Welcome to my World.
The mixed world of a Polish Wife and an American Husband with two kids and a dog.
My name is Ewa.
I was born and raised in Poland. At the age of 26 I came to U.S for a cultural exchanged called Au-Pair.
I met my husband, got married and now we’re living in California with our two daughters and a dog.
I love to cook and bake from scratch. My kitchen is mix of Polish-American food. I try to take what I know from Polish kitchen and transform it into something what my American husband, a person with a very “specific” taste buds, would want to eat again.
I haven’t gave up on Polish cuisine, though, even if my husband is not a biggest fan of it.
Besides cooking and baking my biggest passion is photography
and definitely I am a NIKON girl!
If you want to contact me by email I’m here: ewasamples (at) gmail.com!!!
This is my short “life story” in pictures:
Many Many Many Many years ago (I’m the blue one):
Came to US in 2007 as an Au Pair to the best host family ever:
Here and there in U.S.A
Had a bicycle accident. Fractured several vertebrae and spet almost 5 months as a HOT Robo AuPair.
After that I stopped liking bicycles and moved to the back seat of a motorcycle. I think it’s much safer over there. At least I don’t have to steer.
I’ve established a friendship with one doggy!
and it’s owner
… and my belly had grown a little bit bigger…
Finally our” No 1″ joined us, said: gee ! for the first time, and can’t stop smiling since!
Enjoying every single moment with my Little One.
Definitely a breastfeeding mamma
Loving coffee – all the time, every time, day and night time, etc time.
Loving reflections like loving coffee…
and my tattoo which I don’t see very often
Doing yoga in the kitchen between making breakfast for my little one and morning coffee for myself! Every moment is good… .
My growing belly for the second time.
Most of our time we spent in the kitchen, baking, cooking, tasting
Meet our “No 2″ who joined us in 2012.
and this is our newest addition to the family:
That’s it for now! I hope you know me a little better