Weekend Snapshots: Easter Weekend in Lithuania

Hey everyone! 🙂

Hope you all had a lovely easter if you celebrate it! I went home just for 3 days to visit my family and spend easter with them which was so wonderful! Although I was there for only a few days, I got to meet up with my parents, brother and grandparents as well as Bella and spent the weekend at our lake house – which is my favorite place on earth! I’m back in the UK again – doing a bit of relaxing, working out and a bit of revision as I have exams in May so I decided to start early and work a bit each day 🙂

Today I decided I might as well update you all and show you some photos from my weekend at home! I’ll try and put up a new recipe later on this week, just bear with me if it takes me a few days- I’m only at my place for this week so I don’t have too much produce!  I’ll go to Guildford for 3 weeks after this week, so I’ll definitely do more healthy recipes when I’m in Guildford! I’m sure Jonas will appreciate that! 🙂

Anyways- hope you enjoy these photos! Have a lovely day! ❤

  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  

5 Comments Add yours

  1. CassieD says:

    Looks beautiful! Thank you for sharing your photos!

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  2. emilygilbertblogs says:

    I love your blog, just wondering how long you have been in UK your English is amazing, I am writing a book about Latvians, Lithuanians and Estonians in the UK, please take a look at my blog, many thanks, Emilyx https://changingidentities.wordpress.com/

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    1. Thanks so much, Emily!:) I’ve lived in the UK for 4 years now;) before that I spent 5 years as a child in the US and then 2.5 in London before moving back to Lithuania when I was a teen;) What is your book called?:)

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  3. emilygilbertblogs says:

    Hi, wow what am interesting life! I have a self published book out called Changing Identities: Latvians, Lithuanians and Estonians in Great Britain available on Amazon etc, and am writing a book called Rebuilding Great Britain: Latvians, Lithuanians and Estonians in Great Britain, which will be published by Pen and Sword Books. Can I ask what drew you to Britain?xxx

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    1. thanks so much 🙂 oh wow! what an interesting book! 🙂 I guess I liked living here when I was younger and the fact that it’s relatively close to Lithuania. Also, with so many Lithuanians here already it’s nice how big the communities are in Universities 🙂

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