Monthly Archives: April 2011
Do you talk in your sleep? I don’t do it, but Hannes does all the time. He says the weirdest things when he is halfway between asleep and awake. In the middle of last night, he woke me up and started complaining about me not letting him come along to a karaoke bar. I haven’t been to a karaoke bar for years, so I knew he was just talking nonsense again. Still, he sounded really serious and felt that I had hurt his feelings.
He never remembers these things. When I first experienced this, I thought that sooner or later he might tell me something interesting or that he would tell me some secret in his sleep. I’m still waiting for that.
I must admit that I didn’t watch the Royal wedding yesterday, and I hope you won’t judge me too hard for that. I simply had too much to do! Although, I did have a wonderful afternoon. Will post more pictures soon!
When you woke up today, what was your first thought?
“Where is my morning coffee? ”
What did you have for breakfast?
A mozzarella and ham sandwich!
What was the last song you couldn’t get out of your head?
Dire Straits – You and your friend.
What was your favorite subject in high school?
Math and arts&crafts.
Are you a morning person or a night owl?
Definitely a night owl. I don’t like mornings at all.
What do you have in your wardrobe that you never use?
A t-shirt that says “My face is up here” and has an arrow pointing upwards on the breasts. I used to wear it a lot when I was in high school.
What bothers you today?
The fact that my order from Asos still hasn’t arrived. I’m waiting for a bra.
What gave you today’s first smile?
When was the last time you were embarrassed? About what?
Yesterday, when I called a friend’s girlfriend by the wrong name! Her name is Ruby but I called her Amber!
What are you reading right now?
Two books, one by Mark Lindquist and one by Umberto Eco.
Who is your favorite celebrity right now?
Bruce Willis. I keep watching all films with him.
I learned today about the different parts of a guitar. It’s got a body, neck and head. Some guitarists even name their guitars and talk about them as persons.
One example is B.B. King, whose guitar was called Lucille. One night when he was playing a gig in Arkansas, two men in the crowd got into a fight, and caused a fire. Everyone, B.B. King included, got evacuated. Then he realized he had forgotten his guitar, and he ran and got it out from the burning building.
Later he found out that the two men had been fighting over a woman called Lucille, and he named his guitar after her.