9/30/2014

Life lately: Toronto photo diary

Kui ma veel eelmises postituses rõõmustasin suve viimaste nädalate üle ja lubasin neid täiel rinnal nautida, siis nüüd räägime juba jahedast sügisest ja tavapärasest külmetushaigusest. Sellegipoolest ei lase ma veel täielikult suvemeeleolust lahti ja panen siia üle hulga aja ka mõned telefoni kiired ülesvõtted viimasest pooleteisest kuust, mille ma traditsiooniliselt Torontos veetsin. Ma pean tunnistama, et ei oska Torontot enam niivõrd turisti vaatenurgast näha ja peegelkaamera püsib suurema osa ajast kodus. Telefon, mis kogu aeg kaasas on, aitab aga hädast välja ja "reisihetked" saavad siiski jäädvustatud. Ma katsusin suurema osa ikkagi nii sättida, et ei kordaks väga Instagramist läbi käinud (hebbsh) pilte, aga mõni kordub sellegipoolest. Loodetavasti ei hakka igav :) 

In my last post I was still going on about enjoying the last weeks of summer but now summer has definitely turned into fall here (you, Torontonians, shhh! about your perfect summery weather there!). Despite that, I'm still not completely letting go of summer, instead, I'm sharing phone snapshots from my August and half of the September in Toronto. I'm having a hard time seeing the city as a tourist now, which is why I hardly have my camera with me. But that's when my phone comes to help and therefore I still have some snapshots of my "trip" to share with you. Some of them have already been published on Instagram (hebbsh) but I hope that doesn't make this post less interesting.
1. The best part about coming back to Toronto is seeing all my beautiful people again. 2. Went to see the movie Yves Saint Laurent. A bit depressive, as you can imagine, but truly a great movie and Pierre Niney did a wonderful job portraying Yves. 3. Always love when the occasion is right to have caviar as an appetizer. 4. Spa day at my favorite place - Sweetgrass at Verity. I had always thought (never mind why I think such weird things) how easily a nail polish bottle would break if I dropped it. Well, curiosity satisfied: I dropped it, it broke and the whole place was covered with coral nail polish - the shade I was gonna go with. I don't remember when I last felt so embarrassed about my clumsiness. But apparently I wouldn't believe how often that happens there - well, that made me feel better. A little. 
1. & 2. Rogers Cup time of the year! It's been a tradition for my godmother and I for about seven years now. It was even more fun this year with Canadian player Milos Raonic playing and also Roger Federer turning 33 on the same day. 
1. Saw Passenger live for the first time. I only knew one song before the concert but I absolutely loved the rest of the music as well and most of all I loved Mike Rosenberg's sarcastic sense of humour. 2. I must admit I don't use honey very much but look at that adorable bottle - I even started putting honey in my tea just because of that. 3. Street meat. I just cannot walk past street meat stand without getting one. The kind of 3-dollar-addiction that I can only get in North America. With lots of relish, please! Yum, craving for one now... 4. View from our old neighbourhood. Miss it. 
1. & 3. & 4. The mirror in my room just requires selfies: whether it's getting ready for a Friday night out or trying to figure out what would be the most comfortable thing to wear on the plane before starting packing my suitcase. 2. Cute dress on a mega sale at Urban Outfitters. I loved it but had to leave it there since it was so damn short that as soon as I leaned over even just an inch my bum was exposed. 
1. Cirque du Soleil - Kurios. It was my third Cirque du Soleil performance and I absolutely loved it. 2. Using my Starbucks name. It's a great name to use at coffee shops, fitting rooms or anywhere my real name doesn't matter. Even at bars with guys I know I'm never gonna stay in touch with. Makes my life easier and makes their life easier. 3. The cutest little cupcakes from a bakery across the street from our house. 4. Lots of catching up/gossiping with David. With wine, of course. 
1. Road trip to Sudbury. It's a long drive up but a beautiful one for the most part. 2. Cute geese at Moonlight beach. Sudbury itself is a town where most of the Estonians used to go when they immigrated. Nowdays, not so much. 
Ok, there still is one thing that I can be touristy about - that's Toronto's cute and oh-so-noisy red street cars that locals are not so crazy about anymore. It's like New York's yellow taxis for me. I don't know why, but they always make me feel like home for some reason. Streetcars and CN Tower. 
And then there's CNE, The Ex or Canadian National Exhibition - whichever you prefer. It's a fun place with fun rides, games and delicious but not so healthy food - for an example this deep-fried blooming onion was just too good to be true. Oh my I could eat it every day - thank god I can't...  
1. Morning lattes at Verity. 2. In my Happy Place - Holt's Cafe. It's the first cafe I went to when I came to Toronto god knows how many years ago now, and ever since it's been my absolute favorite place to go for lunch continued with a little shopping trip at Holt Renfrew centre afterwards. 3. Pretty good local rose wine with a fun name. 4. Delicious lavender macaroon at Nespresso. 
1. Just like there are never too many photos of red street cars, there are never too many photos of the CN Tower. 2. I was walking home from the Distillery District when I saw this cute little bunny right on Queen Street. Seemed weird to see a bunny in the middle of the city munching on grass. I just hope it was smart enough not to start crossing the DVP or anything like that... 
The other great part about being back in Toronto was working at my favorite auction house once again: 
1. Some pieces from Contemporary Art preview. 2. After hours. 3. Off the Wall preview. 4. A little after work wine on my last day. 
1. Some insanely good fries over here. 2. A Sunday afternoon relaxing on the deck. 3. Coffee break in Yorkville. 4. Heading to the airport, feeling a bit sad that the time has once again gone by so fast.  

Until next time, Toronto! 

9/08/2014

Still in the summer mode

Eneselegi märkamatult on ligi hiilinud september ja kuigi ma olen tegelikult sügise tuleku üle alati põnevil ning ootan ka saapaid, mantleid ja sügavamaid värvitoone, tundub suve lõpp alati kuidagi väga järsk ja kunagi ei ole selleks justkui täiesti valmis. Praegu ei paista sügis veel aga täielikult ligi hiilinud olevat, kuna paljad varbad ei karda enese näitamist ja oranžid toonid, mis tavaliselt sügise tulekuga peitu poevad, ei ole seda veel teinud. Nii et ma naudin veel viimaseid nädalaid erksaid värvitoone, paljaid varbaid ja oma suvist päevitust (mida ei ole küll kuigi palju enam alles, kuid siinkohal on suurepäraseks abimeheks see imeline kehaõli ning puuder). Nagu polekski veel september!
GAS jeans top
PINK TARTAN skirt
Nine West wedges
Chanel nail polish 623 "Mirabella"
The Body Shop Wild Argan Oil for Body & Hair
MAC  lipstick "Ravishing"
Ray Ban Polar sunglasses
Chanel Les Beiges Healthy Glow Sheer Powder no30

The first week of September has already gone by but I'm still pretty much living in the summer. And I plan to do it for as long as the weather lets me to.  I am always excited for colorful fall but summer often ends so suddenly and therefore feels too short. If I usually take out my deep-colored fall clothes and paint my nails to burgundy red as soon as September hits, then this time I've decided to enjoy summer for as long as I can by holding on to bright colors, bare toes and showing off what's left of my tan (not much, really, but that's when that amazing body oil and sheer powder comes to help). As if fall wasn't even close yet!

9/04/2014

Yup, I'm one of those girls now...

Ja mitte, et ma selle üle nuriseksin! Victoria's Secret'i ilutooted (ja mitte ainult muidugi) paistavad olevat paljude neidude lemmikuteks juba pikemat aega. Mina, pean tunnistama, olin siiani VS poes piirdunud vaid pesuga. Ilutooteid tõin aga reisidelt koju kaasa sõbrannadele kingituseks, kuna mind ennast need miskipärast ei köitnud. Seda muidugi kuniks mul möödunud detsembrikuise reisi ajal ootamatult palju aega Keflaviki lennujaamas oli ja ma igavuse peletamiseks ühte neisse roosadest poodidest sisse astusin. Näpuvahele sattus Victoria's Secret Midnight Exotics Sensual Jasmine käte- ja kehakreem, mis oma lõhna ja konsistentsiga koheselt mu südame võitis. Haarasin selle endaga siis kaasa mõeldes, et oleks ehk aeg ka ise neid paljukiidetud kreeme proovida - kaua ma ikka ainult sõbrantsidele tassin!? Ja õigesti tegin, sest kodus kasutama hakates süvenes mu kiindumus veelgi. Ja mõeldes veel ka soodsa hinna peale lennujaamas, hakkasin kahetsema, et ainult ühe tuubiga tagasi tulin.

Mõned päevad tagasi astusin üle hulga aja taas sisse Victoria's Secretisse, et sama kreemi jahtida, kuid see mind oma kohaloluga paraku ei rõõmustanud. Selle asemel kasutasin aga ära nende toredat boonust: 3 for 30$ ja otsisin välja kolm sümpaatsemat lõhna (oli raske küll ja ma ei ole siiani päris kindel, kas said ikka kõige õigemad valitud). Tahtsin kohe rohkem endaga haarata, aga pagan küll, et need kohvri kaalunormid nii väiksed peavad olema... Aga mis siis ikka, katsun kokkuhoidlikult majandada nendega, sest kes teab, millal jälle poodi saab, eksju. Üks on aga kindel: sellel sügis-talvel lõhnan küll nagu roosinupuke. Või midagi sellist.

Millised VS tooted on teie lemmikud?

8/28/2014

Budapest photo diary


Ja Budapest it is! Linn iseenesest meeldis mulle tohutult, küll aga ei saanud ma sellest just teab kui palju normaalseid pilte, mida jagada, kuna ma hakkasin mingi hetk laiskusest järsku võõrast fotokat kasutama ja suutsin sellel settinguid näppides märkamatult kuidagi pildi suurust nii kardinaalselt muuta, et ma hakkasin saama umbes 100KB suuruseid pilte. Ja otseloomulikult avastasin seda alles päris mitme päeva möödudes. Nii et kahjuks jah, paljud muidu väga ilusad pildid suurelt avaldamist ei kannata. Aga õnneks ma tegin mitmes kohas pilti nii telefoni kui fotokaga, nii et seis võiks hullemgi olla. Jep, ma olen enda peale veel siiani väga pahane, aga mis seal ikka, ma loodan, et teile meeldib see postitus ikka hoolimata mõnedest pisikestest ja kohati mitte just parima kvaliteediga piltidest. 

Time to talk about Budapest a little bit. Unfortunately I wasn't using my own camera because I suddenly got too lazy to carry it... And while discovering a completely new device for me I managed to accidentally change the settings, so I ended up getting about 100KB-sized photos. Of course, I didn't notice that before I had already used it for a few days. But luckily I often used my phone to take photos as well, so I hope you will find something enjoyable in this post anyway. 
Budapesti jõudes suutsin ma juba teisel päeval lootusetult haigeks jääda. Ilm oli muidugi megapalav ja ma ei tea, kas ma suutsin mingi pisiku saada juba Viinist või kust see tuli, aga tüütus ta oli, üritades mul reisi nautimist segada, aga ma tegin kõik endast oleneva, et end mitte häirida lasta. Ma olin Budapesti kohta nii palju head kuulnud, aga ausalt öeldes olin alati mingil määral mõelnud sellest kui üsna nõukaaegsest linnast ja ei osanud arvata, et mulle see niivõrd meeldida võiks. Siis hakkasin  rohkem pilte nägema ja üha enam tundus, et Budapestis on rohkemat peidus, kui ma algselt arvasin. Meeldiv vaheldus Viinile oli muidugi mitmekülgne toiduvalik. Tõsi, guljašš oli vist küll igas menüüs, aga muu valik oli sealjuures tunduvalt mitmekesisem.

On my second day in Budapest I realised I've managed to catch a cold. Again! But that didn't stop me from enjoying the beautiful Budapest. I had heard so many good things about Budapest but to be honest, I had always kind of thought of it as a bit too post-soviet kind of city, so I didn't really expect myself to like it that much. Also, comparing to Vienna's not the best choice of food (Would you like to have a schnitzel or schnitzel for breakfast, lunch and dinner?) food options in Budapest were much wider. Yes, there was still goulash probably in every menu I saw, but there was also a big variety of other things.
Kuna samal ajal toimus ka F1 Ungari GP, käisime ka seda vaatamas. Oma esimese Grand Prix jooksul jõudsin kõik põnevad asjad ära näha: Hamiltoni põleva masina ja ootamatult vihmaseks ja seega libedaks muutunud raja tõttu sellelt õnnetult välja sõitnud Magnusseni. Kohad olid head ja mulle väga-väga meeldis! Siiani olin ma vormelit vaid telekast näinud ja ilmselgelt ei anna võrreldagi sõiduga kohapeal. Juba kogu see müra oli omaette elamus ja ma ei mõistnud kohe üldse neid tegelasi, kes omale tropikesed kõrva panid - mis mõttes, müra käib ju asja juurde!? Aga noh, võib-olla kui sa hooajast hooaega igal etapil käid, siis ehk tasuks küll ära, jah...  Omamoodi armas oli ka näha eesti lippu tribüünidel – kuna lisaks Eesti lippudele oli neil seal rippumas Red Bulli ja Ferrari lipp, siis ma eeldan miskipärast, et pöialt hoidsid nad Vettelile ja Räikkönenile.
Mina hõiskasin samuti Red Bulli, aga Ricciardo, poolt, kes ka lõpuks võistluse kinni pani (ja tegi seda mõned päevad tagasi Belgia GP-l taas, jee!). Ja miskipärast pakkus mulle nalja veel see, et F1 GP on vist küll üks väga vähestest üritustest maailmas, kus naised ei pea tualetijärjekorras seisma ilmselt ka kõige rahvarohkemal ajal, vaid mitmemeetrised järjekorrad on hoopiski meeste tualettidele. Lihtsalt fun fact, sest noh, teame ju küll, kuidas muidu need asjad on, eksju.

We also went to Hungarian F1 Grand Prix. It was my first time to see an actual F1 race live and I loved every second of it! It was also nice to see Estonian flags in the audience - I assume they were cheering for Räikkönen and Vettel. I personally was cheering for Red Bull as well but for Ricciardo who won the race (and did it again a couple of days ago in Belgium, yay!). 
The other thing that made me giggle a bit, was that the queue for men's washroom was remarkably longer than it was for women's washroom - there was no queue for the ladies room, to be honest! At least I didn't have to stand in line even during the busiest time of the day. And well, us, ladies know how rare that is... 
Budapest iseenesest on selles mõttes küllaltki naljakas, et ühest küljest hakkab ikkagi see selline kergelt nõukaaegne olemus veidi silma - noh, kas või sellest, milline on ühistransport - teisalt on suurem osa hooneid arhitektuurilt nii põnevad, et ma mõtlen, et huvitav, miks meil nii ei ole? Rääkides ühistranspordist, siis Budapesti metroo jääb vanuselt muideks ainult kuue aastaga alla 1890. aastal valminud Londoni metrooliinile (5.1 km pikkune ning esimene omataoline maailmas). Ja muidugi ei ole ka rongid ega muu süsteem Budapestis tükk aega uuendust leidnud. Igatahes oli kuidagi väga vahva sellise vana metrooga sõita, võib-olla isegi natukene hirmus, sest tundus, et rongid liikusid kuidagi liiiiga lähedal seinale, mis oli pisut harjumatu ja hirmutav, eriti kuna konditsioneeri puudumise tõttu olid aknad rongis lahti. Liin nr 1, mida mööda minagi liikusin, on ka UNESCO maailmapärandi hulka loetud alates aastast 2002. 

Budapest did seem to look a little bit like one of the post-soviet cities, just like I thought, but at the same time the architecture there was just gorgeous. Public transit on the other hand seemed quite old. The metro line, by the way, is one of the oldest and was also added to the UNESCO world heritage list in 2002. 

Budapest üllatas mind ka "ratastel baariga". Mul on siin ühel alloleval pildil ka rõõmsad noormehed, kes seda teenust - või ma ei teagi, kuidas seda nimetada - kasutasid. Igatahes, töötas see nii, et kutid istusid kämpingu lõkkeplatsi sarnase laua taga ja väntasid, käru liikus edasi. Kärus oli muidugi muusika ja vaadiõlu käepärast võtta. Omamoodi naljakas-vahva, aga mulle tundus äärmiselt uskumatu, et sellist asja suurlinna liiklusesse üldse lubatakse  – mina nägin seda käru ühel küllaltki suure liiklusega tänaval.

Another funny thing I saw in Budapest was the "bar on wheels" you can spot in one of those pictures below. It was basically a big camping table type of thing that was provided with a big keg of beer, music and it moved as the guys were paddling away. Like riding a bike basically. It was funny to look at yes, but I personally found it weird that it was actually allowed on the streets like that - I saw it in what seemed to be one of the busiest intersections in Budapest. 

Mainimistväärt on vist ka see, et kui Viini puhul see nii silma ei hakanud, siis Budapesti puhul hakkas kohe tugevalt silma, kuidas taksojuhid püüdsid turistidelt raha välja pumbata. Muidugi tuleks taksoga sõites igal pool alati üle küsida, kui palju sõit maksab ja seda enne taksosse istumist, kuid siiski. Lennujaamast ma rääkida ei oska, kuna me reisisime rongiga, kuid rongijaamas on tavaliselt mõned agarad taksojuhid juba rongiukse juures ootamas ja su kohvreid haaramas, et sinult siis 10-minutilise taksosõidu eest 25 eurot kasseerida üritada. Seega mõistlik oleks vist kohaliku nägu pähe teha, jaamast sirge seljaga välja kõndida ja sealt juba edasi taksot otsida.
Ja mis minu jaoks veider tundus, ka juba Viini juures, oli see, et inimesed, eriti taksojuhid, ei kasuta turvavöösid. Üks isegi teatas mulle, kui ma tagaistmel oma turvavööga ukerdasin, et oioi, preili, seda nüüd küll teha vaja pole. Ma olin hämmingus ja ütlesin, et on ikka küll! Igatahes, ma soovitaks võimaluse korral alati restorani töötajatel või hotelli concierge’l takso tellida ja vältida kuskil üksinda nurga taga seisvaid taksosid – niiviisi võib peaaegu kindel olla, et tuleb juht, kes rahaga külma teha ei püüa, kuid sellegipoolest võiks ka siis igaks juhuks üle küsida, palju sõit maksab. Näiteks sama teekonda läbides Grand Prix'le ja tagasi läks hoolimata ametliku takso olemasolust ikkagi iga kord pisut erinev summa…

I guess it's worth to mention that you must be very careful with taxi drivers in Budapest. I mean, you should be careful anywhere but Budapest unfortunately seemed full of taxi drivers who were just looking to make some money on tourists. I don't know about the airport but if you see a taxi driver running towards you trying to get you in  his car at the train station - run the opposite way. All he will want to do is give you a 7-euro taxi ride for 25. 
Another thing I thought was a bit weird, also in Vienna, was that taxi drivers almost never used a seat belt. One of them actually told me when I was having a hard time putting mine on in the backseat "Oh miss, that's not necessary here!" Um, yes it is!! Anyway, I would strongly recommend asking for someone to call you a cab if you're at the restaurant or hotel concierge when you're at the hotel. But still, always ask for the price, because even though we seemed to ride to the GP with the official taxi company, the price for the ride was different every time... 
Minu jaoks tuli üllatusena, et Budapest jaguneb omakorda kaheks: on Buda pool ja on Pest pool. Nimelt olid need kaks kunagi hoopistükkis eraldi linnad. Meie imeilus hotell Corinthia oli Pest poolel ja tundus, et sellise hotelli kohta kuidagi õnnetu koha peal. Ümberringi olid kohati kahtlased baarid ja tänavad olid üldse pisut räpaka olemisega. Samas Buda pool jättis endast hoopis puhtama mulje ja Buda poolelt leidsime ka päris mitu väga-väga mõnusat söögikohta.

It came as a surprise to me that Budapest used to be two separate cities: Buda and Pest. Now they serve as different sides of Budapest. Our beautiful hotel Corinthia was on the Pest side which I thought wasn't maybe the best place for it to be. I mean the area was a little dirty-looking and noisy for that kind of beautiful place. Buda side seemed to be a bit more quiet and clean. We also found quite a few beautiful dining places there. 
Viis ja pool päeva sai kuidagi väga kiiresti läbi. Rong Viini, kiiruga hotelli, kuhu ma udusena oma seeliku unustanud olin, ja tagasi kodu poole. Budapesti aga läheks ilmselt iga kell tagasi, järgmisel korral aga ööbiks hoopiski Buda poolel.
Ma loodan, et te nautisite postitust hoolimata mõnest mitte just kõige teravamast pildist ja kes on Budapestis käinud, võib muidugi lahkelt ka omi kogemusi jagada! :)

Five days in Budapest went by quickly and suddenly it was time to head back to the train station, catch a train to Vienna, pick up my skirt I had left at the hotel and fly back home. I would definitely go back to Budapest someday, next time I guess I would stay at Buda side, though. 
I sincerely hope you enjoyed this post despite some not the sharpest photos and if any of you have been to Budapest, I'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences! :) 

8/26/2014

Emmy's 2014: 10 best and 10 worst

On esmaspäeva õhtu, telekast tuleb Emmy'de otseülekanne ning ma valmistasin algselt ette üldsegi teist postitust, kuid otsustasin hoopis moepolitseid mängida ja Emmy'dest kirjutada.
Valisin välja 10 lemmikut ja 10 mitte nii lemmikut. Pean tunnistama, et lemmikuid tekkis päris mitu, nii et oli isegi raske ainult kümnega piirduda, teisalt ei olnud õnneks väga palju negatiivselt ahhetama panevaid kleite. Igatahes, minu valikud on siin, alustame halvimast. 

It's Monday night and Emmy's are live on television. I was preparing another post but decided to write about Emmy's instead. Well, why not to pretend to be a bit of a fashion police here, eh? 
I picked out 10 outfits I thought were the best and 10 I thought were the worst. It was hard to pick out just 10 favorites and there definitely were more dresses that I really liked than dresses that I really hated. Anyway, here are my personal picks, starting from the worst.
Christina Hendricks is a beautiful woman but for some reason I've never really been keen on the red hair = red lips = red dress-type of looks. I personally am not a fan of all things red, even though I do like red as a color a lot, so this look just doesn't do it for me. 
I usually love the way Zooey Deschanel dresses but not this time. The dress is boring and although it doesn't make her look awful, it doesn't make her look good either. Even the bright pink doesn't make it look less boring, to be honest.
For a second I thought about removing Hayden Panettiere from this list because criticising a pregnant woman didn't seem right for some reason, although this is obviously not why I don't like her looks...  She looks pretty, I mean her hair and make-up, but all that shine and that deep cleavage for this specific dress is just a bit too much for my eyes. 
These three are the dresses I feel could have a lot of potential if something was different. I'm used to seeing Kerry Washington in pastels and I absolutely love seeing her like that, so orange dress and blue make-up was like a cold shower to me. Maybe orange isn't the new black for me just yet? Talking about "Orange is the New Black"... Dascha Polanco has found a beautiful dress but unfortunately in a few sizes too small for her. Allison Janney's dress is beautiful and fits well, yes, but velvet just gives me creeps. That's it. No one should wear that much velvet all at once. Yuck!
And the last four... Well, Sarah Paulson's dress brings only one question to my mind - what is that and why is that!? Kristen Wiig's dress on the other hand looks like a nightgown except it's longer... Why, I don't know.
I believe Camila Alves might find it hard to shine next to a husband like Matthew McConaughey - I mean, look at the guy! Absolutely love his suit and shoes. Camila's look - not so much. Or maybe I just can't get over the fact how much her dress reminds me of my grandmother's living room curtains... And well, since I'm not a fan of all shiny space cadet costume-themed dresses either, Amy Poehler found her way into this list as well. I guess I wouldn't like the dress even if it was simple black... Or maybe I would? I do like her hair a lot, though. 

But now to the 10 favorites... 
Skinny top, puffy bottom and I'm sold. Allison William's and Sarah Hayland's outfits are completely my cup of tea. They both look like princesses. But I guess if I had to choose which one of them is my favorite I'd go with Sarah's look because red, white and a bit messy looking top knot just does the trick for me. Michelle Dockery's dress on the other hand is a bit different and more reserved than the other two but the cut and the color combination looks absolutely stunning! 
Natasha Lyonne's dress is absolutely gorgeous! I don't think I had ever seen her in anything other than this beige prison suit, so it was a nice change and she definitely looks great in it. Julia Robert's dress was something I didn't like at first but the more I looked at it, the more I started liking it. It's also a nice change for all the long maxi dresses on the red carpet. And well, then there's Alexi Ashe. Not a fan of the color usually but in this case - I am. 
And finally, what is there not to like about red and white combo? Claire Danes and Heidi Klum pretty much always look stunning and this time was no exception. They looked absolutely beautiful in their red dresses but Amanda Crew and Michelle Monagham didn't look an inch less gorgeous in their elegant white dresses. Beau-ti-ful!  


Kas teie vaatasite Emmy'sid? Millised olid lemmikud, millised mitte nii väga?
Did you watch the Emmys? What were your best and worst outfits?

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