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It is not uncommon for Vardas workday to last 19 hours, but he considers himself quite fortunate to be granted an extraordinary privilege to wear jeans at Ritz and park his bike at the hotels entrance, while doing what he loves best.
His wife, a psychologist working with autistic children, though a bit fed up with flowers already, still continues to receive an I-Love-You bouquet from her husband once a week.
Serb, born and raised in Belgrade (verujem da je skratio ili promenio prezime da se slae uz Djordje=or) Djordje (George) Varda, last year awarded the title of the best floral designer in Europe, was miserable when he was told his father was appointed a post in Paris and the family will be moving to France.
He was 18 years old and had just finished high school.
He worked at the luxurious Paris fashion boulevard Avenue Montaigne when, five years ago, he decided he had enough of suit and tie, and extravagant wealthy clients (Well, that didnt really change, he laughed).
U prvo vreme bavio se slikarstvom i imao izvesnog uspeha, pa je čak jedno vreme izgledalo da će napustiti film, jer male uloge u nekim filmovima Reks Ingrama, nisu ga mogle zadovoljiti.ROTTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - FEBRUARY 15: Nenad Zimonjic (L) of Serbia and Daniel Nestor of Canada celebrate their victory with their trophies in the doubles final over Lukas Dlouhy of Czech Republic and Leander Paes of India during day seven of the ABN AMRO World Tennis Tournament at the Ahoy Centre Rotterdam on February 15, 2009 in Rotterdam, Netherlands. We have come a long way in the past couple of years.Vredi ponoviti ovde anegdotu iz Teslinog ivota koju je originalno postovao Sirbinda na drugoj temi Stormfront- Srbija. We played in Turkey, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Hungary but playing in front of our own audience is the best experience and Im very happy I had that opportunity. We are one of the rare countries which has two female players in the top 10, Janković said.Svi ga hvale i svi dolaze da vide njegove neverovatne cvetne aranmane.Kod njega vetinu araniranja uče i Japanci, kako bi oplemenili svoje tradicionalno umeće araniranja.
- The hardest thing for me in life was to leave Belgrade, - he told RTS reporter Mira Adanja Polak.