Monday, November 22, 2010
soyeah, I finally got around to reading that book and it was great :D
when's the next part coming out and can you give me some spoilers?
nowait... no spoilers... but.. yes spoilers?? D:
a little one??
A tiiinyy little spoiler?
Okay so superinteresting book.
I have this odd feeling tat Erik is gonna die or turn out to be a bad guy. amirite?
Also it's really nice to read stuff about people dying while coughing while you yourself have been lying in bed for the past two days, doing exactly than... Scary stuff.
well, sorry for the shortness of this but I don't want to spoil it for anyone else. And besides it's really hard to type with one hand, lying down. Sucks, really.
Also, the translation was great and when's the next part coming?
Sunday, November 21, 2010
Wednesday, November 17, 2010
Christmasssss is coming up.
and I need to
- bully Kaida into telling me what she wants for christmas
- Cross-stitch some little christmas picture thingies for christmas cards (Yes, I'm hand-making mines this year. Maybe. Hopefully. If I have time...)
- Think of what I want for christmas this year
- Crochet a Xmas gift for Kaja this year
- Learn how to crochet
I also have to work on my handcrafts sweater that we need to be knitting and I haven't been doing it at home. Atall. Meeeeeh.
I want to do (most) of my christmas gifts by hand this year (haha, did it last year, too.) but geeeeesh I don't have the timeeeeeee.
Gah, someone is mass-reporting the new NCIS episode on Megavideo... Give it a rest, you'll never weed out piracy and online movie-watching anyway.
Which might sound ignorant and crap but seriously, I'm just a big fan and I wouldn't get to see the episodes for another couple of years and quite frankly, I just want to watch it.
If you are worried that the sales of the DVDs and stuff are going down then think of it this way: you watch the episodes on TV and then buy the DVDs anyway if you like the show
IT'S EXACTLY THE SAME THING.
I watch it online, I like it, I would buy the boxed set if it were to be on sale here. It isn't.
If it finally comes back on TV, I'll probably watch it occasionally aswell.
Online piracy is bad but then again so is underage drinking and despite everyones best efforts, people are still doing it.
Give. it. a. rest.
And besides, I /am/ ignorant.
In other news...
...there are no other news.
Oh, right. School theater night tomorrow, I'll let you know how badly we failed. Tomorrow.
Or maybe the day after that.
Sunday, November 14, 2010
In my humble opinion of course.
First of all. Emma Watson in 2001:
Emma Watson in 2010:
Radcliffe and Grint, looking stupid as always.
Also, Clown!Death Eater ftw!
And last but not least:
Can't wait to actually see that movie. Wikipedia says it cuts off just as Voldemort gets the elder wand from Dumbys grave so it's not as major cliffhanger as I thought it would be.
and then part two will come next year in july or something and then - bye-bye harry potter movies!
Saturday, November 13, 2010
Noactually that is mostly a lie.
My day started by mom barging into my room about something random, me thinking that ohmygod, it'sfinallysaturday, I'mnevergettingup.
Also, does anyone know how to get rid of that new search thingy on google? The one where like 20 pages automatically pop up and crap? I mean I get that the whole idea behind it is that the computer can search for keywords and stuff faster than I can type and when it starts looking for it /while/ I type, it would, theoretically save me time but the fact is that for one I type way faster than my internet connection can allow the results to appear and the whole billion-results-on-one-page thing just adds about 5 minutes to every fucking picture search. So if anyone knows how to go back to the original. I'd love you forever.
That didn't really work out as Ella decided to scratch my hands raw and Birgit called and shit.
Anyway after that my dear friends Kati and Birgit came over, we traded our writing masterpieces, talked about our mad skillz, ate, laughed, played bubble struggle and magically. The day was suddenly over.
Before they left, however, she showed me this youtube dude who does vlogs and youtube videos and so on. So after they had left, I started watching his videos and here I am.
Stuck with a sudden urge to write in my blog.
For a second I started going all ohmygod why aren't I doing vlogs?
And then, I remembered that I'm only funny-ish-sorta when I'm typing.
so blogging it is.
Also, uploading a ton of photos to blogger is not exactly the easiest thing to do when your computer is about as fast as a snail on drugs.
Or, like, a very drunk snail.
Ready to topple over in some bush nearby.
In this case, imagine that my coputer is the turtle and google image search is the snail. Witty, no?
Okayso I need something to talk about.
Umm... there's a football match on wednesday? Estonia vs Liechtenstein. That how you spell that town?
I swear, whoever thought it up must've been high.
"Oooh, duuuuuude we should, like totally, name this country like li.. li... lišsennnsein..."
"Yeeeeah, duuuuuuuude. Groooooovy.
And then afterwards, when they had sobered up, they couldn't come up with anything better so they just added some random c's and h's and t's to make it look official.
Yeah, I'm sure that's how it went.
Umm.. the school theater night thingy is on thursday. I have nearly three lines!
Well actually, more like a line and then two words (Exactly! and Why?)
You win the female lead once and they never let you into the spotlight again ...
OHMYGOD, I JUST LIKE WENT TO SENOR GIF TO FIND SOME FUNNY SHIT TO POST AND GUESS WHAT WAS ON THE FIRST PAGE AS THE VERY FIRST THING?!?!?!
TELL ME THAT'S NOT CHANNEL TWO REPORTER AND THAT THOSE CAPS BEHIND HIM DON'T STATE POLITSEI.
that's just surreal.
WE'RE FAMOUS FOR REALLY STUPID PEOPLE WHO DON'T KNOW WHAT THE FUCK A MICROPHONE IS!
no but seriously, it's past midnight and I have a major headache and goodnight.
--Kelly /end completely pointless blog post.
Saturday, November 6, 2010
It was a wonderful 15 years, that he spent with me but now his journey has come to an end and I'm glad. I'm glad I don't have to watch him suffer every day anymore. I'm glad I don't have to hear my grandmother and grandfather yelling to each other about it.
I'm glad I don't have to wtach him fall down the few steps ha has to make to get outside.
I'm glad I don't have to hear his pain.
I'd much rather remember the happy times.
Rest in peace, Max. 1994-2010
Always in our hearts. ♥
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
I suck at keeping promises to myself.
Andyes I started with that post like ages ago.
kayso from the beginning. Right.
Mom learned how to make bread. Like real bread. And god is that the most delicious thing ever or what?!
three kinds with different stuff in 'em.
Meat one, which was extremely delicious if a bit salty and sort of soggy. Still amazing. Got eaten before the day was up (Which is quite the feat seeing as she took them out of the oven around 8 or 9 pm.)
One with seed thingies in it (Why yes, my vocabulary is indeed very diverse today, thankyou.)
This is my personal favourite, also eaten super-quickly.
and then the last one, with fruit bits in it. The fruit bit thingies were soaked in Vana Tallinn beforehand so the bread had quite the bitter taste to it. Not very popular with the crowd. Come to think of it, some of it could still be in the cupboard (It's over two weeks old but y'know...)
And once you have some bread then the only natural next step is to make some white bread aswell.
Steaming hot white bread, straight out of the oven... Add some nutella and you've got yourself a foodgasm.
And like 10 minutes before I took that picture, that bread was about twice as long as it is on the pic. As you might guess, by now it's only a very distant memory.
So, from food topics straight to Halloween.
As you might remember, I decided to go as the Chesire cat.
And if you must see the darn pictures that I took after the party (sorry, but I totally forgot to take any pictures while at Ailis. But I can tell you this much : Aili went as Mother Nature, with all sorts of flowery thingies in her hair and around her neck and some butterfly hairclip and stuff.
Jane went as a vampire. Awesomest black wig I've ever seen, pretty much as long as my own hair.
Birgit as the sleepy head? Unemati in our language :D - wearing her PJs and all. And obscene amounts of glitter.
And then Kati as a porcelain doll.
And me... Well fine, if you must see ...
Yes those black lines under my nose are trying to be whiskers but after spending like 4 hours at aili's they are sort of faded and just look riddiculous. And yeah, I have a tail.
And no you won't get a better picture because I look like an idiot on all the others. Not just like an idiot, like an idiot with a moustache. which is so not cool if it's not intentional and if you aren't wearing a bad-ass scarf and hat thing.
Also you might notice that unlike the chesire cat, I don't have a mile-wide smile. I tried that but I just never could see a smile in all that makeup. Well judge for yourself.
Just looks awkward to me. I'm having a very hard time seeing that as a smile rather than just some fucked-up joker thing on my face.
After that came Kaja and Ken. Like about half an hour after I got back from the party.
Anyway, this time I'm not going to force like a six billion pictures of Katja down your throats. Mainly because I simply didn't take any pictures because you see, I'm an idiot.
There you have it.
But I am going to show you a picture of my new phone, which is incidentally Ken's old phone.
You know one mans junk, another mans treasure, yada yada
Nokia n96. First of all it's awesome.
Second of all, it's a nokia again, which is great. I was getting fed up with how the samsungs phone batteries last approximately 2 seconds before you have to recharge them. Again.
Third of all I can finally actually put music and stuff on my phone. Not that I've ever missed that particular feature, but y'know, it's still awesome. Something new.
Ken also decided that I need an instruction manual to go with it. Since there isn't one on paper in estonian he printed one out for me.
All two-hundred pages of it. There go the amazon rainforests...
Also I don't get how anyone could possibly ever use all the darn features described in that thing. It will probably always be one of lifes great mysteries for me.
What else, what else...
Well nothing much I guess.
Ooh 'cept I found the awesomest music video of all times. OF ALL TIMES!
That's just way more powerful than I thought it would be.
and y'know that's it for today.
P.S if you really-really want a better picture of the costume then I could probably pull it on again for a little photoshoot.
P.S.S Three pictures of me in one post. Is it some sort of a holiday?
P.S.S.S Pat, in case you didn't get my message on MSN, picture of the warrior costume thingy, naooooo. (=
Walk on, walk on with hope in your heart, and you'll never walk alone, you'll never walk alone.
Monday, November 1, 2010
1You use the word 'normal' if something is ok. -Actually, I don't. Shocking, I know.
2. When visiting friends abroad you bring along a box of Kalev chocolate.- Is there anything else to bring?
3. You attended a song festival at least once either as a performer or as a spectator.- XD Does that Saaremaa one coun't? Because other than that I have to say no.... XD
4. You know that going to the sauna is 80% about networking and 20% about washing -what? :D
5. You are nationalistic about Skype (it is actually an Estonian company) -OF COURSE! I mean the creator of the thing and the idea and shit WAS and estonian so we should all preach that sentence to others, unbelievers.
6. 'Kohuke' belongs to your menu Mine -not so much, but whenever my sisters visit they eat tons and tons of those things
7. You declare your taxes on the internet like all modern people
8. You actually believed for a while that Latvians had 6 toes per foot when you heard that as a child –They don't? O_O
9. You are convinced that Estonia is very strategically located –But it is... XD
10. You spent at least one midsummer in Saaremaa, Hiiumaa or one of the smaller islands –*gigglesnort* Possibly...
11. You can quote films like "Viimne reliikvia" and "Siin me oleme" – OLED SA TONT VOI INIMENE?!
12. You spit three times around your left shoulder for good luck –Not so much anymore but I used to alot :D
13. Words like "veoauto", "täieõiguslik" or "jää-äär" sound perfectly pronouncable to you –They are...
14. You like bold statements, such as this one... ;-)
15. There can never be too much sarcasm –I live on sarcasm. I FEEEEEEED OFF SARCASM.
16. You can at times drink hot tea to hot food –Can't you?
17. You are disappointed that Jaan Kross never got the Nobel prize in literature
18. It would not be suprising for English-speakers to find your name naughty (Peep, Tiit, Andres [sounds like undress]) or hippy (Rein, Rain) –Kelly is a very Irish name so, unfortunately, no x)
19. You have been to Finland –Maaaaaaayybeeeeeeee...
20. You say 'Noh' (sounds like NO) even when you speak English, just to confuse people – I think that once I even tried to get rid of that word, seeing as it's not really nice and all that... Lets say it didn't go too wel and the word itself is still in my vocabulary .. XD
21. You know the lyrics to "Mutionu" and "Rongisõit" – Rong see soitis tsuhh-tsuhh-tsuhh, piilupart oli rongijuht... :P
22. You would never mistaken Kreisiraadio for a radio station – Ever.
23. You would agree that wife-carrying is a real sport (at least as long as Estonians are winning) -Haha, it so totally is.
24. Your best friend's girlfriend is your English teacher's daughter and they live next door to your grandparents, who were colleagues with your advisor, who is friends with your... –Geni can prove that I'm related to at least 80% of my classmates.
25. You think that any beverage below 20% is non-alcoholic
26. You check the thermometer before going out – Duh.
27. You look in both directions before crossing the road, even if it's a one-way street –But how am I supposed to KNOW it's a one-way street? If I'm on foot then I don't really pay attention to the signs and even if I did, I wouldn't remember it so... XD Better safe than sorry, right ?
28. You grin very mysteriously when people ask about your national food
29. Even if you find the music by Veljo Tormis and Arvo Pärt not exactly easy-listening, you think they are great messengers for the country
30. You put ketchup inside your pasta (french-cooked gourmet faire la fine manger pasta) in order to not to get the ketchup-bowl dirty
31. You cheated on your wife/husband at least ten times but you still think you're in a good marriage.
32. When someone asks you "where is Estonia?" you quickly reply that it's located in Northern Europe close to Finland...
33. Your grandmother's "purse" is an old plastic bag that has been reused several times – No, my grandmother happens to have a very funky bag. On wheels. With a scottish pattern thingy.
34. Sour cream tastes good with everything – Not /everything/. But it is great with white bread and sugar... and pelmens... and ... well yeah, okay pretty much.
35. A foreigner speaks to you in broken horrible Estonian and you go on and on about how wonderful their Estonian is compared to "the Russians'"
36. You have ever worn or seen anyone wear "karupüksid" – No, but I know the song... XD
37. You have heard the phrase "Estonians are slow" at least once – Or twice... or a million times... but hey, who's counting?
38. Kui sa saad aru, mis siia kirjutatud on – Miks ei saa, miks ei saa.
39. You find yourself continually ignoring the gender in other languages – No but there have been instances when I mess it up. Specially in Russian.
40. You say 'kurat' as at least every second word – Bad habit, one that I can proudly say I don't have. My father, however, does and it is most annoying.
41. You consider running to the shop at 19.50 on Friday evening to buy some booze, a sport
42. You are a true Estonian when you come from Tallinn, because if you are from Tallinn you think Tallinn IS Estonia and that's true of course that Tallinn is Estonia – FALSE.
43. When someone says "Estonians are so beautiful" you answer almost without emotions "I know"
44. You have tried to explain people that "kauboi" is actually a word in Estonian
45. You don't think that terviSEKS is a funny word
46. You don't find the Estonian equivalent to the expressions "twelve months", "1002" and "12 buses" remotely funny or rude – Mmkay, Bambs explained to me the 12 months thingy but the others??
47. Even though you never met Toots, Teele and Kiir you know exact what they are like – XD I've read Kevade only a billion times, y'know.
48. You grin when someone you know says that they bought a BMW
49. You know how to end the sentence "Kui Arno isaga koolimajja jõudis..." – Olid tunnid juba alanud... Classic.
50. Verivorst tastes great (at least once a year at Christmas time) – Yuck.
51. You want truth and justice (tõde ja õigus) to rule the world
52. You think that the combination blue-black-white is cheerful
53. You know that love for 3 oranges is not a weird sex thing and the phrase "x 6 me" makes absolutely sense – Ohmygod, armastus kolme apelsini vastu... I so wish they would show the whole thing on TV again, not just the best moments.
54. For you it is totally normal to eat food gone sour (hapupiim, hapukurk, hapukapsas, hapukoor) - XD
55. A language should have at least 14 cases – Not if I have to learn 'em all. (Estonian ones are enough for me, thankyouverymuch.)
56. You know the moves to the song "Põdra maja" – XD Probably.
57. You consider "Õllepruulija" an unofficial national anthem
58. Everyone in your family has pictures from funerals
59. You are so proud of every Estonian that you correct foreigners who say that the population is 1 million, not 1.3 million as it actually is
60. You know the moves to 'kaerajaan' – They force us to dance that thingy every year at the sports day...
61. "Ühesõnaga" means that a really long explanation is coming – Uhesonaga asi on nuud niimoodi, et...
62. A mention of a town with a population of a million or more causes you to panic slightly
63. The phrase "go south, get some sun" can feasibly mean Latvia or Lithuania. The phrase "go north" is semantically null
64. It's been years since you've seen your paper passport and paper bus pass
65. And weeks since you've seen cash money.
66. And you barely remember that there are other forms of payment except electronic ones.
67. When you come to a city that has a subway, you are prepared to spend a day just riding it.
68. You presume that all other countries also have ubiquitous Internet access. – They don't? O_O
69. Four-digit bus route numbers cause your brain to shut down. – Any kind of bus route numbers cause my brain to fry.
70. You feel that the University of Tartu is among the top 5 best/largest/oldest universities in the world, and if you've graduated from it, all paths in life are open for you.
71. Swimming in +18C water is a perfectly normal summer activity for you. - *shudder* No way, no how.
72. Although when summer does come around, you tend to be working that day. – True dat XD
73. You will die before finding out if anyone actually does buy all those black&white hand-knit sweaters in the Old Town.
74. You can name from memory all the really big musical acts that have performed in Estonia.
75. Walking down Viru street, you can accurately name all the cruise ships in Tallinn harbour on that day.
76. You know the names of all three black people living in Estonia. – Ooh, that's harsh.
77. You remember the 1-kroon bill and the 5-sent coin. – I believe I might just have some, somewhere. At least a 5-cent coin.
78. A person that speaks three languages isn't the slightest bit impressive. – Not at all.
79. Your biological clock senses with perfect accuracy the 15 minutes since you've parked your car in the center of town.
80. You have already been to Olde Hansa.
81. You know what the EURIBOR rate is right now.
82. If it takes more than 10 minutes to drive somewhere within the city, you are mildly annoyed because it is too far. – If it takes more than 10 minutes to /walk/ somewhere in the city, it's definetely too far.
83. You are beginning to have a glimmer of hope for ever learning how to correctly pronounce Jüriöö Ülestõus. – I CAN PRONOUNCE IT! *proud*
84. Your doctor prescribes a visit to a tanning salon.
85. You take it as inevitable that you will need to go abroad for some things: clothes, footwear, books, theme parks...
86. First-graders with mobile phones no longer surprise you. – They stopped suprising me when I was talking to this kindergardner, who was supposed to go to school next year and she said the only reason she's looking forward to that is because she'll get a mobile phone then...
87. People who type slowly and carefully using only their index fingers are subconsciously considered to be foreigners.
88. The most difficult subjects you learned at school were Estonian history, Estonian geography and Estonian literature. And Russian. – Russian, russian, russian. EW.
89. You can speak with pride of Estonia's tallest mountain. – Ohyes. It's almost 400 meters tall/high :P
90. Buildings taller than 20 floors are sightseeing items where you bring visitors. – Truth be told, I'm not sure I've ever SEEN a building that has more than 20 floors... XD
91. You are beginning to find Eino Baskin's jokes funny.
92. On June 23rd, you feel the irresistible urge to drink beer and eat barbeque meat.
93. When you hear "Kristina", you think of Shmigun, not Aguilera.
94. Every year you believe, deep in your heart, that Estonia will once again win the Eurovision Song Contest. – I KNOW WE WILL. ONE DAY, WE. SHALL. DO IT!!
95. Potato to you is the same as rice to a Japanese. – I've had entire meals consisting of potato. It's like water, there's 90% of it in our body.
96. You consider summer to consist of three weeks of bad skiing weather. – Ew. Skiing.
97. You can't imagine your life without "Kalev" and "Vana Tallinn", :) especially while having a deep look at the Tall Hermann and Oleviste sitting in the cafe inside the Old Town...
98. You're proud that Ernst Hemingway wrote that you can find at least one Estonian in every harbour in the world. – He did... ?
99. Ten months of the year it is too dark to be up and two months it is too light to go to bed.
100. You believe that Kalev will return because Kreutzwald wrote so. – Well, he will. We all know it.
101. You find nothing special about singing a super-state to collapse.
102. You look down on people who ask if Estonia along with the rest of Eastern Europe is civilized by now / if Estonia belongs to the EU.
103. You know what or where "Valli baar" is but you would not try "Millimallikas" they serve twice, unless someone else pays for it.
104. You wait for a green light at a pedestrian crossing even when there is no traffic to be seen. – Lol. No lighty things here... XD
105. You are obsessed with your mobile phone's ringtones and you can't wait to get a new mobile. – Would this be a bad time to mention I got a new phone? XD *pictures later.*
106. You have an account on rate.ee or used to have one until you realised there is also myspace, facebook and orkut which are way better. – Uhh... of course not... *shiftyeyes*
107. a Southern European friend of yours is excited that it's miraculously snowing in their country and they tell you about it with enthusiasm but it doesn't move you at all.. at least not emotionally.
108. You know what "spikerdama" means and have good memories of it. – it's a sport.
109. You don't understand the physics or chemistry your textbooks and teachers try to teach you because it's too complicated. – Chemistry is easy but physics... Might as well start learning Chinese.
110. You are too lazy to walk.. so instead you take the tram, the bus or the trolley-bus and if you do that without a ticket you know why people call you a bunny.
111. You know what a "läbu" is.
112. You know that the word "aita" and "Tarapiita" possibly comes from the word "Taara, avita" and you know who Taara is.
113. You are crazy about tanning at Pärnu Beach. – Parnu beach? Psssshhhhhfffft. Titerand is the way to go :P
114. You eat too many dairy products.
115. You have lived in flats more than houses.
116. You are proud that an Estonian day still continues even with metres of fat snow covering the streets because other countries like the US would call it a "snowday" which basically means they have no work or school. – Actually, I'd much rather have snowdays.
117. You also know that if there is going to be another Ice Age the Estonian people will more likely survive better than the South or Western Europeans – We'd totally be the rulers of the snow-covered earth. Only ones that would cope better are Russians but they would be too drunk to do much of anything.
118. And you like the global warming but you can't imagine a Christmas without snow. – Been there, done that, wasn't pretty.
119. You'd love to get your 12th grade exam results texted to you.
120. You have joined the "pohhuist" club or know people who are members of it.
121. You have porridge for breakfast.
122. You have had borsch or selyanka soup in your school.
123. You eat everything with sidrunipipar. – White bread with butter and sidrunipipar... delicious.
124. You notice summer has come because "Reporter" changes name to "Suvereporter"
125. You consider saying "Thank you" for someone's light for a cigarette rude.
126. You consider constantly smiling and friendly people high on drugs or just annoying.
127. You have a puzzled relationship to your Baltic neighours: you might feel great blood kinship but then again you want to look better than they and take offense if someone thinks you're from Latvia or Lithuania.
128. You don't even expect a victory from the Estonian football team, but you still follow the game with great emotions. – Comeon! What am I supposed to do?!
129. You aren't surprised over news like "someone (age 18-25) rolled over with a BMW", "someone (age 18-25) was speeding (speed +30-... over the limit) with a BMW" anymore. – Not in the slightest.
130. You can relate to the lyrics of "Depressiivsed Eesti väikelinnad".
131. You eat pea soup and a bun with whipped cream on Vastlapäev every year. –Who doesn't? Who the hell doesn't...
132. You prefer Pirita and Pärnu beach to Miami and Hollywood club (Tallinn) to Pacha (Ibiza).
133. You feel butterflies in your belly when you hear Tõnis Mägi's song "Koit". - ♥♥♥
134. You know that between two legs there is Rataskaevu street.
135. If Finnish guy goes to "tyräleikkaus" you think that they are going to cut his dick off.
136. You consider Chalice's "Minu inimesed" almost the new national anthem... if you don't, you've been outside Estonia for too long... – Would you believe that I haven't even heard the song ?
137. You watch "Nukitsamees" with English subtitles and foreigners STILL don't get why Estonians love that movie so much.
138. You suddenly feel hungry when you hear the following words: hapukapsas, musta leib, Kalevi valge mustikashokolaad, mulgipuder, kohupiimatort, jäätisekokteil, juustugrillvorst etc. See the discussion on Estonian food for more yummy stuff... – Kalevi valge mustikashokolaad...... oooohgod.
139. You have at least once had to explain people when being abroad that No, Estonia is not as cold as Siberia and No, ice hockey is not the most popular sport in Estonia, cause we actually do not have ice all year around.
140. You wear small reflecting accessoires on your clothes during winter.
141. You say to a foreigner "Sure! I'll help you learn the Estonian language!", and then you disappear...
142. Most of your friends and/or their parents are divorced.
143. You undress yourself as much as possible when the sun is shining.
144. You have tried singing "Põdra maja" with certain vowels (for example "Pedrel meje metse sees..").
145. You drink birch juice (kasemahl) in springtime.
146. You wonder, mis värvi on armastus??
147. You wear socks with sandals.
148. As a child you went looking for a fern flower on Jaaniõhtu. – Haha, no but the song was is and will always be one of my favourites.
Soyeah that proves I'm (mostly) estonian. Email posting because I'm too lazy to log into my blogger user. Hopefully this won't become a habit.
Pictures... Yeahyeah I know you all wanna see my Halloween costume but I'm lazy.
You'll get them eventually...
Soyeah. Night all!