Cenka Georgieva About Baba Vanga

Cenka Georgieva About Baba Vanga

Every morning when Baba Vanga was going to the Rupite from Petrich, she was stopping by to see me. While Vitka was tiding up her room, me and Baba Vanga were chatting and telling jokes. Often we would get a sip of ouzo – it was Baba Vanga’s favorite drink. Baba Vanga had a great sense of humour. She loved when I was reading jokes to her from the newest newspaper. When she was younger she had much more energy and stamina. I have heard her sing many times – she really had a good and powerful voice. Most of her songs were sad full with drama and sorrow. Early in the morning she was always entering her garden to check on the flowers – she was touching, talking, and singing to them.

Baba Vanga loved to knit, and many of her clothing were done by her. On Sunday, she was usually not accepting people, and she was often inviting me to see her. In the summer we were sitting under her big poplar, and as usual were telling jokes and stories, while knitting. Once I decided to challenge her just for the fun, who will knit her ball of cotton faster. I offered her to knit with two hooks, and I will knit in crochet.  I did this because I knew Baba Vanga used two hooks most of the time. She almost got offended and told me that she is a very good crochet knitter as well – so she wanted to swap roles.

She really amazed me – she was so fast, and the quality was unbelievably good, so I didn’t stand a chance to beat her. Later she told me that she learned how to knit at the Center for Blind in the town of Zemun, Macedonia. Since then I never challenged Baba Vanga in knitting – she definitely was the better knitter.

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