Monday, April 26, 2010
It's windy and cloudy now, and it's going to be storm very soon I think...so it's good time to tell you about my lovely weekend! On Saturday my very best polish friend visited me. As we both were very busy earlier, I couldn't see her at my b-day. But fortunately we met at the weekend and I got very nice gift - wine, chocolate and a green frog that suppose to become my 'prince' when I kiss her...should I try? We drunk beers out, the weather was great and I finally could talk with someone who think about world and life the way I do... And on Sunday I went with my bro to Wisła - nice polish town, where we watched the Downhill mountain bike racing - was great! I'm truly in love with this sport and can't wait when my bro get his supper dupper brand new bike! And I realized how much I miss my "norwegian sykkel's adventures" ... But now it's time to study hard and in 2 weeks Nat is comming and we are going to hit the Krakow's Clubs! And one more thing - I got invitation for a home party next weekend, of course I said 'yes, I will be there' but I'm not sure if it's good idea...anyway, we will see:-)
Living in my home town after a few years abround is pretty hard. I don't like the way polish people think, and sometimes I do not like the way they act. Poland is a lovely and charming country and people are nice but... this is an ilussion that you can see when you are the visitor, when you live here - you have a different opinion. The only positive think that keep me going nowedays is summer break and hope I will go abroud... I need this feeling when you know you are FREE.. becouse, I'm afraid I'm lying myself.
And I don't have a bed in my room so I have to sleep on the floor! I don't have even a mattress! But I don't give a shit, who cares about stuff like BED?! haha
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
It's been a day from "Dzień Świra" (polish real genius movie), totally crazy... so, I had a test from german and I translated everything...into NORWEGIAN! Since I study norwegian there is "no room in my brain" for german haha...yeah, but it's not funny. When I realized I have no clue how to do it in german I just stopped doing anything and of course my professor asked what is wrong with me (I was pretty good with german before). I said I can't do it in german but I can do it in norwegian if she wish :-) She was pretty intrerested where and how I get 'such an exotic language' and so on...
Later on I had an exam from computer technology and I just hate technology... I guess there is no person in this world who knows less about computers, TV's or phones than me!
And some other shit happened but I just decided let it go... and day isn't over yet!
Anyway I don't give a shit and right now I'm drinking 'so very tasty' beer and watching "The Simpsons" - I LOVE THEM!!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dbDJzDV1CM check this out!
ah...and I'm in mood to dance lately! I miss my super dupper fancy Oslo Club's and and the best ever restaurant by the sea... I miss the feeling when you know you look good...I miss high heels, sexy dresses and Scandi boys hahaha... but I will go for it... soon!
Sunday, April 18, 2010
No. I am not quite there yet. The laundry is warm and welcoming when you wear it straight out of the dryer and I love my clothes and the fact I wear sneakers every day...
But I guess I should have numerous questions running through my mind like what will happen to me? What is expected of me? What should I already be doing? Some people think the answer is important becouse 'You're not getting any yonger and any prettier, be serious!'
But you know what? I don't give a shit. I'm still taking things one day at a time. I am eagerly waiting to face the surprises which life has for me this year. I don't feel 26. It's just a number. And the fact that I am that old doesn't make me have palpitations. I feel good! :-)
Saturday, April 10, 2010
'Polish President Lech Kaczynski was killed early Saturday along with his wife, several top military officials, and the head of the national bank when their plane crashed at a western Russian airport, there are no survivers.'
'97 people were aboard the government plane, including 88 members of a Polish delegation en route to commemorate Poles killed in mass murders in the town of Katyn under orders from Soviet leader Josef Stalin in 1940.'
You never know what's going to happen from one moment to the next... so keep a moment, be happy you are ALIVE, and do your best right here right now! Love and make people happy, smile and give them as much positive energy as you can, inspire them and help when they need... but let them live their own life...and remember - every moment may be the last one.