Thursday, February 28, 2008

I can't wait for the weekend to begin

So, what's up in my life, you ask. And i answer - a lot of work at office hours and a lot happening after hours. Concerts, salsa, butterflies, movies, TV shows, celebrations.... S and J arrived yesterday, it's so good to see them again. I could finally give S her Christmas present and a little gift from Morocco and i got my present, a beautiful dress. She does know what i like:) (I'm gonna have to write more about people's different taste and gifts soon.)

And now, even though there's a lot of work to do, i feel like it's Friday. Waiting for the weekend...

I can't wait for the weekend to begin

I'm workin' all week long
I dream the days away
I wanna' sing my song
So let the music play

I can't wait for the weekend to begin

I'm savin' all my soul
And all my pain
So I can lose control
On Sa-turday
I'm gonna' blow it all away

Michael Gray "Weekend"
Listen to the song HERE

Monday, February 25, 2008

Chris Rea Looking for Summer live in Tallinn 2008

I went to see the old master Chris Rea (pronounced "Ree-ah") in concert. Can't say i'm a fan, i think i'm just a bit too young to be a fan, but i do know some songs and i like his voice. What he can do with guitar is rather spectacular, too.
The concert was OK, though it could have been very good in a different location - somewhere smaller and more intimate - like Rock Cafe. But it was ok for the after-party day:)

Friday, February 22, 2008

We've come this far

Yesterday i was reading a magazine and suddenly wanted to know what the time was. Guess what i did? I checked the bottom right corner of my magazine, expecting to find the clock there. This is how far we've come with technology and computers....

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Happy V-day, my dears!

No I
I won't send this Valentines
(Oh my)
Violets are blue
(I won't send it)
And if you don't receive this Valentines
(I won't pretend that)
Doesn't mean that it ain't true
And I'm not thinking of you
Roisin Murphy "Dear Diary"
Listen to the song HERE

Tuesday, February 12, 2008


Last night i was sniffing my freshly washed sheets, again. It's a very healthy habit. Don't you agree?

Monday, February 11, 2008

Korn in Tallinn 2008

Some of you might wonder, what the hell was i doing at KoRn concert and you have every right to wonder. It is not really my kind of music. But it is my brother's kind of music and i went just to see the show. I must admit i did not become a fan but i give them credit for creating such an amazing energy at the concert. It was rather amazing. Just take a look at the sea of jumping people. Respect! And my brother said it was excellent and i take his word for it!

Sunday, February 10, 2008

List of things to make and do for a great party night and the day after

1. Have some time to get ready and make yourself beautiful. It’s all about feeling fabulous.
2. Eat something before you start drinking.
3. Listen to good music.
4. Party with the people you like and trust. Why waste your time with anyone not worthy?
5. Drink something you like for the taste and not because it gets the job done of making you drunk.
6. Go out somewhere to dance. Definitely! Til your feet hurt. You know there’s a dancing queen/king in you, let her/him out.
7. Have some food at your place. Sometimes even your trustworthy after-party-snack-place can be out of stock and let you down. But you need some food, as the alcohol and dancing will surely make you hungry and with some food in system the next morning is easier.
8. Don’t eat all the food at night, at least have some eggs for the omelet in the morning/afternoon. You will not be strong enough to go grocery shopping. Whatever’s in the fridge, there should be enough for two. You might come home with someone or there might be some tired friend who needs to crash at your place.
9. Aspirin. Soluble. Have one before going to sleep.
10. Have a bottle of water by your bed. Drink a lot. Dehydration is bad for your body.
11. Have an easy-reading book ready for the next day, or some DVD-s or a computer to watch TV shows online. You are not always lucky enough to get something like Mythbusters or comparably suitably mindless programming on TV.
12. Do not plan meetings or dates for the day after. It is fairly possible that you look like shit. You can, however, share the day with the aforementioned likeable and trustworthy people you spent the previous night with. They won’t judge you.
13. Train your mum not to call before 2 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays. It’s polite to answer her calls but it’s equally polite of her to not call while you’re still having your rest.

Saturday, February 09, 2008


Another night out and another almost dead day after. Another Angel visit. The starting point and the reason for party varies (J's birthday this time) but the final destination is still the same. It's always fun, i give you that, but it's getting just a wee bit old. Drinking, dancing, the walk home, feet hurting, sleeping til afternoon and vegetating throught the rest of the day. I'm so looking forward to a fully functional day tomorrow. There's an article to be written and my house to be cleaned and Korn concert to be seen.

The rest on tonight will be spent on the newly bought books, some more Californication and just maybe some laundry, if i can find the strength in me.

Thursday, February 07, 2008

My life is 80% perfect

For years now i've been looking for the happiness formula. Today i found an application on Facebook, which has you fill out a test and calculates how perfect your life is - this could be some kind of happiness formula, right. And as it turns out, supposedly my life is 80% perfect. Go figure! That's a lot of perfection. It actually also said that it's exceptional and "if i'm not selfish, i should share my happiness with others, who are less fortunate."
Let me just point out that i'm more than willing to share, especially with smart, charming guy(s), who could take away the last remaining 20% of imperfection:)

Sunday, February 03, 2008