I'm back!

Friday, 27 June 2014

Having written the last exam of year two of stomatology and with prospects of passing it, it's time for me to come back to real life. Real life, meaning days of book reading and picture taking. I would love to come back to my routine of lomography. Last year I had approximately one roll to be developed each week, so that was definitely a pretty good time for this blog. This year I'm actually struggling to decide what I want to show you, guys. 

I have an awful lot of plans for summer vacations of 2014. Remember Prague last year? (The essence of Prague in pictures) It was a blast, certainly. So this year we will try to think further and go somewhere else. Which makes me really excited, cause I can only dream of the rolls I could get developed after a trip to Budapest, Barcelona or any other place in our beautiful Europe. I've got dozens ideas in my head on where to go next. 

I am extremely happy to have welcomed some new people in my life, and the way how people bond over both similarities and differences is amazing. I was always afraid of seeing personalites clash, but now I realize that giving people a chance is actually the only way for your life to be a little better, one coffee or meeting at a time. 

The past few weeks were hell. I mean they pretty much sucked the life out of me, so I just need to take some time off from thinking. I want to watch pointless dramas and eat as much pizza as I can. I want to stay home and cook spaghetti, with Thieving Magpie in the background, since it's basically something you'd call a perfect spaghetti cooking melody. Yes, I do take a lot of my thoughts from Murakami. Speaking of which, I hope by that time tomorrow I will have been a happy owner of his newly published first novels. Once I get it and spend some quality 1 on 1 time with it in my bathtub, you will surely have a post about it coming. I read his latest Tsukuru Tazaki book earlier this year and it was something that deserves some comment on here as well. A book actually pretty controversial since you either hate it or you love it. 

Food and coffee were some pretty serious partners of mine the last term. I even thought of making some Randomly delicious post, because Katie got me inspired on that one as well (head over there to see some deeeelicious treats she was having recently). 

Where are you going for your summer holidays? Is it by any chance anywhere near Poland? :) I promise that I will speak to you very very soon. I am not leaving you until the uni starts again in October, so prepare yourself for photography and lots of rambling. Let's settle things this way, what you can expect from dipped in rococo is a new post each 4-5 days. I want to show you how my sister's wedding looked like. There is one final post coming where I'm going to dwell upon how my life changed in that academic year and what I want to do with it next. Oh and in a month's time I will be 21 years old. That's tragic, but there will be post for that occasion as well. Hugs and kisses, your Kasia.


  1. I think you should come to Lisbon. It's the most beautiful city in the whole wide world! And I rest my case :)

    1. Oh, I have heard lots about Lisbon, but I am afraid going there right now is faaar above my student budget. But one day of course, I know it's a must see! :)

  2. 21? god, how I miss my 20's and the feeling that everything is possible. enjoy it! people used to say it to me and I thought it was bullshit, but it turns out, it's not! haha
    all the pictures in this post are great, and so as your plans! Looking forward to see all the beautiful pictures of your world. :)

  3. I'm so glad you're back! Every now and then I come back to you blog to see if it's been updated. :)

  4. Absolutely brimming with happiness that you're back! I can barely fathom how busy you must have been. Do take your well-deserved break, it's good for the soul. Nothing wrong with TV shows and pizza. You're one of the most interesting dearies I've ever known, I hope you know that. :)
    Lots of love from Australia! It's just about well into winter but it's no comparison to that of the northern hemisphere. Nonetheless I look forward to everything you have planned for summer. xx

  5. How can Prague be las year already?! It doesn't feel so long ago that I was enjoying those photographs of yours.. :)

    Also, please do put together your Randomly Delicious posts, I'd be very happy to get hungry at the sight of them! Congrats on surviving another year of university, turning 21 is not tragic at all, the best is yet to come!

  6. ahaha i think you should come to Porto :D

  7. yay, looking forward to your posts this summer - they are going to be so great! welcome back kasia :-)

    Katrina Sophia Blog

  8. Summer is over where I'm at but I'm looking forward hearing about yours! ♥


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