Wednesday, 27 April 2011

'Tis the season!

I must say that i am the happiest I've ever been. Not right now but generally, I cannot remember any bad day since the start of 2011! This seems to be MY year and i found that everyone is responsible for what happens in his life - for every little thing. Little by little leads to the big thing called life. I started to reconsider life and i wonder why people always make things so complicated when they must not be. We live only once and should enjoy every possible moment of it! I actually hate getting older, saying this at the age of 21. I wish i could stay 21 for a little more than just one year ;-)

A little addition to this perfect year was the easter weekend. I took my friends Simon, Jose and Tanja for a trip to German castle Leuchtenburg, where a big - of course - medieval festival took place. Since i bought my very own sword some weeks ago and having sword training now i admired the sword show fighters..just to find myself in a show fight with them later on! (With a little help from Simon ;) ) ..and even more strange, this day i was discussing about playing the tambourine when jamming with Tanja, who is a guitarist/singer herself. And guess what, later on a band asked me to play the tambourine to accompany the band during one song. It was amazing! I did not even ask to join them - should I start to believe in the law of attraction...? ;)
It was the greatest start of the season i could imagine!

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Spring awakening

Spring is when your mood starts to dance and laugh at the suddenly decupled joy life brings along.




Last weekend i went on a trip with Simon to see 3 (yes, 3) castles on one day. Alot of climbs, jumps, action and fun and a journey back to my childhood. And i also found that one can lower the admission charge by getting a "discount for being so friendly" ;)

Saturday, 2 April 2011

The first book of Albion

Inspired by the book of lost things by John Conolly (i recommend the book to really everyone out there) and Pete Doherty's "Books of Albion" i started creating my very own book of lost things. I used to be very wistful about the fact of having all my pictures saved on the computer screen, but not in anything like a photo album. I felt panic when thinking about "what if someone steals my notebook or it gets broken and all of this will be lost, what's with all my memories then?" But as i cannot simply order +500 pictures to be printed i am using another method now (apart from this blog ;) ). I always kept everything as memory. They are in every edge of my room, old tickets, postcards, notes, photographs ... all unsorted. I bought an empty book, collected all these lost things and started memorizing my life in this book. And in many years when i am very old i will hold this book in my hands and take a trip down in memories of my wonderful life with its highs and its lows. And so it is, and hopefully will continue to be, wonderful and beautiful.