my life in words and pictures

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this is me, trying to put down my thoughts about everything and anything in the most sincere way possible, trying to find order in the chaos that is my life, trying to throw some mediocre-to-good pictures in along the way and trying to do it all in such a charming way that maybe someone actually finds pleasure in reading it all.





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warm and dizzy

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... and today stayed warm and dizzy.

i slept a bit too long to enjoy the lovely weather - it was a cloud-free, wintery-clear sky - but i compensated this by taking a nice and icy walk through snow-covered hills and neighbourhoods.

i took these pictures on the way. i have decided that from now on i want my pictures to fit what i write about, or at least not be weeks old.

when the sun was going down and almost disappeared over the lake i visited someone quite a bit older than me and we had one of those really memorable, comforting and simply great talks, where you forget the time completely because you're so into talking and listening. we were really surprised when i left and we realised we had talked for nearly 3 hours. plus the wonderful thing about it was that we were sitting inside the coziest livingroom, and everything was still covered with christmas ornaments and angels and santas and christmas lights and stuff and we were drinking this indian tee with milk and honey and my livingroom is very open and light so getting into the christmas-spirit is a bit more difficult here, and i felt so snug sitting there talking and drinking and eating cookies, so i got my christmas-feeling this year after all.

sounds kind of soft doesn't it? well, i had to do something soft to equal things out after last night's wildness.
1st Jan 2008, 21:59  

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chocolate says:

left over extra-terresterial christmas lawn ornament?

that's good hahah :D

blurry, sweaty nights and cozy afternoons ... a wonderful combination, definitely.

3rd Jan 2008, 23:38

chocolate says:

ok ur right it is a LITTLE strange ... although u know maybe it's just something american playgrounds don't have. strictly european, u know?

... who knows. go have some walks around town past playgrounds and let me know :)



sweaty days and nights ... actually no i never really said what i meant, did i? what ur thinking is, of course, very seducting as well.

5th Jan 2008, 17:15