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Grateful to be Alive

Gratitude is something we all forget from time to time – to thank the universe for still being here on this planet, fill your lungs with fresh spring air and listen to the wind play in your hair. This was something that clung to me so strongly this morning, as I watched the sun rise. I realised that it is so difficult to keep up with the pace of society we live in, that we lose the sense of gratitude for small and simple things. Let’s be honest, we all want more from life than we have: money, a better career, achievements, beautiful partner, children.. Once we fall into that trap, thinking that we do not have enough, we close the door to receiving.

I cannot help myself but feel beyond grateful. After many days of rain, I finally greeted the sun, had my morning coffee in the fields, and talked to mischievous ponies (one of them even tried to eat my tripod!). I hope you all find something to feel thankful for, as it does open the heart for more! 🙂

Lots of love, Ursule


My name is Ursule Gaylard, I'm a 25 year old knitwear designer, photographer, blogger and nature lover. In 2010 I left my home in Lithuania and decided to move to a foreign country to try and find myself. I ended up in England, where I graduated in Photography and launched my knitwear business - 'Where Bears Go'. A few years have passed and I realised that there is so much more I wanted to express, and this is how this website was born. Within this personal magical place, all of my creativity, soul and dreams are stored. I live in Bath together with my wizard husband and two cats who just decided to appear in our lives. We all love midnight tea and conversations about metaphysical and strange things and I hope this blog will inspire you to enjoy life to a point where weird is the new normal! Welcome to my Wonderland!


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    Adorable little ones! 😍 Your photos are beautiful! Xx

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      Aw thanks Kim for your kind words! They are adorable and beyond mischievous 😀
      We should go horse riding together one day. Maybe at some point, when I come visit you in Sweden? 🙂 xxx