• rednp130
    Posted at 22:56h, 07 July

    Hi Kristina.The perils of workshops sounds like a good title for this diary post.Dead mice a shower that has the hot water turned off! I hope they payed you extra for this workshop.But you did your amazing job as always i believe.Glad to see Sara went on this trip also,i know you said she does not like to travel.So the whole family was there very good.Very lovely shade of lipstick,i like it very much.Stay well and safe greets from Alex,your friend Mike.

    • Melisa Mendini
      Posted at 20:26h, 08 July

      Well we got a bit extra as the other model did not arrive, but not for suffering in that horror conditions 😀 I’m joking 🙂
      Yes, Sara does not like traveling, I gave her Stress stop drop, but it did not work 😀 With traveling more she gets bit better, but we have to stop a lot for her to go pee, you know, old lady.
      Oh you like the darker shade of lipstick, I’m so glad, was afraid if it’s not too dark for me actually.
      Wish you great day Mike.

  • 89wisaries
    Posted at 14:25h, 08 July


    Love to read you behind the scenes stories! All we see is the beautiful pictures, so we have no idea what it was actually like. YUCK! Dead mice and cold showers. 🙁 Sounds like there was some poor planning on someone’s part. You look fantastic, as always, and at least you had your pups and David to make things easier. 🙂

    Best wishes,

    • Melisa Mendini
      Posted at 20:01h, 08 July

      Hello Phillip, thank you so much for your comment. It is always so nice to see interaction with my fans 🙂
      Really? I’m glad writing stories behind the scenes is not waste of time.
      Yeah, I think maybe those conditions are fine for them so they think it’s fine for everybody.
      Yes I was very happy my little family was with me 🙂
      Wish you a nice day.

      • 89wisaries
        Posted at 02:22h, 10 July

        Thanks for the response! 😀 BTW, I love trains, so I am super jealous that you got to go to a train museum!


        • Melisa Mendini
          Posted at 15:19h, 14 July

          Hello Phillip, it was very beautiful to see all those trains. David even found Czechoslovakian train from year 1940 over there. So cool it’s still there in such a great condition. Not like nowadays, after two years you need new phone, 3-4 years new laptop, 5 years new oven and so on 😀

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