Ljubljana and me

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About Slovenian women or How to celebrate the Advent

And here it is, the most expected blog in which I will talk about  Slovenian women in a special context. Preparing for Christmas, the Advent. I’ve spent the first advent evening together with two Slovenian friends that initiated me in how to make your own Christmas ornaments. Hand made decorations, created with the help of nature and  creative imagination. Their hands are capable of create wonders and their minds to comprehend secrets of life. Slovenian women are secondly, in my opinion, perfect for the role of mothers, they have affection and empathy and most important patience.

People from other places are asking me how beautiful women are. I would say VERY beautiful! if you consider what is valuable for me. I prefer to look visual at a Slovenian woman that chose to wear a light make up or none at all maybe improving her charm with a flower in her hair rather then a scarecrow, fashionable after the latest magazines. If you find yourself visiting Ljubljana, don’t be surprised when you  see the both types in front of your eyes, it will only make you appreciate more the real Slovenian beauty, as my male friends have told me 😉

When I asked my other nationality friends living here what is their opinion on the Slovenian women, this is what it stood up in all opinions I’ve heard, the Slovenian women are truly hard working. From the every day job till the domestic tasks they have. Practically in every Slovenian home I ‘look’ I see the woman running the house. The men are not neglectable but, if you have read the blog on them, they are mostly found in bars regardless of the hour or age.

2014-11-30 20.25.aa31And now with Christmas coming up, all I can say is that the Slovenian women are the greatest cooks in the world! I might dare to say that every domestic cook in Slovenia beats any professional male cook from anywhere in the world! But this is just my opinion on the Slovenian women.

 

 

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