Tallinn again

Posted by Claudia Moser on 8:29 PM
Sunday evening, away from home, 4 hard working days ahead. One nice walk under the sun, it would have been perfect if the moment would have been shared with Peter. We had a lovely Sunday breakfast, a nice coffee at the airport but being apart for a while it's not so easy. Especially since I will have some tough meetings, I will need a lot of energy and especially good faith. But in the end there will be Paris for 3 days, where we will just be on our own, enjoying this amazing city and having fun!

I will let the pictures speak for themselves, today I really got some nice shots, lovely weather and great light.

I wish you all a great week and wish me luck!



Good luck Claudia! Hope it all goes well for you over the next few days. It's not nice for you and Peter to be separated again, but how wonderful that you have Paris to look forward to. YAY! Great photos today. Look at that brilliant blue sky!

@This - you are so right :) Thank you dear friend!

Good luck lovely! I hope you manage to stay strong :)

Lovely photos the light in them is perfect :)

Great blog - following you now :)



@Sarah - thank you, you are very kind for the follow :) And I will keep you posted with the developments. Nice blog you have!

Wonderful picturs! I hope all your meetings go well. Paris for three days! Wow, that is just fantstic and romantic.

Sending positive thoughts your way and hope you're in Paris with your sweetie before you know it. Have a great week!!

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