Yo know this scene out of movies or maybe even out of your memory: It’s Christmas and the kids rip open their presents and the joy lasts for some seconds, then they throw it in the corner, only to open the next one. That’s how I felt standing in front of my shoe rack. When did
Category Archives: A Walking Cliche
While I’m writing the draft for this post I’m in the middle of November blues. A November blues that came out of nowhere and had no real reason behind it. But I’m sitting around, feeling sad for myself and having trouble motivating myself to work, to go out and to laugh. Apparently a lot of
The only month I’m honestly relieved about is May. I expected to not be able to eat chocolate somewhere in winter or maybe somewhere in fall when it’s rainy and cold and dark outside. But not being able to eat chocolate in May might make the task an easier one to accomplish! (Or so I
If you meet me for the first time, you’ll probably think I’m super confident (if not arrogant and overbearing). The latter attitudes are simply a protective mechanism, because I have to get to know people first before I open myself to them. This may be due to a school-time full of bullying or my own
Oh my god – that’s the worst case scenario. No shopping in December? It is not that I’m a big shopaholic and need to go shopping all the time. But I’d like to be able to shop before Christmas time. I mean, who wouldn’t? Not being able to help out Santa Claus with all his duties is just plain mean.