He is the voice of reality and risks. He taught us the importance of a firm handshake and that it doesn’t matter what others think. That we can still live up to our standards. To be grateful for that piece of chocolate before opening it. He is the reminder that the World is not organized around you. But that you matter.

He raised us well and firm, first creating and guarding a bubble, but then making it flexible enough so we could make our own decisions. Until this day, he never hesitates to voice doubts or risks, but he’s always there to support you, no matter what you chose.

He’s turning the wheels in the family. And he has turned 65 today.

Apu, boldog szülinapot! ❤

Led Zeppelin — Thank You


There are a few eternal loves in one’s life. Music, for me, is the biggest fascination. It moves me, caresses me, guides me in my decisions and forces me to change. Music has led me to Berlin. I won’t give up on my dreams regarding music any time soon.

I just need some fine tuning for my plans sometimes.
But the good thing about not knowing or achieving something is that it motivates you by scratching the surface of endless possibilities and ways to further develop.

Until nothing is for granted, anything and everything is possible.

Led Zeppelin – I Can’t Quit You Baby

Whole Lotta Love

Birthdays, farewells, hangovers. I am not 20 anymore, but I have the best friends in the World. Even if they move, some connections never fade. Teona, You will be missed.

Led Zeppelin – Whole Lotta Love


Finally, the rain has arrived tonight. How I longed for this in the past few weeks! At least for a little while, everything’s fresh again. I love watching the lightning and listening to the thunder.

Led Zeppelin – The Rain Song


Today, it is sunny in the morning. It makes me dance to Led Zeppelin while cooking my morning meal. Pure joy. I love my vinyl collection. I should’ve been a hippie in my 20s in the US around the 60s-70s. 🙂

Led Zeppelin – The Lemon Song

Back to usual

My family lives in several different locations – my siblings and parents are in Hungary, and I am here in Berlin. Every time they visit me, the distance that feels made-up disappears for a while physically as well and we enjoy taking up the string right where we left it the last time we met.

When they leave, I take good care of the string and put it down carefully, so that we both can find it the next time we meet. It’s been a great few days again. Now it’s time to get back on the line with the string I left hanging before the reunion.

Tomorrow will be back to default. I am lucky to have the option to switch in between two great lines and to manage to combine them every now and then, watching them become one piece of fabric.

Heart’s Ann and Nancy Wilson – Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin cover)