28. mars 2011
25. mars 2011
22. mars 2011
I am going to sleep, and eat mac n'cheese for breakfast, and read history and chem, and eat a great lunch, and go for a run, and shower, and read more history, and eat dinner.
but first of all I am going to watch sex and the city.
17. mars 2011
It's almost funny to me how everything seems so far, yet so close. After spending a whole year just getting to know people from all over the world, it is as if the world shrunk. Japan is so much closer than we think. They're all doing it. The scientists, the massmedia, the people - in Norway, in the US, in Brazil. They worry; what if the radiation reaches us?
It's been a tough week. And my prayers and thoughts and best wishes go to Japan, hoping for a quick recovery.
I told the 11th graders yesterday what you gain from a year abroad; and it's not only maturing and learning a new language and meeting new people and getting better at adjusting. It is also worrying, and now especially for those in Japan.
It's been a tough week, and let's just leave it at that.
12. mars 2011
8. mars 2011
6. mars 2011
Eg har tenkt litt. Og eg trur vi gjør det vi gjør, altså å dra på ferie sammen, gi gaver og bøker og filmer. Og matbokser. Og låner headset og joggebukser, og kjøper augelapper. Og hører på radioresepsjonen og sover i samme seng fordi vi tar igjen for alt vi gikk glipp av i fjor. Sjøl om i fjor gikk kjempefort og kjempebra.
3. mars 2011
So staying home and being sick made me crave Mt. Dew. Baaaaaad. I'm so mad at myself for not drinking it every second I was awake during the 300-and-some days I spent in the US. If I go to L.A. I would drink lots and lots of mountain dew.
2. mars 2011
Oh, and I find it odd how a ukulele can make me want to wear my swinsuit and drive to soccer practice and get a farmer's tan.