It is cold out!

February is so cold here in Cambridge. I have been living in the North East for more than a decade and still I don’t get accustomed to this cold. Lately, the boys have been playing with their costumes very often. I think they look very cute and it keeps them warm and playful. I really enjoy seeing them play imaginary games. I have for a while been very drawn to vintage objects particularly for kids, I keep them around their room hoping they will incorporate them into their games. It is cute to see them use old fashion telefones like I used back in the days, to think they are thing of the past now is mind blowing to me.


Goodbye to Grandma

This year started on a sad note for us. Our beloved Grandma Elisabeth passed away in December. We will miss her tremendously, and will do our best to keep her alive in our memories. I don’t know why, but when someone dear passes away you realize the real impact they have had in your life. Death can be such a harsh eye and heart opener, you see what you could not see before (or at the very least you see better), you feel more. What I see now is beautiful, is unconditional love, what I feel is tenderness and warmth. What remains in the hearts of people close to you after a long and well lived life is love. I am feeling blessed and grateful. Here are some portraits I took of Grandma back in 2011 as well as some pictures from her memorial which took place in her apartment in New York City