Blogging has turned into an important part of our lives. We all have different motifs and necessities to keep doing it... During that journey we make discoveries - about the world, about the others, about ourselves. When we share, we trust each other and it's so thrilling to feel a support and understanding from someone, you have never seen, but the mutual contact with whom brings you joy and makes you feel good!
I am sure you'll agree with me that one of the most beautiful sides of blogging is finding new friends. I haven't expected that, but today I am happy to say that I met several special persons, who became very dear to my heart! One of them is Gretel Parker.
books, sent together with lots of sweet gifts.
Unfortuntely, right now, Gretel is passing through a very sad and hard period of her life....
Something that could happen to everyone of us and those who have had such an experience know how much it hurts and how many sweet cares one needs to recover...
Gretel has a lot of friends who, as you see, try to ease her pain. (Thank you, Jessie and Charlotte!)
I dare to hope that some of you can help her, too!...
понеделник, 28 януари 2013 г.
четвъртък, 17 януари 2013 г.
ФЕСТИВАЛЪТ - THE FESTIVAL
These hand puppets, that were made in Bulgaria for my training session in puppetry, opened the Festival. (I'm manipulating the Lion!)
This magical tree was our scenery, the space around it - the stage and as a background - the lake Victoria ( I will write a special post about it).
Прекарахме цялата сутрин на открито в репетиции, игри, рисуване, техническа подготовка на събитието, хапване на сандвичи, смях и снимки за спомен, докато дойде времето за обличане на костюмите.
We spent the whole morning in the open air - rehearsing, drawing, playing warming-up games, installing the music, еating sandwiches, laughing and taking pics, until it was time to put on the costumes!
So the Second Kisumu Children Theatre Festival began! Six mini-shows in the hot afternoon, that the public admired! Six beautiful and exciting stories upon African myths, customs and fairytales - the result of the hard three-week work of 200 children and 28 young Kisumu artists, a process our European team was responsible for - see http://rossichka.blogspot.com/2012/11/v-my-african-journal-part-iv.html
игра с маски, изработени от децата playing with masks, made by the children
И моята награда... And my award...