Answer the following questions using only one word.
1. Where is your cell phone? Shrug
2. Your significant other? Where??
3. Your hair? Bothersome
4. Your mother? French
5. Your father? Deaf
6. Your favorite thing? (Soon:) GA
7. Your dream last night? Bucher
8. Your favorite drink? Rivella
9. Your dream/goal? Unreachable
10. What room you are in? Bedroom
11. Your hobby? Sports
12. Your fear? Handicapped
13. Where do you want to be in 6 years? Canada
14. Where were you last night? Home
16. Muffins? Hazelnut
17. Wish list item? Books
18. Where you grew up? Engelberg
19. Last thing you did? Homework
20. What are you wearing? Pyjamas
21. Your TV? Off
22. Your pets? Bacteria
23. Friends? Changed
24. Your life? Nonexistent
25. Your mood? Saturated
26. Missing someone? Heath
27. Car? No
28. Something you're not wearing? Ties
29. Your favorite store? amazon
30. Your favorite color? Green
33. When is the last time you laughed? Distant
34. Last time you cried? Unrememberable
35. Who will resend this? Volunteers
36. One place that I go to over and over? Toilet
37. One person who emails me regularly? Spam
38. Favorite place to eat? Mr. Pickwick
39. Why you participated in this survey? Challenge
40. What are you doing tonight? Brinner
Ich weiss ned, wenn ich z'leschte Mal ohni Wüsse und Erwartige en Film gluegt han und de mich so umghaue hed. Also wenn ehr chönned: Gönd de Film go luege, it's worth it!
Naja, falls ihr s'Buech scho kenned, denn vielliecht ned. Ich kenn s'Buech zwar ned, drom cha ich das ned würkli beurteile, aber ich nimme aa, das isch ähnlich wie bi de meiste andere Buech-Verfilmige:
Film adaption = Rubbish
Last week I was about to write an entry and then all of a sudden my computer crashed and I was so pis*** off that I didn't want to write it all again so I left it. Here's another attempt:
Yesterday was Vakanztag and I asked Widler if he wants to accompany me. He agreed. We went up late, circa at 11.30 AM and we only saw Cettuzzi and Sarah (and some "little" ones like Anna Fricker and Saskia...) but apart from them...nobody! It's such a pity that only a few of the students take the possibility of the "Vakanz"-days. Sure, we couldn't see everybody because most of them went down about 2 PM but I know that there was only one person from the 3.HMS+ and that's pretty pathetic...
And today I was learning Philosophy until 8.40 AM because we would have had a test today, but Herr Flückiger told us this morning that he postpones it to Tuesday. Man! Well at least we were allowed to use his lesson to prepare for the next hour (or for whatever else :-D) So I began with my latin homework that I had to hand out in the afternoon. But I didn't finish so I had to do it at noon and yeah...fact is, I had a very stressful day and I should absolutely go to bed soon because tomorrow I have to get up at 5 AM: I'm going skiing with my dad in Laax.
But nevertheless I'm looking forward to it! I was never somewhere else than in Engelberg skiing and according to friends Laax has to be awesome.
My brother is in Davos (he had his Seminararbeitspräsentation there and the University Lucerne paid almost everything :-O) so we can pick him up on the way home.
Yesterday I found my own little "Cemetery of Forgotten Books" (Carlos Ruiz Zafón)!
Well, I didn't really "found" it. A friend of mine, Steffi, told me that there is a place nearby where you can bring your books you don't need anymore and in exchange you can take as much books as you wish to.
Why wasn't I aware of this place??
Anyway, yesterday I went there to bring my spare books and I couldn't believe my eyes. The books were not only on the shelves but on the floor, on the tables...just everywhere.
That's how I imagine heaven!
But my dad didn't want to stay too long so I had to leave after fifteen minutes :-( (But I will return within the next few days...)
Thank you, Steffi!
First of all: Welcome!
I always wanted to begin a diary (or at least an e-diary) but I never got that far. And as I turned 18 I thought that my life would certainly change into an exciting and enviable one but...haha...actually, no, it didn't. But nevertheless I was still pleased with the idea of a website that would keep my thoughts and memories for a longer time that my brain does. So here we go...
Although it's not New Year's Eve I thought of a resolution today that I'm willing to follow from this day forward:
I'm leaving our apartment at least once a day.
Probably it sounds easy to your ears but honestly, it's not, especially when you're on holidays and you're trapped in an one-horse town that appears to be the most distant village in the world. I can't believe I stayed this long here without an attempt to fly. Maybe I should one day... No, honestly, I feel like I've lost 18 years of my life I'm never gonna get back again. Okay, not quite 18 years but the last four years were definitely a waste of time.
But I'm changing this right now. At this very moment.
Okay, it's a fact that resolutions don't last very long but I'm really going to try to carry it out.
BTW: Hell, I can't remember the last time I was awake at this time of day (it's 4:53 a.m., even if the Journal says something else).
Well then, Good Night!