I’m sorry for not getting back to you earlier, but the time has been quite busy since I’ve returned from Milan. One photo shoot after the other, as many gym sessions as possible and yes, the weeks are getting quite fully booked many days before they even start. But you know what? I love it!
Waking up today was really winter-like. The streets in Zurich were covered by snow and the weather – not surprisingly grey and foggy. We’re still in deepest freezing winter at the moment. You can notice that when you are looking at people’s mood as well.
Being back in Zurich feels good because I have time to visit my family and friends if only for a short time. But this quality time is so important to relax and get ready for new challenges and projects. However, the weather here these days is quite frustrating. Down in the city you barely can see the sun throughout the day. It is always hidden by a strong fog.
Alright, I am already a week here in Milan and my days look basically like: getting up in the morning, look for all the castings and where to get there and when. Then it’s all about waiting and waiting and waiting. Sometimes the line is even down the stairs to the entrance and beyond. Yes it needs a lot of patience.
…and everything is covered in white the day after. What a beautiful scenery – this is what happens in my home country Switzerland right now while I am enjoying the sunny but still cold Milan these days.
Il dolce far niente. This is what I usually connect with spending time in Italy. A wonderful countryside, great food, easy-going and open-minded people. The list how to describe this country is long. In my case, it’s not about holiday this time but quite the contrary. We all know the feeling of looking for a new adventure. Routine and kind of a guarantee are great and priceless, but we’re all arriving at a point where we feel like making a further step into the chosen direction.