29 Oktober 2009
18 Oktober 2009
I have to confess that I am addicted to Urban Outfitters. The sad thing is that they have just one shop in Germany (it's in Hamburg) and none in Israel. I would like them to open more shops!
The only thing I can do now is looking at those beautiful things, which you can find in the online store.
Naturally I wanted to know where and what I can shop in israel. Last week on my day off as I had time I went shopping. I think, it's amazing that you can buy the same clothes nearly in every shopping centre or mall all over the world. There's no big difference.
I didn't shop for fun yet, because I don't have so much money. I just looked for a pair of flip flops and got a beautiful one from Rip Curl for 60% off. So I paid around 12 € for them.
I also got clothes but I didn't buy them. I told you, that I am working in the laundry. Inside the folding room there is a cupboard filled with clothes no one wants to have anymore. It's called "boutique". After I found that place full of treasures I started to check it again and again.
In the end I got one white skirt, which will be in good use on shabbat, one pair of Levi's 501 jeans, which I cut off and wear them as shorts (actually I think those are men pants, but they fit quite nice), and one bag, which I will share with my boyfriend.
Hopefully I will discover more treasure and be able to show you.
07 Oktober 2009
Three weeks ago, I made my last entry. If you want to know why, read on. I am sorry that this is not really fashion related, but I think you should at least know where I am at the moment and why I can’t post so frequently.
As I may have written on my blog, I passed my Abitur this summer . Because of that I had to think about what to do next. I didn’t have any idea what I wanted to do in life before I graduated and I still haven’t. There are some vague thoughts about, but I am not quite sure about realizing them yet.
Besides my boyfriend told me, he wanted to go to Israel to help disabled people in a village named “Kfar Rafael”. Maybe you can imagine, that I was kind of sad that he may go there without me and I didn’t thought about going there. I have never been away from home for more than a month, so I was too scared to even think about going to Israel.
In the end, I changed my mind, because I realized that I wanted to do something totally different in/with my life than I did for the last years and that I couldn’t let my boyfriend go alone.
Now I am in Kfar Rafael, a small remedial community nearby Beer Sheba, taking care of three disabled woman, who are like the sweetest persons in the world, and working in the laundry of the village and I have to say that I don’t regret my decision yet.
Due to the slow internet connection and the packed time schedule I won’t have the time to post an entry more than once a week and I won’t be able to post a lot of pictures.