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Theatre run

8th of March in Russia is known as Women's Day. I call the day of family duty. I love my family but when it goes to holidays... So many things to do, so many smiles to give (whatever they tell you it's better to say 'yes' and keep on smiling). In the morning I was crazy buying gifts last minute - I totally forgotten I have to buy something. Running around the mall being late for family dinner dressed for evening theatre (tricky - look fine and comfy for shopping and theatre at the same time)... I bought presents, made my way to grandma's and grandpa's place, and then went to theatre. My father gave us tickets to theatre - what a nice idea! It was in Sovremennik theatre play was called "Three Comrades". The play is originally a novel by Erich Maria Remarque so it's tragic with a little piece fun during the play anyway. But it lasted for 4 hours. I was so very much tired when finally came back home that I actually needed one more day off. You may see it on my face.

8 Марта в РФ известен как женский день. Я называю его "семейным долгом". Я люблю мою семью, но когда речь идет о выходных.. Так много нужно сделать, так много улыбок предоставить (чтобы не говорилось, лучше ответить "да" и улыбнуться). С утра я была немного сдвинутой, покупая подарки в последнюю минуту - я совершено забыла купить что-то до этого. Бегая по ТЦ, опаздывая на семейный обед, одетая для вечернего похода в театр (трудно - выглядеть прилично и удобно для похода в магазин и в театр одновременно)... Я купила подарки, добралась до бабушки и дедушки, и затем пошла в театр. Мой отец подарил нам билеты в театр - какая отличная идея! Это была пьеса "три товарища" в Современнике. Пьеса изначально - повесть Эриха Мария Ремарка, поэтому она трагична с небольшими забавными вставками. Но она длилась 4 часа. Я устала так безбожно, когда наконец вернулась домой, что мне опреденно был нужен ещё один выходной. Это можно разглядеть на моем лице.






Dress/Платье Morgan
Jacket (taken from the suit)/Пиджак (от костюма) Climona
Bag&Shoes/Сумка и ботинки Alba

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