Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Feel the flower!


Another post from me today!
Today was ourt last school day! Yay!
Now we only have to make it through the tests, and then it's summerbreak!
And we all go to the fifth year of high school (except the ones who won't...)

Lalalaaaa, I'm so happy, lalalaa! And I can't sing, lalala. But I love to sing, lalala. 'Cause it makes me even more happy! La-la-laaa!
(and I don't have songwriter-skills, either)

Oh, and I haven't told it yet, I guess, but I finally bought a new computer! It was about time. I could take in shower and wash my hair in the time the old one took to start. Now I have a laptop, and I love it! I can take it everwhere, my room, the couch, the kitchen, the garden...
Yesterday night I watched a movie on it, my dad downloaded it a while ago, but I hadn't seen it.
The movie is called Little Ashes, and it's beautiful. It's about Salvador Dalí, the painter, and his friend Federico García Lorca, a poet. In the movie, they fall in love, but their love isn't allowed so they keep it secret. It has a tragic end, I cried (I always cry when I'm watching sad movies), but it's a good movie, I guess.
You feel this sexual tension in every single scene, it's a great job of acting.
And yeah, it's with Robert Pattinson, but he looks a bit weird. At the begin, he looks like Willy Wonka. The other guy, Javier Beltrán, is pretty sexy too, so it wasn't hard to enjoy.
I placed a few pics of the movie, the first one is the official film poster, and I took the other two while watching the movie, using printscreen mode. I like the effects in the water, the drops are glinstering in the moonlight and that makes it look pretty...

But I have to go now, dinner's ready.

With love,

"Remember me when you are at the beach and above all when you paint crackling things and little ashes.
Oh my Little Ashes!
Put my name in the picture so that my name will serve for something in the world."

-Federico García Lorca to Salvador Dalí

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

A weekend, a schoolday, a journey...


Oh, it's so HOT in here!
I love summer and the sun, but it's not the perfect season for sleeping on a ceiling. And if you're dad is cultivating your room, which means you don't have a closet to put your clothes in, and that means the tiny piece of room you are able to use, is covered with clothes to make it look even smaller, it's absolutely no nice place to sleep.
But I can't complain, it will look better when finished, and at least I have an own room, a bed to sleep in and all these other things.

This weekend I went to Park City Live, a musicfestival in Heerlen. We helped there, to gain some money for the Peru-project. We had to check tickets and clean up, it was nice! It was really warm, so we all got a little tanned, and we could enjoy the music. I still have painful legs from bending forwards all the time, haha.

And I had so much fun at school today! (yes, that is possible... you just have to make it fun!)
This morning when I was leaving home, I found the new CosmoGIRL! in our mailbox, and I just put it in my bag, to read it at school.
And the funny thing is, I always take it with me to read it myself, but mostly, the boys steal it and read it!
Our Maths-teacher just let us do what we wanted to, next weeks the exams started and we did all the things we had to, so we could talk and have some fun. And I always sit with Danny, Paul and Jari, and they really liked the Cosmo. At first, Jari wanted to throw it out of the window, but I guess he knows that I wouldn't like that, and or course he would never do such a thing. ;-)
(I'm just being nice now)
The guys wanted to do all the tests, the fill up-story and they watched pictures and commented them.

Paul: 'Hey, Jari, are you watching the hats?'
Jari: 'What do you think? Not the hats.' (add: The girls under the hats)

So we did all the tests, read all the stories (it was a Twilight-special, I was totally happy with all these cute pictures and interviews with Rob and Tay, the boys said they were gay... Sillies), analysed our horoscopes (boys seem to read them, too) and commented all the pictures, and then class was over. It really was funny.

And coming back to something I said earlier, about having a place to sleep and about Peru, I realize it's only 11 days away! We will leave on Saturday 10 July, in the middle of the night. From Heerlen to Schiphol (the airport in Amsterdam), from Schiphol to Madrid, from Madrid to Lima, to Ayacucho, back to Lima, to Cusco, hiking through the Andes to Ocongate, to Machu Picchu, and back to Cusco, Lima, Madrid, Amsterdam, Heerlen.
It's going to be a great journey, I am sure. It's about expanding your horizon, shifting boundaries, doing things we have never done before, doing something nice for someone else and having lots of fun!
Of course it will be a non-luxury trip, no Chanel-bags (the one on the pic is great! It's from the Paris-Shangai collection and absolutely adorable!), no Prada-shoes, no warm and comfortable bed, no cellphone, and in the worst case: no toilet.
But it's going to be great, I know it!

With love,

We are going to this place here... It seems to be magical.

And seeing people like this! I'm going to shop so much there...

Friday, June 25, 2010

Some things last forever.


Whoah, it's so hot today!
That's not a bad thing, I guess, we have an airco in this room, so it's actually a little too cool in here. Cycling home is going to be an entirely different thing, I assume.

But when I'm home, I can go shopping for new shoes with my Mom (yay!) and after that, I think I will just l down in the garden, in the sun or the pool, and enjoy the warm weather! :D
Hm, I wonder if there's someone who wants to come to my place to swim or so, it's not that much of fun when you're all alone. I could always ask around if someone would like to, so I'll just see.

I was downtown yesterday, and I went to a bookstore. I wanted to buy a new novel, but I couldn't make a choice, so I didn't bought one. I did see a great book about fashion, but I hadn't enough money, so I have to buy that another time.
Are there any books you would recommand? I'd love to hear!

The actual reason I was shopping yesterday, is the same I go for today: the search for new shoes.
There was a pair of lovely ankle boots, black, high heels and a flower on the ankle, absolutely great.
They will be mine for winter!

And if I really can't find anything, I simply climg to my old AllStars. I pimped mine, changed the laces and let my friends draw on them, so now they really are one of a kind! And I know that they will always fitt and be good enough to wear, no matter what ;)
They're classics!

Enjoy the sun!


Friday, June 18, 2010

I wanna hold your hand!


Hope you all are fine and happy!

I'm doing fine, I guess. I'm still at school, but can go home at 13.00, so that's only 30 minutes.

It's going to be busy today, I have tennisclass at 17.00, and after that, we're going to have dinner with the family, because it's my gran's birthday, and after that, I'm going to Sammy's party.
And I have to watch the soccergame, Germany-Servia. Yeah, I know, I'm not so into soccer usually, but I like the big tournaments. Though everyone is going crazy and every second word you hear is 'soccergame!' or something like that, it's okay.
Yesterday we watched Argentinia-South Korea at school, and I learned some important things:

1. Never ask a guy something during the game.
2. Don't yell too hard or with a high voice.
3. Don't talk about the fact whether the players are cute or not.

I sat next to Nadja and Sammy, and all we did was giggling about the players. We both agreed the nicest player from Argentinia was no 9, and Sammy and I likes one guy from the Korean team, but we couldn't see his name or number.
I guess the guys were a bit annoyed by us, but we don't care...
After all, it's just a game! ( I know the boys won't agree with me, but it is!)

Talking about boys again... Why are some of them so cute?
It's quite annoying sometimes, being in love with someone, or just finding him very sweet.
Especially because I do such a bad job in reading boys' minds! I never know if they say what they mean, or mean what they say, or exactly the other way around...
The way they behave always makes me feel very confused:

I like him, I don't like him, he's cute, he's childish, he's funny, he's arrogant, oh god, he's so handsome, oh gee, what is he doing, why is he so rude, why is he laughing, what is going on, what does he think about me, he likes me, he doens't like me, he likes me, he doesn't like me, why is he looking at me that way, what does it mean, does he like me, or am I making myself going insane?


At least, there are some people who will always like you, whatever you do.
They are called friends! :D

Picture above shows me and my youngest sister, Jytte. She is so cute and funny, really cool.
I think she'll like the picture :)

And then, what more is there to say than the usual things.

Love, care, smilke, be happy!

(and to some people, there is more... I guess they'll know)

Friday, June 11, 2010

I'll send all my loving to you


Wow, time passes way too fast!
You know, I a few weeks, our summerbreak will start, this year passed even faster than others, it seems.
Two years, and we will all graduate from high school and go to university. That's pretty weird to think of, all these people who are important to me right now will spread across the whole country, or even world, and we might never see each other again!
So I guess we have to enjoy the days as long as they are the way they are. Today, we played hockey in gym class, and that was really nice. I even got a pink hockeystick! Great!

And talking about summerbreak, I realise it's only 29 days till I will leave for Peru for three weeks. I'm totally excited to go, it's a beautiful country and we are going to do good things there, and visit Machu Picchu and walk with lamas(they have to carry our luggage in the mountains, and I'm going to call my lama Karl), and visit orphants and stuff, I mean, that's just awesome!
I'm really nervous too. I mean, three weeks, so far away, without my parents, camping in tents at 4000 m, walking all day long, and of course, the flying.
I'll admit it: I'm mostly afraid of the flying.
I have never flown before, so I don't know what to expect. What if the plane crashes? I really don't want to die yet, I absolutely can't, I'm way too busy to die.
But the only thing we can do, is hoping it won't happen and we will all be back safe again. And they say that flying is safer than crossing the street, and that went well for over a hundred times, so I guess one flight won't kill me.
And I'm sure it will be a great time and a wonderful experience!

I already know that I'm going to but so many presents and gifts there, it's cheap, colorful and sweet, so why not? And everyone is giving me money to spend there, and I'm sure that I won't be able to spend all of it, so when I'm back, I'm going to buy myself something gorgeous, like lovely new shoes or a new bag, something I don't need, but just want.
Because I can do that ;)

But, able to buy whatever you want or not, we shouldn't forget the important things, like being happy, being free and being loved.


Close your eyes
And I'll kiss you
Tomorrow I'll miss you
Remember I'll always be true
And meanwhile I'm away
I'll write home everyday
And I'll send all my loving to you

(All my Loving - The Beatles)