KARMELA VUKOV COLIĆ posted photos of her dance night on Instagram. She revealed that this year’s noriada inspired her to do so.
“This is a photo from the last millennium. My neighbor, my good uncle Horvat, wouldn’t let me take a taxi to the prom. “You have to drive a BMW and be decent!” He said, taking the car key. By the way, in that prehistoric era, I bought skirt material in one of many textile shops, and I drew it on a piece of paper myself (pleated skirt, high-neck tunic, bare back; Put on a bun), sewn by a nearby tailor. No sequins, mini skirts, designers-we don’t know anything about it,” Carmela wrote.
“Dinner was in Sherwood Forest. We were kicked out of the restaurant at around 11pm because an arrogant owner overloaded the restaurant. We ended up at a disco in the Brezovica Castle where our professor’s husband was playing music. This It was crazy! We hugged to the morning and sang loudly…” she recalled.
She regrets that many graduates this year will not experience such a moment.
“I’m thinking about this year’s graduates, thinking about everything that has been taken away from them… Noria that can’t be repeated, balls that can’t be danced… My heart is shrinking… Because, pandemic or not, we can feel Shame” Every adult who steals a child’s memory can be ashamed. To you, dear graduates, I hope his life will return to you a hundredfold.