I’m now sitting by our kitchen window with my laptop. It’s 1 am. There is a soft cool breeze coming from the gap I’ve left open in the window. Anna has been asleep for an hour and a half but I don’t feel like going to bed right now. It’s funny, this morning I stayed in bed till twelve o clock, and now I can’t put myself there again. I guess that is the price I have to pay for changing my rythm. Though, I must admit, I quite like staying up late like this. Or maybe its just the ”being alone” part that I enjoy at this time. I’ve spent the last two hours preparing a picture that I’m going to put up on our wall in the kitchen. It’s a rasterized photo of a coffe shop in Richmond, London. I’ve printed it on our photo-printer and spent half an hour trimming all 21 sheets to get rid of the edges. I think it will be a nice addition to the sparse decoration that we currently have in the kitchen.
Have spent the afternoon searching around the shops for a decent suitcase for our trip to London. I found a nice one at the supermarket and the price-tag read 399 SEK. I thought it was good value, so I bought it. It turned out to be a real bargain since the cashier only charged med 299.
Otherwise I’m spending most of my time at home. I’ve been working on our student-organisation website that I have taken upon myself to fix up this summer. Since I’m now pretty familiar with WordPress, I’ve built the site upon it to make things easy.
I watched Lost in Translation yesterday. I believe it is the fourh time I’ve seen it now. I really love that movie. The environment, the soundtrack, the fabulous actors and screenplay. But mostly it is because it is one of the very few movies that actually move me emotionally. Maybe the effect this time was even more powerful since I’m currently feeling a bit lost like the characters in the movie. I don’t think it’s really serious, I just sometimes have periods when I must re-evaluate my decisions and figure out where I’m going with my life. I guess it some kind of self-healing.
There’s so much more I would like to write, but I’ll wrap things up for tonight. I believe it’s for the best.
Yours truly. M.