I've run out of my Ginkgo Biloba and I'm lost. I suspect that the memory pills might have been actually working. I hate to admit it (I always hate admitting things). Since I've stopped taking them, I'm constantly finding myself lost. Yesterday I got on the wrong tram. In a city where I've lived for … Continue reading What I Hated the Least Today 191/365: Lost
In response to Cardinal Guzman's Changing Seasons challenge.
I'm a convinced night owl. (Isn't night owl a tautology? Not if there is a day owl, but is there such a thing?) That means, among other dis/advantages, that I get in contact with early birds. (Again, is it a tautology or is there a late bird? And isn't late bird an owl?) I constantly stumble upon early … Continue reading What I Hated the Least Today 179/365: Night Owl
Do you ever think of the sounds your home makes when it's otherwise quiet? I don't, unless I spend a night out of home and am confronted with an entirely different set of sounds. Moving homes a year and half ago also made me more attuned to the peculiarities of soundtracks of places, so to say. My current … Continue reading What I Hated the Least Today 177/365: Sounds
It's the season of the year again when it's getting hot around here. I withstand the heat better than the cold. Rumour has it that my skin is made of asbestos (in other words, that I'm a thick-skinned monster) because I like my shower so hot that it would cause most other people third-degree burns. Rumour … Continue reading What I Hated the Least Today 176/365: Summer
I'm extremely unpatriotic. The arbitrary circumstance of me being born and living in one country rather than another isn't enough to inspire any attachment to my homeland. I have my sentimental moments though. For instance, when the national sports team wins a world championship, I may experience a vague sense of pride—being proud of nothing related to me really, … Continue reading What I Hated the Least Today 174/365: Home(land)