sight!) and some planning for Dani’s birthday that’s also happening at the beginning of next month. Oh! and we have tickets for 3 movies from a small indie film festival in Barcelona which I’m quite excited about. Have you watched 20th century women, free fire or personal shopper? I would love to know your opinion. Of course, we are also going to see next week Guardians of the Galaxy vol.2 with little cute Groot!
But let’s stop anticipating and turn our heads back for the last time to April. This month of April had me dreaming about a shiny spring, while at the next day the cold weather was back again, as a reminder that Barcelona isn’t yet ready to let me forget about sweaters and scarfs. Juno has also been affected by the weather and she is shedding quite a lot, our house is a fluff field. I’m picking up a little fluff ball every step I make, ha!
Our favorite day of April is always Sant Jordi on the 23rd, the book and rose festivity. Traditionally girls get a rose while boys a book, but luckily for me (and for lots of other girls too) I get both. I had to admit that if I had to choose, I would pick the book without thinking twice. The streets of Barcelona are full with roses and books, which is a perfect sight, but also people… lots of them! You’ll see in the pictures how it looks like to be walking with your rose.
There are three books in the pictures because I always get a book for my mom and she gets one for me. I think I know where the book loving thing comes from, right? I bought Dani The Turn of the Screw by Henry James, after a conversation we had where he assured he had never read this gothic (horror-ish) novel, and I couldn’t believe it as he is so much into classics. My mom bought me Elective Affinities by the German author Goethe and Dani bought me also a horror novel called We have always lived in the castle by Shirley Jackson which has the cute edition you can see on the pics.
Well, and that was pretty much everything our phones captured this month. How was your April? Do you have furry ones also shedding? Which are your plans for next month? I’d love to read what’s about you!
A quick shout out to our Japan films! We have already posted our third Japan film on Youtube and this is one I would love you to watch: Disneysea! Stop by to see the best Disney costumes ever, my happiest smiles and a dreamy carousel. Let me know which part of the park in the video is your favorite!