on friday, after work, i usually go back to my apartment, quickly throw some stuff into my bag, and go home for the weekend. usually with the 8.30 or 9.30 train. i get near my home at 10-11, and if im lucky there will be someone to pick me up with a car, and i dont have to wait for (or run to catch) the last bus to take me through the forest to the little village i live in. by the time i get home is nearly midnight, usually most of my family is sleeping already. the first thing i do is to hug my little yorkie, since when i get home and he sees me he comes to greet me the first, waits there sitting happily and patiently until i get off my shoes and coat, then his turn comes and i pick him up and go to say hi to the others with him (trying to lick my face) in my hands.
then i go and eat something, because on fridays i usually dont have lunch or dinner because of the tight schedule, so im basically starving and eat a lot, but my grandma knows it already, she is not putting away the food until i arrive on friday.
with my late dinner i usually have a little wine or liqueur, with my grandma (she drinks vodka). she tells me how the week was for her, and i tell her a little about mine, because i dont really have energy to tell long stories by this time already. my yorkie is always sitting beside me, at the table, on the next chair, while im having my dinner and talk with my grandma. .. then i go upstairs to my room and faint to sleep.
thats how every single one of my friday night goes. : )
i use the travelling time to read. on my ipod. : )
remember my 50 books challenge for this year? … im falling back with the schedule a bit ^ ^’ … i have finished 4 yet : DD aah, i can do it, i can do it, i know i can. : D
- Amie Kaufman: These Broken Stars
( 4* )
- Yangsze Choo: The Ghost Bride
( 5* – because .. nevertheless i liked the story, and i found it inspiring)
- Rainbow Rowell: Elenaor and Park
( 4* – eeehm… i would have given 3*, but i gave 4 because i liked the style, the way it was written was really cute and “authentical” (-?). im going crazy over i-change-the-world-in-my-free-time-after-school-16-years-old-heros, thats not how a 16 yrs old thinks like, or capable of. and i found this one much more close to whats going on around that age, naivety and simplicity, it was lovely.)
- Veronica Roth: Divergent
( 5* - even though its a i-change-the-world-in-my-free-time-after-school-16-years-old-heros kind of book. … it was still great, i basically ate it up. just try to not think too much about me reading about kids, and imagine them older, and Four around the age of 26 instead of 18. -.-’ )
Veronica Roth: Insurgent
(my goodreads account: e11ie )