Saturday, November 21, 2015

Minus degree

Winter is coming and today it was -5 degrees where we live. I wore a hat for the first time and gosh was it cold. We went in to the city for French lessons and after we bought some sweets at Karamellaffären like usual on a Saturday and then we had a forest walk.
After this intense day,  I can't wait to escape family life for a bit and dress up for a dinner with some lovely friends.

(coat: Massimo Dutti, hat & shawls: Stella McCartney, bag: Fendi & boots: Isabel Marant)

12 comments:

  1. Such lovely photos of you with the boys Stina. I like your colour palette, it always flatters your face and hair. It's so good that you're having French lessons for the boys, I wish it was more affordable and accessible here in Australia for children to be taught second languages as I think it enhances them as people and opens the world up a little bit for them.
    Hugs, Vicki.

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  2. Hej Stina,
    Undrar vart barnen får sina franska lektioner? Min dotter skulle behöva...kan du rekommendera ngn?
    Du kan maila om du inte vill skriva här, yazz7@hotmail.com. Tack på förhand :)

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  3. Today so cold also here I wore almost all like you! Hat, boots and grey coat but I only see now your nice picture with little cute "monsters"! Strange no?
    Hugs

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  4. So Stina, why are you so defensive against comments like the once from Yaca? Is the intention that this blog should only be a blog for people that like what you like and do what you do? Please say that in that case. You do not like to be questioned and grow from that, from unknown peoples opinions? Sure, you show 5 % of your life, but those 5 % is also what is discussed you know and directly you become defensive.

    Besides this, you say we should be open till the refugees, but would you still be that if terrorists came with them to Stockholm? For sure all refugees are not good people, criminals are also included in these groups you know?

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  5. Same old passive/ aggressive from anonymous. Why do you hide? So you can throw your judgement and scorn. Every opportunity you can you criticise and pick, pick, pick. Blogs are for like minded people, where's your blog? Show us your life so then we all see how perfect your are.

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  6. Well, anonymous at beginning we did not know that some criminals came with the refugees .... Before what's happened to Paris and from now probably everywhere else....

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    1. Who did not understand that some refugees are criminal? Who are so naive to think only kind people are refugees?

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    2. And some Swedes, Swiss and French are also criminals? Whats your point? The refugees are trying to escape from hell where things what happend in France happens more or less every day in Syria. And I do agree with Victoria above, why are you reading this blog at all?

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    3. As Uta said, we did not know....

      Besides, so many people come with fake passports and say they are children even though they are above 20 years. Using a naive system. Would you like to live next to a terrorist?

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  7. Anonymous; I am sure that Stina isn´t naive when it comes to refugees but in Sweden we are very proud of the fact that we at least try to help as many people in need as we can. Other countries should do their bit and follow our example. It wasn't such a long time ago that many europeans needed help to escape or recover from war. And I am sure that you are aware of that most refugees are actually escaping from IS, they are just normal people not terrorists. /Maria

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  8. Fin bild. Ser kallt ut. Vill dina söta pojkar inte bära mössa, halsduk och vantar? =) Denna årstid tar lite emot med tanke på alla plagg man måste ta på sig för att stänga kylan ute. Må gott // Camilla

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  9. I completely agree with Victoria, this Stina's blog is for positive and agreeable persons, sharing ideas with Stina by commenting normally.
    Aggressive persons like you does not need to write here.

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