Saturday, January 19, 2008

Everything I own I owe you

I wish there was 35 hours in a day. I could sleep as much as I do but still have time to do everything I want to. I don't know how it's possible for me to feel as the time was running out. My only hobby is like sitting right here in front of my laptop and even though I nowadays have friends I don't really meet them so often.

Today I went to my aunt's place with Aleksi. The number one reason for our visit was that my mother had knitted a wool cap for me and my aunt's job was to deliver it to me. But she's not so keen on visiting us so we went there instead. She cooked us dinner and then we just hang out reading magazines and watching TV.

So I got a wool cap. It's nice, thick and gray. And I'm probably never going to wear it since it makes me look like a mushroom. And I like to use my hood when it's cold or rainy. I also got a new book by Paulo Coelho. As I have mentioned, he's one of my favorite authors so it was a nice surprise. I have read it earlier but I like to own the books I love. Anyway. This one is titled "the Zahir".

I also read through two latest issues of Tietokone magazine. I assume that there are non-Finnish readers; Tietokone is some pretty dull magazine about computers and computer related stuff. It's good if you're planning to by a new laptop or a camera like every second week or you're deep in to hardware in any level. But if you're a social girl nerd with just blogging in mind like me then probably it's not for you. But yes, I read it trough because I got free access to it. This is just one short story made too long. I just wanted to say that there was a story about domain registration and I once again thought it would be cool to switch to and blog under an own domain. But it's not going to happen as long as my blog is this crappy.

And J.J. called me! People don't normally call me. They text me, send me emails and IM me. So it was indeed a big surprise. Especially when you take the notice that the last time we spoke irl was like two years ago and even so I'm not sure if we have had like an actual real life conversation. But that's about to change soon since I'm going to pay a visit to his new digs at Tampere and have some quality time with him. I know from my own experience that it's not necessarily easy to click right away in real life when you've spent so many years chatting online but, whatever the truth, it's going to be fun anyway.

1 comment:

  1. hello!
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