Hello, my friends! I am Polina from Moscow. I am a 24-year old translator and a teacher. I am going to tell you how the campaign ‘make, invent and try’ held in Moscow inspired me on 21 of February.
‘Spend less time on feeling sorry and having a rest. Spend more time on wishing’.
This hot water bottle was presented to me by Santa Claus this Christmas.
I have ducks everywhere. I take a shower and wash plates.
The weather is fine.
I never understand how I manage to make so many plates dirty.
I am going to fry some eggs.
How do you like my fridge?
This is the main idea here.
I write important things in a calendar not to forget them.
I have wanted to buy such a frying pan for long. I like new things very much and this is why I even agreed to make a breakfast for myself today – I wanted to try the new pan.
I have breakfast in the kitchen.
I am checking my mail.
It is time to dry my hair.
I am very happy when I get a chance to wear something new. I have a new blouse today.
A bit of makeup.
I wear bracelets every day.
I take a photo of myself in an elevator in spite of the fact I am getting late.
It takes me 20 minutes to reach the working place because I love walking and don’t feel like using transport.
‘You will help everybody around you’
‘I wish you a happy life’. Such signs everywhere make me stay positive.
I think that the road that leads to my job is wonderful.
I love boulevards: I work and live here.
The famous house with columns often appears in Russian movies.
I am almost here.
Brushing my hair is the first thing to do at work.
I have coffee and cookies.
Here I translate texts.
The big and small toys represent health.
I am working.
I will bake a cake for my colleagues to celebrate the Men’s Day tomorrow.
I have a special notebook where I write all the things that need to be memorized.
It is time to have dinner and I am going to the dining-room. We have a Butter Week. I will have pancakes, meat, potatoes, and some vegetables.
A sad tree.
St. Peter and Paul Cathedral.
I live in the blue building.
It is time to get back to work.
Moscow is a city of contrasts.
I have a chat with my friend Nastya whom I am going to visit tomorrow. She stays in Petrozavodsk.
I have an English class today.
I get a message from my another friend who works in London.
My translation is over.
Sell a Muse.
Heart of Moscow.
This is where I live.
What an ideal place for advertising!
My pupil is 10 years old and I love teaching him English.
The tree is decorated.
I bought some food.
I am home finally!
I tell another friend of mine that I won’t bake pancakes with him tomorrow because I am leaving.
I am about to make a cake.
The pie is getting ready and I am packing things for my friends from Petrozavodsk.
I wish I could try it but I can’t.
I am ready to go to bed.
What are you waiting for? Make photos of your day and send them in!