Year Two

It’s now been two years since I officially started blogging. A casual project  I wasn’t sure if I could keep up with for more than a few months is another year older. And these 365 days flew by even quicker.

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YEAR ONE / GODINA PRVA

A year ago I decided to pour all of my sporting related interests into one, creating this blog.  And I have to say, the time did fly by. Entire leagues, cups, and transfer windows amount up to the 365 days that are now behind us. 

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Photo: NatGeo

Pre tačno godinu dana (WordPress me je podsetio), rešila sam da svoja sportska i druga srodna interesovanja centralizujem, stvarajući tako ovaj blog. Proletelo je vreme, a sa njim i lige (verovali ili ne, čitava JSL), kupovi, šampionati, prijateljske…
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Serbia reflects on another bombing anniversary

Osvrt Srbije na godišnjicu NATO agresije

U okviru značaja današnjeg dana za zemlju i region, sledi post posvećen ratnom stanju kojeg se jasno sećam, danima provedenim u podrumu i skloništu, noćima uz detonacije i Riziko. Dobu kada su svi bili naviknuti na život bez stalne struje, uz konstantnu i realnu mogućnost gubitka života. Ja sam imala sreće. Hiljade, nisu. Tekst koji sledi, potiče sa moje Tumblr stranice i napisan je na engleskom jeziku. Kako bi svet mogao da razume, Srbija, nažalost dobro zna.

Neka je večna slava žrtvama, uz ogromnu zahvalnost pripadnicima oružanih snaga, koji su nas branili daleko iznad svojih tehnoloških mogućnosti.

Despite the fact this is an all sports place, I needed to address a very important series of events in my country’s recent history. This is a part of my post, written on Tumblr, shared with the World:

    Once upon a time, there was a country called Yugoslavia, and on this day in 1999, a 78 days long attack launched, covering its lands with depleted uranium. I was only six years old, but I understood we could all die. I was six, and used to light and water restrictions, the sound of detonations, or seeing shrapnels everywhere… (MORE)