Here I am with a Weizen next to my laptop enjoying my first day back home. The train ride was uneventful except the fact that I’m almost sure I was in the same compartment with one of my school mates from my first high school. And if that is right, man, how different she looked! We didn’t talk (either she wasn’t my school mate, or she didn’t recognized me, or she didn’t want to talk) but she seemed so… changed – not in the best possible way, from my point of view. It was a bit shocking, I have to admit. It also made me think about how people who knew me 5-6-7 years ago might consider my own metamorphosis: a good one or a bad one? But in the end all that matters is how we see ourselves, if we like what we have become.

Home is… home :) Mum took these two days off so we can spend more time together. We’re making shopping list and cooking lists and I hope I won’t put on weight while I’m here :)) I haven’t met anyone yet (been too busy dying my hair orange, or close to orange, and shopping for a coat – still looking for one) but tomorrow (well, today) is going to be the day. If it doesn’t rain, I’ll consider tomorrow a perfect day.

I’m not a big fan of Easter but it’s cool that I get to see my family and re-bond with them. I’m not very good with keeping in touch – although I miss some of them, I never call – but sometimes I feel the urge to see them, to talk to them. It’s good to know that there are some people that are there for me no matter how rarely we see each other and no matter how different we are.

The blog has had a couple of rough days. I’m not sure exactly what kind of virus or bug it was infected with, but E. assured me that now it is safe. Too bad that I had to give up my other theme :( I liked it a lot, although it was a biiiit too crowded. This one is just a draft, it’s far too simple for my taste, but better this than nothing, right? E. will work on a new theme for me when he has time and I’m going to nag him to design something more like me.

Well, I’d better go to bed now. I don’t want to be tired tomorrow, the glorious day.

Posted on by ionuca | Posted in Bits and pieces, I'm just a girl, I'm so happy I could scream!

One Response to Mum, I’m home!

  1. by Gracie on April 16, 2012 at 4:00 pm

    So, how was the day?

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