Happy Meeting with Michelle and Loes, a special Holiday

Last Update: June 07, 2018

Our Trip to Holland

The last time I visited the country where I lived from the age of 3 to 15 years was in 2006.

Michael had never visited Holland so we decided to take a 14 day holiday. He prepared everything well in advance and booked the flight, rental car and 6 different hotel rooms from South to North and from East to West. On arrival we fell into a heatwave, unbelievable, it was warmer than in the south of Spain. That same afternoon I got 3 T-shirts and the next day while visiting Aachen in Germany I had to buy a pair of sandals. The whole of Holland was blossoming, in nearly every garden you would see trees and bushes in full bloom, a real delight. Driving through the forests the tall trees had new leaves, the color a bright and fresh looking light green. Spring is the best time of the year to visit this country I think.

A small trip to Belgium

The next day was really going to be special because we would meet Michelle. We were going to drive from the south of Holland to Antwerpen in Belgium where we would meet at the Central Station. It took us one and a half hour by car while Michelle would be traveling the same time by train. There she was, a bubbly and nice person. We started talking as if we had met many times before. We had been in contact often being both with Wealthy Affiliate and we even had written a Guest writers post for each other's websites. To meet in person is ever so nice and whenever she comes to Spain I hope to see her again. We spend some few hours together, too short for my taste, and had a nice lunch and a lot of conversation. She gave us Belgium sweets and Belgium yummy chocolates, I will have to work that off in the garden I am afraid. It was great getting to know her and hopefully, we will meet again.

Meeting Michelle at Central Station.

Michelle wrote a post about our meeting, here comes the link:

https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/mybiz4u/blog/wealthy-affilia...

Visiting my hometown

Our trip continued through Holland visiting friends and family. We went to Rhenen on the Rhine where I used to live and took a nice panoramic shot of the Cunera church, the second highest in Holland. I had a look at the 2 houses my parents build on the Bergweg. One bungalow in 1955 and the second house in 1972. It was very strange to see all this and a lot of childhood memories came back.

The Cunera Tower of Rhenen.

Windmill of Rhenen with remains of the city wall

Going North

Then we continued up North where we were going to meet Loes in Friesland. My name Taetske is Friesian by the way. We arrived at the hotel in Galamadammen. This hotel is situated at the waterfront and has a small Marina, all this is surrounded by typical Dutch meadows. The next evening we had a nice dinner in the company of Loes and Willem, I think I can speak for all, we had a really good time together. Loes gave me 2 handmade presents, one for my handbag and the other for my mobile. I have preferred to hang them in my home office on my working desk, there I see it every day. Michael and Willem got along well chatting away while Loes and I talked a little about our websites but mostly about our lives. I hope to welcome them one day if they find their way to the south of Spain.

Galamadammen in Friesland

Having Dinner with Loes and Willem

Wealthy Affiliate Friendships

Meeting Michelle and Loes were the highlights of our trip. To meet people whom you have been in contact with for over 1 year is really special. I do hope to meet more people from Wealthy Affiliate in the future. We plan to visit the US in 2019 so you never know.

Some special places in Holland

I would like to mention a few places where we traveled and which were a special joy. Leaving Friesland we drove over the famous Afsluitdijk. This is a masterpiece of Dutch engineering which was started in 1927 and completed in 1932. It is 32 km long and 90 meters wide with 2 lanes both direction. On one side you see the North Sea and on the other, the now sweet water IJselmeer.

The Keukenhof

The world-famous Keukenhof is a beautiful tulip garden of 32 hectares. Because of the heatwave, 90% of the flowers were open. From all countries of the world, there were visitors walking in this park, everybody behaving so nicely. When somebody was making a photo of the flowers people would patiently wait to then continue walking. Nobody was loud so even if the park was really full of people it was a special experience, everybody enjoying the beauty of the flowers. We walked for more than 4 hours and bought 3 bags with 10 bulbs each which now hopefully will blossom on my patio.

Windmill and Tulip Fields

Beautiful Tulips

The Keukenhof Park

Amsterdam, the capital of Holland

A day in Amsterdam was also on the list. Again we walked for at least 4 hours making many photos. The museum with the history of the city was interesting indeed. Many centuries ago, during its golden times, the city welcomed refugees from all over the world. All religions were allowed in the city. The only requirement was to contribute with knowledge and or skills to the well-being of the community. After a little lunch, we took the canal tour by boat which lasted 1 hour. We came back to the hotel really exhausted.

Amsterdam is built on timber piles

Waiting for the Canal Boat Tour

2 Beautiful parks near Arnhem

In the neighborhood of Arnhem, we visited 2 great places. One to the National Park the Hoge Veluwe with the Kroller Muller museum with the second largest collection in the world of paintings by Vincent van Gogh. This park is privately-owned and includes 5400 hectares of woodland, heathland, fen and drift sand. Driving through the park one could see the damage a huge storm, 200 km per hour winds, had caused in January. The effects of this storm were also visible in many other areas in Holland where we visited. The next day we went to the well known Open Lucht museum. In this beautiful park, very old farmhouses from the whole country were rebuilt stone by stone. One can go inside and see how the people lived centuries ago. There are also many windmills and a water-powered mill where paper is made from cloth rags, a blacksmith shop, a shipwright shop, and ladies who were spinning wool to yarn, etc.

The Paper Mill

Spinning Wool to Yarn

The oldest hotel in Holland

Then we traveled South/West to Bergen op Zoom and stayed in the oldest hotel in Holland called de Draak = dragon. It is situated on the main square, lots of cobblestones there, and the building is from 1397. We took our plane back home from Eindhoven airport and arrived safely but tired late at night. Looking back to these lovely and interesting 14 days, and 1800 km on the road one can say that traveling is one of the nicest things one can do. We both enjoyed it immensely.

Hotel de Draak

We have included some private photos, a few were taken by Michael and others by myself

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske


Join the Discussion
Write something…
Recent messages
Hello Taetske and Michael,
Wow, what a ride. Thank you so much for sharing. It's so beautiful to read your words and connect with your fantastic pictures.
Stepping back to visit those home places I'm sure would create some superb emotions, esp when the places have changed so much.
A part of me is envious of you both, having the incredible moments to travel and experience more amazing sights and sounds, as well as seeing old friends.
My parents lived up the road from us for over 12 years, then after gran passed on last year aged nearly 97, they decide to move to Wales - 150+ miles away two weeks ago! It always feels strange walking up the road passed their old home in the knowing that they've gone and have taken Tab the cat! We used to take care of him for 3 months (as well as our own two Ocicat's) when they were in Spain over Xmas and New Year (for three months!).
Thank you again and much love and many blessing to you both.
Magnus & Family XX
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good afternoon Magnus,

Thank you for stopping by and leaving a comment.
Yes, this trip to Holland was memorable in so many aspects.
The time of year was also perfect as the weather cooperated so nicely.
It must be strange to suddenly not have your parents close by anymore after all these years being so close. Lucky you to still have your parents. My Father passed away in early 1986 and my Mother in 1997, ages ago but I still miss them.

Greetings from the south of Spain from us both, Taetske
Reply
ValerieJoy Premium
Taetske, thank you for sharing your wonderful experience of holidaying in the country where you spent most years of your childhood. I can imagine how much that holiday meant to you.

Although I've had trips to America and England, I have never spent time in European countries. That was an intention that didn't happen. So, it's special to be able to read your post and view your photographs. Your post is an education, in itself. Those magnificent tulips, the parks, the spinning wheel, the paintings by Vincent van Gough, and so much more. Absolutely wonderful!

And, of course, the excitement of actually meeting and spending time with Michelle, and then Loes and her husband.

Thank you again for sharing. It means so much that you took the time to send those links to me.

Special greetings to you from New Zealand - Valerie
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good Morning Valerie,

Thank you for reading my post and leaving a comment.
This indeed was a very special holiday. Seeing Loes and Michelle was a special high light. Also meeting with people I had not seen for ages. Like my cousin, last time more than 15 years ago. My ex Dutch neighbours who rented my Mothers house for 1 year. I always kept a nice contact with them and they came to pick us up from Eindhoven airport. Then we also visited Geertje, she came to help Mother with the cleaning of the house and knows me from when I was 6 years old. We ate Dutch pancakes, an Indonesian meal called rice tafel, many small dishes and of course we had to eat herring. We bought some really good farmers cheese to take home. The only thing which did not function where the tulip bulbs. Here it was too hot already so they did not make it.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
Reply
ValerieJoy Premium
Such a wonderful experience for you Taetske. Meeting friends made long ago, and so many memories refreshed.

Very exciting indeed and I am delighted for you.

Valerie
Reply
JamesJB Premium
Hi, Taetske,

What a wonderful opportunity to be able to meet up with smashing people like Michelle and Loes :)

I too would like to meet up with somebody from WA, but so far, it seems that nobody isn't within a stone's throw away from where I am...which is a shame :(

It certainly looks like you've had a fantastic time, and many thanks for sharing your brilliant experience.

James
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good afternoon James.

This holiday was very special. I have lovely memories till the end of my life.
Malta is on our list but in 2019 we plan to visit the U.S, list of WA people is growing.
For 2020 it is NZ, also there are some WA people on the list.
How about you coming to the Costa del Sol?

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
Reply
JamesJB Premium
Good afternoon, Taetske...

I'm sure your holiday was very special, and all those lovely memories will remain with you for ever, and a day.

Hey...that's cool. I'll look forward to 2019, and with any luck, meet up with you :)

You certainly enjoy traveling...which I think is super.

Well, I've been to Spain for about ten days some years ago...to Saville...but work related. I had no idea you existed back then as I would have tried to contact you. I then had to pop over to Valencia for a couple of hours, then come back home.

Who knows what the future holds, Taetske...

James
Reply
MKearns Premium
This article has it all Taetske. A beautiful travelogue an enriching meetup with character descriptions that ring true. The effort your Michael put into the photos.
It would be cool to be there and sample your culinary delights.
The dining area on the deck is similar to some of the waterside inns we have here in southeast Maryland. Many of the customers pull in by boat to go to dinner. I love the beauty of tulips, some of the ones we have are the purest reds and yellows, and the old style life that is described in the dwellings there.
We have Amish and Mennonites in our area with Dutch roots and many museums that showed their old church meeting houses and way of life.
For some reason I thought your group had wended south to Capetown and met up with Lauren and Lynn. I applaud your regional European get together. It's a great thing to see.
Maybe if you are anywhere near DC next year it would be great to meet up. Putting depth to associations is essential.
Glad you guys had a good time. Thank you for this great report!
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good afternoon Mike,

Now I must say, your comment is a mini story in its own right.
This trip we are planning to the US for next year is getting bigger and bigger. More than 4 people in different places in Florida. A dear friend in Tennessee. Julia in Boston and you are in DC, can you imagine, this will be like the Grand Tour but in the United States. To me, it sounds more like 2 separate trips and then Michael also has to visit Colorado. We will see what happens.
This place in Friesland where we met with Loes and Willem was really cozy and not being high season also tranquil.
On the patio I can see the first sign of the tulip bulbs growing, I hope they will come out pretty.
Also, the museum in Amsterdam telling the birth of this great city was very interesting.
All in all a splendid 14 days!

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
Reply
VeronicasLuv Premium
I forgot that you were so close to me, Papa! I think Maryland is just 4-5 hour drive away from New York.
Reply
MKearns Premium
Just a hop skip and a jump Veronica!
Reply
PatsyC Premium
Taetske! how wonderful.

I know how excited you were weeks prior. I love this post and all the pictures, you look beautiful in the one sitting on the bench.

You all look great! How often do any of us get to meet each other?

I have told you I'd love to visit to Spain. To meet you and see your gardens.

I love those tulips so beautiful, and it's great that you finally went back after all those years

So it came and went so quickly....but the memories will always be there.
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good Morning Patsy,

It was a marvelous trip that has generated many happy memories for the years to come.
When one sees the places where one grew up that is really special. I still knew my way around but of course, there are many new houses and roads added.
Next year we hope to make a trip in the US, the list is growing with places/people we should see, probably too much to be able to do in one trip. The bulbs which were planted on the patio are already visible.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
Reply
VeronicasLuv Premium
Yes, I agree, Patsy, Taetske looks quite stunning!

Perhaps before the year is out, Patsy you'll have an opportunity to meet up with someone from Wealthy Affiliate.
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Gracias, Taetske
Reply
PatsyC Premium
Hi Taetske, for sure they will be happy memories for a long time! beautiful pictures :)

It's great to hear you are planning for future trips :)
Reply
PatsyC Premium
Hi Veronica!

She sure is stunning, Gorgeous always!

Hey..you never know I just may :D
Reply
VeronicasLuv Premium
Sounds like you had a delightful time, Taetske.

When I joined Wealthy Affiliate a little over a year ago, I was just thinking about business. Although I was immediately drawn to the warmth of the people, I never really expected real friendships to develop, but they did.

I h.ad the pleasure of meeting one of my Australian WA buddies when he came to visit the United States for the first time. It was a memory that I hope never to forget!

Thank you, Taetske for sharing your time with Loes and Michelle. They are both so special and give a lot to this community, so I'm glad you were able to spend quality time with them.
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good Morning Veronica,

How nice for you to have met with somebody from down under, my birth country as you might remember.
Human relationships, that is what life is really about. Memories are the gifts we can keep for the rest of our lives.
I really hope some people will find their way to the south of Spain, that would be so great.
Having lived here since 1981 my personal group of friends has diminished over the years because of age, that is normal but also sad. I am happy to make new friends here and hope the numbers will be growing over the years.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
Reply
VeronicasLuv Premium
Wealthy Affiliate really is a magical place. I hope to meet a lot more of my WA buddies in the near future.

Greetings from New York City! Veronica
Reply
LindaF Premium
Wow ya, the tulips were fantastic. I was so right about the time of year for your trip and the tulips in bloom that in itself was a great part of your trip enjoyed your story and am very happy for you to have met up with friends here at WA what a great experience.

You sure livened up WA with your posts I came here from Loes Post otherwise I probably wouldn't have seen this yet.

What part of the US is Micheal from I am guessing that will be your next trip!

as always your friend
Linda
Reply
VeronicasLuv Premium
Hello, Linda!

I saw those tulips and they just brightened my mood!
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good Morning Linda,

Nice to see you! Hope you are keeping well. Michael was born in Colorado but stayed his last years in the US in Idaho close to Boise.
We will travel to Florida, at least 4 people to visit there, then comes Tennessee, a very good friend there too, following should come Colorado. Julia said I should come to Boston too, the problem with the US is it is so big. I do not think we will be able to manage it all in 1 trip.
Holland was great and meeting the ladies very special also. That is so nice in life the human connections and relationships, I hope they will come one day to visit here too.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
Reply
LindaF Premium
Your social network has really paid off, we have come a long way since we first meet here in WA Taetske, just over a year ago.

The reason I asked about Michaels, to see if you would be close to the West Coast on your visit to the States. Boise is just a hop skip and a jump to the Okanagan Valley Canada.

Well, you seem to have already planned out your trip so maybe on the next. I hope to be able to visit the south of Spain again and pop in to see you that would be really fantastic.

always a better way
sending blessing your way
Linda
Reply
LindaF Premium
Nice to see your smile Face Veronica has it been just over a year since you came to WA. To my way of thinking it seems you have been here much longer than me.

Have a lovely day
always a better way
Linda
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good evening Linda,

Already a long time ago I looked up where you live, some lovely lakes up there.
Yes, we have come a long way but it is only a small part of the road ahead.
The trip to the US is still in the embryonic state, Michael is checking his timeshares etc.
You are very welcome to the south of Spain, a bed and food are guaranteed. Do not forget your laptop!

Saludos del Sur de Espana. Taetske
Reply
LindaF Premium
Ya, it seems a long time ago but in reality, it's not been that long.(0: I will take you up on the bed and breakfast,

Linda
Reply
laparra1 Premium
You are welcome!

Taetske
Reply
ContentBySue Premium
Hi Taetske, I loved seeing your stunning pictures. Such vibrant color and charm! How wonderful you were able to spend time with Michelle and Loes. We develop some pretty deep relationships with members here and to get to meet someone in person is the most delicious icing on the cake. I enjoyed your post very much. Thank you for sharing.

All the best,
Sue
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good Morning Sue,

Yes, it was a great experience to meet them both. Indeed the icing on the cake to meet people you have been in contact with for so long. Now I have these nice memories. Holidays go way to fast but I hope they are able to come to the south one day.


Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
Reply
VeronicasLuv Premium
Hey, Sue!

Have you had an opportunity to meet any of your WA friends?
Reply
Flash4 Premium
Hi Taetske, I enjoyed your post soooo much. They certainly built buildings to last over there.
The tulips were gorgeous, wonder what they do with them.....too many to pick and sell, maybe it's to label & sort bulbs for sale.
Loved looking at all your photos and especially of you all meeting and having dinner together, how super!
Cheers Jae ☼
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good evening Jae,

Thank you so much for your comment.
Where there are the big tulip fields that is where the bulbs are harvested for selling, first the flowers and then the bulbs.
In the Keukenhof, I think they will keep them to replace now and then. I observed areas had little shields standing with the name of the tulip nursery so I suppose they are the people who provide the bulbs for that particular area in the garden.
It was great to meet Michelle and Loes, I hope they will find their way to Spain one day.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
Reply
Flash4 Premium
Aah, thanks for explaining that, always wondered about why so many tulips.
A Dutchy in Spain, well I'm a Kiwi in Oz tee hee always good to try something new..
Cheers Jae ♥
Reply
Chezbrown Premium
Hello Taetske, are you telling me that you and Stefan share the same birthday, have I missed yours and not said Happy Birthday to you.

It sounds like you had a ball on your trip and that was lovely meeting up with Michelle and with Loes. You must have some great stories to tell each other.

I loved your photos and the tulips were amazing. You will need to come to the UK but try and make it the summer when it could possibly be warmer lol.

I love to hear that people who are members from all over the world are able to meet each other. xxxx
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good evening Cheryl,

Thanks for stopping by.
Stefan is on 7 and I am on 8 so that is why I was eating his birthday cake today.
As I said we are planning the US for 2019 so the UK, Scottland. and Ireland will have to wait a bit still.
I have friends in Florida which I told Rick, I hope he contacts me next year.
The tulips of the Keukenhof are so amazing, one literally drowns in a sea of color, beautiful.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
Reply
Chezbrown Premium
Happy Birthday Taetske, and hope you are enjoying Stefan's cake as well as your own.

That will be nice to see your friends in Florida. Have you heard anything from Rick at all as I sent him an email but have never heard back which is unusual for him. xxxx
Reply
laparra1 Premium
I was on PM with Rick before he left. He got my email and as he lives in Florida where we plan to visit 4 different people I told him to contact me in early 2019. He said he would and that is all I know.
Thank you for the wishes, as I said to Pernilla, one year older but not much wiser.

Greetings from the south, Taetske
Reply
Chezbrown Premium
Oh I wouldn't say that Taetske, I would think we are both a lot wiser.

I spoke to him and said I would keep in contact via email as he was one of the first people to welcome me when I joined and we got on really well and had some really good laughs. The last message I left for him on his profile page mysteriously disappeared, not sure why and I haven't heard from him since even though he said he wanted to keep in contact. xxx
Reply
mybiz4u Premium
Oh wow....great post and awesome pics, T. You really went all out and out and about! Thanks for your kind words. I totally agree! It was WONDERFUL meeting up with Michael and yourself. We form so many 'cyber' friendships and it is nice when we can 'realize' them. I was a great experience. Thank you for making it happen.
Much success and say hello to Michael for me too.
Namaste
M
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good evening Michelle.

Thank you for stopping by, with still a piece of the gigantic Fruit in my mouth I say it was great!. You really have to think about coming to the south. You wrote you live the laptop life so you can take it with you and come and visit.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
Reply
mybiz4u Premium
LOL...indeed I do, T, and yes, I am most definitely going to have to take a visit to Spain - laptop in hand!
Have a great evening and we will be in touch.
M
Reply
Pernilla Premium
Thank you so much Taetske for this wonderful post and for sharing these beautiful pictures.

How great it must have been for you three awesome ladies to meet in real. Very happy for you!! It must also have been such a great feeling to see the country of your childhood again.

I haven't been to Holland yet, but it is of course on my bucket list of countries to visit. My greatest wish is to be able to invite my parents on a trip together with them and marvel at the beauty of the tulipes, windmills and picturesque villages, especially my mother dreams of visiting Holland.

:-)
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good afternoon Pernilla,

Thank you for stopping by.
Holland is definitely worth a visit even if it is small it has some great things to see and experience.
To see everything back after so many years is really something. Visiting with 2 old ladies who know me from when I was small etc.

Then the visit with the 2 new ladies, all in all, a success!

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
Reply
jetrbby80316 Premium
Wow, these photos of Holland are so beautiful Taetske!! And wonderful to meet not one, but two great WA friends!

Isn't it wonderful when strangers who "really aren't strangers" meet in person for the first time, Taetske? Sounds like you all had a lovely time, and how refreshing it must've been not to talk at all about your websites!

Can't wait to see more photos of you, Loes, and Michelle!

Kaju
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good Morning Kaju,

I also think the photos came out good the only thing is they got pulled when published, a mystery. In draft, everything was ok, oh well, technology!

I think I will have to disappoint you as there will not come more photos of Michelle, Loes, and myself. Remember it is published on Google and we do not want to become too famous!

I hope that what I forwarded to you will be of some help.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
Reply
Joshua2765 Premium
How wonderful that you got to visit your childhood home and meet some fellow WAers in the process, Taetske. That had to be ultra-special.

Your detailed descriptions brought back memories for me. I visited Holland twice during my six years living in West Germany. It is such a beautiful country with very kind and beautiful people. I enjoyed both visits very much.

Wishing you the best in your journeys, both in travels and in WA.

Continued success,

Joshua
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good Morning Joshua,

Thank you for reading my post and your nice comments
It was a great trip with so many impressions, I could not name them all.
My last trip to Holland was in 2006 and I saw a lot of changes.
We were so lucky with the weather as it often rains. Then again nature would not look so juicy without water, something which is lacking in Spain.

Wishing you also the best.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
Reply
Jewelia Premium
What a nice trip, Taetske!
I am glad you got lucky on weather. Gorgeous tulips! Visiting places from your childhood must be heartfelt and nostalgic. I am glad you enjoyed the sightseeing - all stops you described sound very interesting. And of course, meeting our lovely ladies, WA friends, was priceless!

I noticed your plan of visiting US in 2019... ;) You have a friend in Boston - please don't forget! I've been to Spain long time ago (in 2002), we toured the whole country including Southern part: Granada, Malaga, Seville. Last time I've visited Europe in 2015. I'd like to come again soon, but can't make more certain plans just yet. So, I hope to meet you in person on US territory, okay? ;)

Thank you for the nice travel report with pictures. Warm regards,

~ Julia
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good Morning Julia,

What a shame we did not know each other at the time you visited Malaga. Alhaurin de la Torre is very close by.
I will make a note that you live in Boston. The US is very big so I cannot promise yet, my better half will organize it. I have to visit 4 people in Florida and a dear friend in Tennessee, all the rest is still open. Michael wants to go to Colorado.

The trip was great, 6 hotels and 1800 km in 14 days is a lot but we enjoyed every minute of it.

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
Reply
Internetgranny Premium
How lovely that you were able to meet two WA friends and had such wonderful weather.

Your photos are beautiful - don't apologize for them. They make me want to go to Holland immediately. (I have been to Holland a couple of times and always loved the place and the people. And, amazingly, since I am fluent in German and in English, I can actually understand some Dutch.

Thank you for telling us about your trip and the beautiful places you went to see.

~ Isabella
Reply
laparra1 Premium
Good evening Isabella,

Thank you for commenting on my post.
I had the post in draft on the website and everything looked fine when I copied/paste on WA it still looked ok. Then I published and the photos got pulled. One good thing is that I look a lot slimmer like that!

Greetings from the south of Spain, Taetske
Reply
Top