Calming the Mind, One Brush Stroke At a Time

My parents still have my childhood bedroom set in their home. The bed is disassembled and in the basement. Until a few weeks ago, the dresser and the nightstands sat in a bedroom, functioning as a storage space for my mother’s excessive clothing supply.

I’ve been eyeing the bedroom set for some time now. It’s 30 years old, and it’s in excellent condition. I’ve been eyeing the furniture…

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Canadian Croatian living in Croatia /Writing about my Adriatic Adventure /Writing about ‘the little things’

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Marijana Čuvalo

Marijana Čuvalo

Canadian Croatian living in Croatia /Writing about my Adriatic Adventure /Writing about ‘the little things’

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