I have had practically no time to write in my blog and I feel really super guilty because I promised to update every day and faithfully and god damn it I failed hardcore.
I’ve had a difficult time with one of my group projects and I only have one week left of school. Then I need to find a job. This terrifies me. I’ve interviewed at one and it went pretty well but I don’t know when or if I’ll hear back.
But I feel so good blogging again. Also I updated my wishlist everyone 😉
This video basically made my whole month. I love cats. I need my own personal cat in my room <_< I miss Brutus so much. And my parents are away so I can’t go home to see him really… Sadness
I have found an art piece I want to buy, in other news. Not as if I can afford it at a solid thousand and a half quids (unnecessary plurals are awesome). There’s a video of its creation here. I like the idea of her (Millie Brown) vomiting coloured milk onto a canvas with the background of classical singers. It’s just perfect. I love the colours.
I also found this cool website that documents old theatres, After the Final Curtain.
It’s kind of scary to think that he’s younger than me
Anyways, I guess I should go to bed and leave you with the RUSSIAN WORD OF THE DAY!
are the Russian words of the day.
They both mean `fox cub`
I must admit that I was inspired by the National Geographic article recently on domesticating foxes. I want one <_<
Here’s a sentence:
Этот лисёнок – молодой и милый.
Эта лисёнка – молодая и милая.
Etot lisyonok – molodoi i miliy.
Eta lisyonka – molodaya i milaya
This fox cub is young and cute. (both sentences mean the same thing, just different gender).
Anyways, good night or good morning!