Wednesday, 27 November 2013


This is our new baby girl named Bruna, but we changed her name to Boira. (a catalan name for fog) she's almost five months old, and she's a an adorable clever babygirl.

* (this is a really doggy post, sorry for so many puppy photos... I just didn't want to miss any details of her arriving...)

She was rescued with a month aged from a container... she was brought to an animal shelter whom they take care of lots, and lots of abandoned animals... it's so sad...they do such an amazing job over there.  Because she was only a baby, she was lucky enough to find a wonderful host family. They've been taking care of her giving her lots of love and caring, but they already have two more dogs, so time to come back to the shelter was arriving... I saw a picture of her on Facebook, and we decided to take Cheers to meet her, and see how they could get on... surprisingly, we walked all together for a while, and all went pretty well! (Cheers has fear problems, though he's the best at home, cars, kids, trains, water, all scares him lots, and he turns out a bit defensive some times).

Today is our fourth day with Boira at home, as Cheer's sister. She's so clever, so brave, so loving and happy. She makes us laugh and care so much... Cheer's is having a hard time now, but we think they'll be the best brother and sister! they're really trying, and Boira is a wonderful girl, she's been really loved at her previous home, we're so thankful for that!
It has been a rough decision. We feel the need of giving, of sharing love, and we found the way. It's not easy, Cheers is having a rough time and we love him to the moon and back, so it's hard to watch him making efforts and accepting the new situation, but she's helping him so much.

I take this post as an opportunity to please, if you want to have a small puppy, a dog or cat to love and care, visit your nearest animal shelter, is full of beautiful and suffering creatures waiting for you to look after! and it's SO grateful for them to have a family where they can be loved and happy.

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Saturday, 16 November 2013

bits&pieces | November

an intense month, a strong season.
just describing it through some images.

November, in my veins, in my roots, in my bones.

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Thursday, 14 November 2013

negra sombra from Galicia

negra sombra by Luz Casal and Carlos Nuñez | from movie Mar Adentro (I strongly recommend)

this morning, I was listening to the radio, where galician spoke about the most horrifying nightmare they went through some years ago.... the worst natural disaster in the country... A boat spilled 50,000 tonnes of oil over the sea, polluting thousands of miles of the galician coast. Yesterday, spanish politicians decided no one is responsable for this.

I've been listening to truly moving and touching stories of how they lived that disaster. All nature was distroyed, sick. The fisherman, and neighbours, one by one, went into the waters to try and save any life they could. You can read about these news on the BBC here.
(sea pictures taken on Sunday's sunrise)
I couldn't help to share tears listening to those broken voices... all the images we've seen, all the people alone with a destroyed nature, animals and efforts with no government help... Spain is already alone and broken. 

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Monday, 11 November 2013

a feeling

they say, that the brave ones, are the ones who face their fears, as small as they can be. Those are the brave ones, not the ones that make huge successes without a strong effort, but the ones who make that small and appearing to be insignificant steps, that mean a world to them.

these mute colors are the way I feel lately... running out of energy, my body just moves because it has to, and now, it has reached my inside too. My ideas are falling, no creative images are coming out from me... We'll keep on fighting to get energy and light back.

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Sunday, 3 November 2013


small roadtrip to the mountains,
breathing in, all the new colors of nature.
welcoming the hard and cold times yet to come
bare feet to ground
looking for the elussive light
watching the skies fall apart in the middle of the afternoon...
early nights sleeping over us at such an early evening...

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