For the past couple of weeks I've been mostly studying and working. I had a weekend off last week and then went home to do a cultural evening for my youth club. Instead of the 0,5 hours I was supposed to talk, I did it for 2 hrs. Some of my sis's old schoolmates were there as well and I was really impressed by their behaviour and they were actually interested in what I told them. They have grown up and actually behave normal. Such an amazing discovery! We ate cheesy chips and just talked a lot.
And yet again, about my weekend- I tried to study, didn't manage and also discovered I can't stand to be at home longer than 2 days- if I stay more, I just go slightly crazy over my parent's behaviour. I think I've just grown apart from their view of life and we just don't understand each other any more. No wonder- I still moved away when I basically turned 16. And now I was away for a year as well.
What's interesting is the fact that my father has changed his mind about men in my life and is now desperately trying to talk me into getting myself a boyfriend. In the meanwhile my mom still thinks I should wait 'til I settle down. I agree with the last part of it, but I don't agree to the "no men" policy... :) Though, I'm kinda forced into this situation right now as I've got absolutely no time for a social life besides the one I have at school, at home or at work. And that's about it. I don't have even time to go out any more.
My school's getting harder and harder. I'm kinda enjoying it and actually studying a lot more than I did before I went on a gap year. It's a big change about my motivation. I've spreaded lots of my homework so that I don't pile all the deadlines up for one week as it used to happen before. And now I have to focus on my seminary work, for which I have to hand in the primary project in less than a month.
And also, I'm doing experiments with real subjects! I can't tell a lot about it here right now because we're in the middle of the experiments but next week we'll finish with them and then I can tell a lot more. Right now I just know the feedback from all our subjects and they absolutely loved our experiment. It's really exiting- I hope the results we'll get are good enough for something statistically important to come out of them. Would be nice to know that our zero-hypothesis is right. But I can't tell what it is right now. Soon, when we've finished processing all the data with SPSS, I can talk about the results :)
In the end of May I'm gonna go to Riga for a CS party and it seems that there's gonna be Baltic Pride at the same time. We had a talk to Lauris about it and we made a deal- I'll go to Baltic Pride for a day if I can colour my head in rainbow colours and he's gonna pay for it :) Nice deal- I get what I want and he gets to have some more fun! :)
And also, I just found out today that The Vaccines is gonna support RHCP this summer in Estonia so it's gonna be a brilliant day with even better music! Ha! I was jumping around today the whole day after I got these news!
I'm starting to miss England now as I've been away for a while. I miss speaking proper English to native-speakers and I miss traveling. Feet are itchy again. And I miss the places I went to, while in UK. I really miss Cardiff, Bristol, even Cheddar and Axbridge.
I miss the people. When I'm all alone and have nothing to do, it's harder to think back to the past year but as soon as I'm occupied with loads of things (which I mostly am), it's all fine.
And also, I've got a bicycle now.
I jumped into the lake without sauna.
On K's birthday I made some plats to my friend's hair and beard and did him some make-up and he wore a dress :) Was pretty much fun!
We performed a off-with-the-head surgery on a giant gummy bear!
I've got green stripes in my hair atm, but they are already fading :(
It's never boring around me!
And It's Hard to Dance with the Devil on Your Back
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