Day One: Ten things you want to say to ten different people right now. Day Two: Nine things about yourself. Day Three: Eight ways to win your heart. Day Four: Seven things that cross your mind a lot. Day Five: Six things you wish you’d never done. Day Six: Five people who mean a lot (in no order whatsoever) Day Seven: Four turn offs. Day Eight: Three turn ons. Day Nine: Two smileys that describe your life right now. Day Ten: One confession.
- I wish I could read minds. And sometimes I wonder whether other people can read my mind (because at times it certainly feels that way).
- What will happen in the future? Am I one day going to reach my foremost goals in life (in particular my artistic pursuits)?
- Food, simply.
- I like to observe passers-by and make guesses of what kind of people they are and where they are going.
- Why in the world is facebook so incredibly addicting?
- How come people like the way coffee tastes? I really don't understand.
- Where from to find the motivation to study...
Greetings dear readers! Just returned form Tallinn last night feeling totally ecstatic yet at the same time utterly exhausted and feet hurting like hell. Though it was only a two-day trip it felt like a whole week! Above is only a fraction of the photos I took during our stay. Despite a little adversity (when we were about to leave for the harbor discovering that someone had broken into our minibus and smashed one of its windows) everything went well. I feel like last week was one of the best ones I’ve had in a very long time. Besides the trip to Tallinn, last thursday was also pleasantly surprising. It started off like a typical thursday morning. Me half sleeping during history class (it's always like that on thursdays, since my wednesdays are pretty exhausting). Then all of a sudden right in the middle of my daydreams I startle when my friend starts poking me. She points at the loudspeakers and I hear our names being announced. The voice also requests us to come to the Swedish classroom as soon as possible. At that point we really had no idea what it could be about. Well, turned out our Swedish and English teachers had heard of our victory in the Creative Wheels contest (btw here is clean proof that there indeed is a lot of gossiping going on in the teachers' room). They had an assignment for us, one that we'd even get paid for. We had to make a video for this project called Comenius. Naturally I was up for it! So on the shooting day I was very happy to wake up and see sunbeams streaming through my curtains. It was perfect since we were going to film outside. I swear I was smiling (without a doubt looking like a total idiot) the whole time as I made my way to school. But I was feeling so good, that I just couldn't hide it! Hell, I didn't even want to hide it! Ultimately we had a lot of fun with the shooting and it all went smoothly. Now all that's left is the editing part and I might even be able to show it to you when it gets published. But that wont be until someday next week.