Ik ben bang dat ik mijn mooie blauwe usb-stick in de computer op school heb laten zitten. Dommerd!
Morgen maar kijken of iemand zo vriendelijk is geweest hem af te geven. Kan me namelijk niet indenken dat iemand zit te wachten op foto's van mijn oma's verjaardag en de volledige discography van Babylon Circus.
Dan nog, kopieer het alsjeblieft. Veel plezier ermee.
Maar ik wil wel gewoon mijn usb met schoolopdrachten, waarvan ik niet meer weet dat ik ze gemaakt heb hehe.
Today i was in Amsterdam @ Amsterdam Convention Factory
for another student excursion, organised by my team.
The location is a beautiful former Stork factory, which you can really see. Our guide showed us everything; on stage, backstage, down to creepy dark corridors... and those beautiful lights! Niceeee.
Offcourse i couldn't live like i have one deaf ear, so i immediately bought new earphones today. The same i had before, cheapo Philips ones (7€) but they work well.
First i thought about buying some nice Sennheisers (like 30€), but i'm not that rich these days.. And now i don't have to cry if something happens to them instead of some expensive ones haha.
In the afternoon i went to the movie 'New York, I Love You'. Lovely movie, it's not a mainstream, but just beautiful and sometimes very funny ;)
Too bad Shia LeBeouf played a disabled hotel employee and not a tough bloke this time. Ahhhw his eyes looked so incredible sad!
I feel a bit patriotistic after looking at my last 2 posts.
The major colors are red-white-blue, like the Dutch (or French) flag. You may think i'm some kind of French chauvinist who adores those colors and everything that has to do with it, but i say NO it was just a silly coincidence hahaha.
Today i started 'Postcrossing' after reading it on a website.
I've already written my first two cards, one for N. from Australia & one for H. from Finland.There are 3 adresses waiting in USA, Malaysia and Germany.
I'm very curious when i'll receive my first card :)
Lots of love,
Well well well. Postcrossing.com is a project with the goal to let people receive postcards from all over the world. Rules are simple: you sign up, ask for an adress, get a random adress from somebody somewhere, you send a card.
When the person receives it, he registers the card on the Postcrossing website.
From that moment your adress will be given to somebody who's asking for an adress. Only thing you have to do is wait, and send more cards!