Roger Moore and Romania

It is with sadness that I found out that Roger Moore died yesterday. I had no idea he had a cancer as I’ve constantly seen him these years in different movies. He was charming several generations with his roles and beautiful blue eyes.

Besides the famous James Bond series and other similar films, I liked him also in an unknown movie, made in the past years. The title is ‘A princess for Christmas’ and I am subjectively mentioning it as it is set in one of the most beautiful mountain sites of my country, Sinaia. Roger Moore was very happy with the movie team, both from USA and Romania and the amazing mountain landscape impressed everyone.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1083448/ 

If you have some free time it is worth seeing it with someone special as the end will make you want a kiss 🙂 I am sure Sir Roger Moore will always remain in our hearts and will continue to live through his movies and his three children.

Paste Fericit! Happy Easter! Feliz Pascuas!

 

 

Paste Fericit cos

 

Va urez tuturor Paste Fericit, vitalitatea primaverii, sanatate, bucurii si sa primiti mereu vesti excelente! Sa aveti mereu inspiratia sa luati numai decizii bune si sa mergeti mereu de partea Luminii! Bucurati-va de primavara si de prezenta tuturor celor dragi, acestea sunt momente pe care le veti purta mereu in suflet.  Fiti fericiti & Christos a Inviat!

 

I wish all of you Happy Easter, vitality, health, joy and many good news! May you always take good decisions and always be on the side of the Light! Enjoy also this marvellous spring and the presence of all the people you love, these are things you’ll keep forever in your hearts.

 

Smiley- a great Romanian artist

I am writing a short post to share with you a funny old urban song that has been re-designed by Smiley, a modern Romanian singer and composer, together with Damian Draghici, another Romanian musician.

The funnier thing is that the street appearing in the video is close to my house in Bucharest, I will be famous one day! Enjoy the song and move your body- salsa or whatever you can 🙂 Have a great week!

 

Luxembourgish reloaded!

Ech sinn Josephina an ech schwätzen Lëtzebuergesch. Funny sounds, right? It means just this:  ‘I am Josephina and I speak Luxembourgish.’ Complicated language for a little country. But still, romanticism lies in his home-nest in Luxembourg. I have the chance to discover an interesting duchy, close to the centre of Europe and support the fight against cancer thanks to a great team of people who are trying day by day to save lives. I do not know if I have discovered spontaneously Duche du Luxembourg or if it is the Duche du Luxembourg that has magically discovered me. But all I can say is that….it is the beginning of a beautiful friendship.

Gott beschützt dech, Lëtzebuerg!   Je te remercie pour m’avoir recue avec amitie au milieu de tes vertes collines  🙂 img_5753