Oh where do I start? I have known Liana for roughly three years. We’ve had our ups and downs and our just plain weird moments. I have so many memories with her that I will never forget, starting with yesterdays photoshoot. Who knew Liana didn’t like to take photos?! I mean she’s a girl, and 99% of girls like to take photos right? No. Not Liana. She was so shy, its was quite strange seeing how she is a very energetic being. One thing that I love about her is that in my time of need or in someone else’s time of need she is there. Liana and I have this kinda of relationship that we don’t need to talk every single day. We can just pick up where we left off from the last time we talked, but when I need her, she is there right away, by my side comforting me. She is a great friend (even though she is 100% Ukrainian and actually LIKES salo!) and I wouldn’t trade her for the world.
I remember one time Liana and I decided to go snowboarding. We were both beginners and after some time of trying to snowboard and many failing and falling an embarrassing amount of times, we thought it would be a great time to go to the highest hill/mountain/whatever. I wish I could explain to you guys what a terrible idea that was. After riding the ski lift up for what seemed like an hour we finally go to the top. We cautiously peered over the edge, and realized just how dumb we were! There was no chance of us actually snowboarding down that hill without both of us dying and most likely killing most of the other skiers/snowboarders. So being the ever clever girls that we are, we sat down on our snowboards like sleds and pushed off. My oh, oh my what a completely stupid idea that was. See when you’re snowboarding you weave side to side which makes you go a bit slower, and we were just flying down the hill. At some time we both lost our boards because we were going waaaaaay too fast, and you would assume that Liana and I would just tumble to a stop? Hahaha no. We kept going at the same speed down the hill sliding on our bellies, snow blinding us, and board-less. I turn my head to see if Liana was anywhere in sight, and she was, doing a dive head first in to the snow that divers world wide would be envious of. She had tried to stop herself so that she could find her snowboard, and somehow had managed to catapult herself into the air. I still don’t understand how that had managed to happen. After a while we finally stopped sliding, we found our boards in some woods and climbed back up the little embankment only to find the ski patrol standing there waiting for us. He told us we would have to walk the whole way back because sledding down was dangerous. Ha ummm really??? is it dangerous?!? Needless to say we learned how to snowboard that night regardless of our adventures.
Anyways here are some photos: