Double booked Wednesday

We're having sushi for lunch. I, personally, only eat one type of sushi, and it's nigiri with salmon!

There’s been a mix-up in my schedule, so today I’ve got more classes than I can attend. I could use one of those time-turners that Hermione used, to be at two places at once.

Even though I’m really stressed out right now and trying to decide on which lecture is more important, I’m looking forward to a great evening. Hannes is having a concert tonight. I think I’ve mentioned before, that he plays bass and sings in a local rock band.

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7 Responses to Double booked Wednesday

  1. Josephine says:

    Now you’ve got me in the mood for Harry Potter :)
    Hope you’re doing ok, despite the workload! Have a great evening!

  2. Ilona Opengeim-Cherkas says:

    Lovely, Antonia! I’ve been longing to ask you about hair products you’re using…i have a similar hair texture to yours, and can’t recently find products that I like. I mean I usually use drugstore shampoos, but lately my hair has been looking dull and frizzy…any tips on how to enliven wavy hair? Mine is also long….:)

    • Antonia says:

      Ilona, I’m like you. I use regular shampoos (lately it’s been mostly Aussie and Tony&Guy) and conditioners. I can get pretty frizzy hair every now and then when the air is very humid. For that I really liked this product by Sassoon.
      However, I’ve recently read about this new thing called co-washing, where you basically wash your hair with a silicone-free conditioner. Have you heard of it? Google it, it sounds very promising!:) I can’t wait to try it.

  3. Arantxa says:

    Finally! I’ve read all the posts on your blog until today. From now on I will write daily entries, not for months:)
    Many overwhelming for your strength day, I hope you enjoy the concert of your guy.

    Good luck!

  4. Meredith says:

    I have very curly, dry hair and have tried the co-washing. It does work! The water cleans your hair added along with the massage you give your scalp. Then rinse everything away and you’ll be surprized at how nice it turns out. Eventually, I do need to use a bit of shampoo but that’s every 3-4 times I was my hair. My hair is in much better condition now, softer and my scalp doesn’t itch anymore from being dried out from too frequent shampooing.

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