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Hello, goodbye ‎Vika Yermolyeva.

by Silver on Sunday, September 28th, 2014

Posted in: yay

Vika’s Youtube-channel | Vika’s homepage | Vika’s Facebook-page

 

Now the worst thing about moving away is having to say goodbye to those you call friends.

Sure it’s not a lost battle; as we moved to a new a city, we’ve met a wild bunch of new people. Some of these we will cherish overtime as our loyal friends, others will make nice acquaintances that we’ll call upon in a time of need, and the rest we will probably forget, like the countless others you meet in your day-to-day life. It will be exciting, it will be fun, but also bittersweet, for some friends you’d just want to drag along.

‎Vika Yermolyeva is one of those friends. She is an amazing artist and a musician with the sweetest of hearts, with a track record of impressive feat after another, and fan base so loyal – so large – that I can’t even comprehend.

We met Vika through her husband (also a close friend of ours with a heart made of candy), and while she first seemed shy, we came to know her over the years as wildly talented, funny, sarcastically witty, and a selfless person who just keeps blowing our brains away with one feat after another.

Vika is a Youtube-star, an award winning pianist, who plays rock and metal songs with a classical piano. She makes all the arrangements and sheet music herself, and her work is incredible, and if you’re lucky – you might even catch her gig somewhere.

I hope you like it, I hope you support her work, and I hope you have the greatest of Sundays.

 

 

 

Love,
Silver

Tweet tweet me all your Youtube-friends @runfreakrun and I promise to check them out.

Moving part 2

by Kaija on Tuesday, September 16th, 2014

Posted in: Runfreakrun, yay

The moving frenzy continues. From packing and sending to frantic house searching and familiarizing with everything strange.

But in order to lighten up the tone from last blogpost’s “moving sucks”-statement to something positive, we can give you a little peak of Berlin on our second Saturday afternoon here:

 

This is the street we live on. A slight shock after the pristine Frankfurt, but I prefer the liveliness here.

This is the street we live on. A slight shock after the pristine Frankfurt, but I prefer the liveliness here.

What is a post about Berlin, if it doesn't have graffiti in it?

What is a post about Berlin, if it doesn’t contain graffiti of some kind?

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This city has an endless amount of dogs, mostly running around without a leash, minding their business, while the owners are walking a hundred meters behind. The mutual trust between these dogs and the people is impressive.

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Meet Peter. We're lunching in a hipster cafe with him, while the conversation takes a plunge into goals, expectations and affirmations that the playlist playing on the background is indeed surprisingly awesome.

Meet Peter. We’re lunching in a hipster cafe with him, while the conversation takes a plunge into goals, expectations and affirmations that the playlist playing on the background is indeed surprisingly awesome.

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And lastly a sneak peak into our temporarily teeny tiny workspace and the pages that I'm working on..

And lastly a sneak peak into our temporarily-teeny-tiny workspace and the pages that I’m working on..

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And with that, I wish everybody a great week, and see you next Monday :)

 

Smiles,

Kaija

 

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