A walk in a Fairy Tale Village
Last week we went for a walk in Vasilj, a little village not far from town. The initial reason to meet an expat like myself lives there. That didn’t happen, but the village was so quaint that I was thrilled we had come.
The Munchkin was thrilled to make the acquaints of some house cats and two adorable miniature Doberman Pinschers that played in an ancient school playground.
The old school playground and building looked mostly neglected.
The Schoolhouse gate
School house windows with paper snowflake cut outs
We were accompanied on the village trip by a friend of the Muz who’s father was from the village. It was lovely to have him as a tour guide.
Not only did he love on Millie, but he picked us some early spring flowers. The lovely white Visi Baba or Snow Drops as they are called in the English speaking world. I have seen those same flowers on each of the visits here in Serbia, but this time I discovered they are hiding the most beautiful upside down green heart that rests in the shade of the white petals.
The village was filled with gorgeous old homes. Sadly, it was an overcast day, so the pictures aren’t as glowing as they could be. Next time I will go on a sunny day when there are leaves on the trees. That day is not long off. Already, blues skies are more prevalent than they have been in months!! Yippee!
One last pic to make this a Munckin Monday post.
The little one enjoying a well deserved drink after a long day.