Yakutian Soul in the South
Being born in Yakutia, it means that you have a unique and always interesting for other people story of your hometown and childhood to tell. All my life when I'm saying where I am from, I have never seen somebody stayed untouched by my biography.
Well now I'm living in Greece with my husband and my cute chihuahua Dominikos. My life has turned into a big everyday adventure with new people, traditions, weather, language and lifestyle. Still I always remember the outstanding motherland Yakutia with its extreme life conditions and severe nature.
Nowadays I am used to live by the sea, to have sun all day long and birds singing outside the house. There is no need anymore to wear fur coats, warm shoes, huge scarves and gloves. Nevertheless sometimes I love to add a bit of Yakutian chic in my South life. With a faux fur scarf and yakutian brilliants I can show my strong sibearian personality, while the warmth and soulfulness of my homecountry I can always underline with a cute handmade necklace of a yakutian girl.
Concluding, my second mothercountry Greece gives me the ability to wear whatever I want to. The weather is always welcoming my outfits and gives them a perfect touch with blue sky, charming Ionian Sea and all year long green trees. I feel that I'm exactly where I belong to and it makes me so happy and excited. I am in love with Greece and will never stop to say that I should definitely born in this country. And my yakutian soul agrees with me without any doubt.