Anyway I decided I will try to blog about October and I managed to write this blogpost in a period of three days, otherwise time is never enough to write it at once.
October was a theatre filled month.
But it started with a swim.The weather kept great in October and on the first weekend we went to the beach house.
It was lovely spotting our flowers again....
And spotting this collibri like insect too! I couldn't take photos of it as it didn't stand still so I took a short video.If you like have a look!
The water was rather cold but I enjoyed it although hubby didn't give it a try....
In October there was the semi Marathon one evening and we went to watch the people running. Due to some health problems on our legs we decided not to take part in the 5000 m run this time.
It was fun watching and spotting people we know and supporting them in their effort.And looking at beautiful spots lit at night. The umbrellas were lit pink for the breast cancer awareness day.
In October we met with friends and had dinner at Molyvos, a great restaurant.
First I had an invitation for the opera Aida which was fantastic!
both at T theatre and bothvery good performances!
We also went to the excellent performance of To Trito Stefani (at Moni Lazariston).
I loved meeting the protagonists Elissavet Konstandinidou and Thanasis Dislis,a friend of ours,afterwards.
Finally in October I decided to take up the role of Assassin in Game Over, the new children's play performed by the Teachers' Association Drama Club. The member who had the part had to move city so the group asked me to take the role as they had performances for November. The part is small but fun!Game Over is written by Afroditi Ioannou and Ioanna Katsarou and directed by Ioanna Katsarou, both talented teachers.
In October I went to an art exhibition by Stefania Patrikiou. I loved her work and ordered a piece of my own so you will see it at some point!
Koumbi coffee and crafts cafe.
There were lots of things to choose from.
The next bazaar is on 4th December so have a look if you are in the area. You can bring your stuff by appointment and then come on the day of the bazaar and get some things in exchange or buy some things very reasonably priced!
Every time we walk the seafront there are surprises for us!
In October I had the chance to meet sweet Anthi of Chrwmata kai paramythia (Colours and fairy Tales), a cozy little workshop place where amazing things are being made!
In October craftwise I covered some stones with ready made crochet motifs which I really liked.
I stitched some more squares on my SAL Snowflower Diaries calendar.
And as Barca is always by me I decided to change the black and white dog of August into one that looks like Barca and even added her Barca scarf! On that day Barcelona was playing and we were watching of course!
(This photo is three Barcas in one!Barca overdose!)
Maria very kindly gave me a heart along the little boat I had won.They are all made by papier mache and are so beautiful!
In October I read
So little sleeping and so much reading #readathon16 challenge.