Hi! Spring is indeed coming, because it was sunny and warm today and the air smelled like grass. I made use of this opportunity and took off to a park for a walk. Of course I didn’t leave my camera behind. I snapped a few photos at the park and after that I went to the centre of the city. I visited the Square of Liberty and there was this cute group of young people playing a cello and three violins. They were really good, they played both classic and modern music, so I listened to it for a while. They I went to H&M to look around – I had in mind some pieces for spring. I ended up buying a denim jacket and two basic T-shirts (but both striped and I love stripes). And after that I headed back home. I must say it was a very relaxing day and that little walk in the sunshine made me feel so good…
Bridget Jones’s Diary by Helen Fielding
Published: 1996 (this edition in 2001)
Genre: Humour, romance, for women
My rating: 5/5
Goodreads rating: 3.74/5
Would read again: Yes
I wanted to read this book for a very long time, because I loved the films and it’s just a classic. In addition, I’ve heard great reviews about the books and Helen Fielding herself. I made a mind note Read this asap! and so when I got the first two volumes as Christmas presents, I opened the first one in excitement, making a New Year’s resolution read one book a month (or at least read more than I do now) at the same time. And so I brought it with me everywhere and read it when I had a chance – in public transport, during breaks between lectures or before going to sleep. And let me tell you, this book can pull you out of your daily depressions and low confidence moments really fast!
Hi! Recently I was thinking about what would a perfect weekend day look like. I guess we all have a “perfect Sunday” picture in our heads – doing what we like the most or being with someone special to us. But I think that’s too general (and obvious as well). I’m talking about something more specific than this.
I realized it would be impossible to do everything you’d like to do in one day. It just won’t fit. And in addition, it won’t even go together, because I imagine you like to do many different things with different people, which require many different places to go to. So you’d have to create like these scenarios, which would essentially turn out to be completely different days…
This sounds quite insane, and yes, I’ve been thinking about this quite a lot, haha. I divided my perfect Sundays into a few plans, depending on the mood, place and number of people included. I suppose they could give you some hint at what you could do at the weekend.