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07 October 2014 @ 04:35 pm
This September has been really long. I quit my job and moved (I had really few hours a week at the end and it wasn't enough too keep living in Tromsø). I loved the new place and the new city, but I have no network and it's really difficult getting a job. I haven't even had any interviews. And that bums me out because I want to work. I've had four days as a temp in a kindergarden though and I loved that.
My grandfather passed away and that was tough. He was 92 years old and it wasn't really a suprise, but it still sucked. One of my best friends got her heart broken really bad by the guy she had been going out with for two years. And she is so far away that I can't really help her. She is coming to visit in November and then there is going to be whining and wineing. I'm looking forward to it.

One of my other best friends isn't answering my calls and didn't remember my birthday. So this month had sucked a bit. I just felt the need to rant at my sucky month and hope it gets better.
On the plus side, my nephew gets really excited everytime he sees me and shouts my name and I've started watching The West Wing again. I forgott how brilliant that show is.
13 December 2011 @ 10:15 pm
What an FANTASTIC day I've had. I was late to bed last night and gotten very little sleep when I woke because of a nightmare at 05:30 in the morning. So it looked like a crap day. I promised a friend I would look after her son today because she had to work. Luckily he is the sweetest kid alive. He just turned one year old and learned to walk, but that can be a bit trying when you are sleep deprived. But when I arrived he just wanted to cuddle and sit on my lap watching TV for a couple of hours. Which made the start of my day so much better than it could have been. He was just so sweet and well behaved the entire day. He only cried once and that was when he woke up from his nap so that is to be excused. We went in to meet my mum and my little brother to get some Christmas shopping done and my brother was fascinated with the little boy I was watching. He carried him and watched him while I was away. And kept laughing himself silly when the boy was eating. And I get why, because it was just hilarious the way he kept showing food into his mouth and grinning like mad because he was so happy he got food. When we got back Lena, my room mate called me. She asked how I did on the exams. The results were out a day early. The result of this exam would decide if I could continue my studies after Christmas. As I couldn't check the results she did it for me; I PASSED. I got a D on the exam I really had to pass and a B on the one I thought I failed. I was so happy that the little boy I was with kept laughing at me because I was so smiling so much. All in all a good day! :D 
Current Mood: happyhappy
11 December 2011 @ 10:21 pm
All good things come to those who wait BUT Time and tide wait for no man.
The pen is mightier than the sword BUT Actions speak louder than words.
Wise men think alike BUT Fools seldom differ.
The best thiungs in life are free  BUT There's no such thing as a free lunch. 
Slow and steady wins the race BUT Time waits for no man.
Look before you leap BUT Strike while the iron is hot.
Do it well, or not at all BUT Half a loaf is better than none.
Birds of a feather flock together BUT opposites attract. 
Don't cross your bridges before you come to them BUT Forewarmed is forearmed.
Doubt is the beginning of wisdom BUT Faith will move mountains.
Great starts make great finishes BUT It ain't over 'till it's over. 
Practice makes perfect BUT All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. 
Silence is golden BUT The squeaky wheel gets the grease.
You're never too old to learn BUT You can't teach an old dog new tricks.
What's good for the goose is good for the gander BUT One man's meat is another man's poison.
Absence makes the heart grow fonder BUT Out of sight, out of mind.
Too many cooks spoil the broth BUT Many hands make light work.
Hold fast to the words of your ancestors BUT Wise men make proverbs and fools repeat them.
06 November 2011 @ 08:02 pm
Yesterday one of my good friends called me. Her father has started drinking again and will most likely kill himself doing so as he has several medical conditions who shouldn't mix with alcohol. She lost her mother two years ago.
I'm beginning to fell the stress. I are taking twice as many subjects as as standard this semester. I am working on my first exam and until December I won't have any free time. I know it's my own fault and all that, but that doesn't mean I don't get tired. I may be so tiered right now because 5 this morning a young man decided to ring our doorbell. One of my room mates opened the door thinking it was one of our other room mate coming back from a night out. Instead she found a man with his fist raised. She eventually got him out and locked the door. We saw him standing outside for a while after she told him to go home. I live in one of the quietest streets in this city and it's not a place you'll just wander to willy nilly. After he was gone I opened the door to check if he were there, but we couldn't see him. Only there was quite a lot of noise from our landlords (the live directly over our flat). We just thought their son were coming home from a night out. When I finally got to sleep after that I was woken by my room mate. She were crying. Her grandfather had just died. I comforted her and we all went into the living room. The landlord came down to tell us there had been a break in during the night. Probably the same man who had been here. It was all just a bit much in one day. And I still haven't finished my exam. 
Current Mood: exhaustedexhausted
22 July 2011 @ 08:58 pm
A bomb went off in the capital  Oslo today and a man opened fire on a youth camp at Utoya outside of Oslo. I am shocked, and don't really know how to react. The people I know that live in Oslo are safe, but it's just pure luck that one of my friends wasn't there. They were supposed to go, but they were too tired. 
Just now Utoya was opened for all so they could reunited families, they haven't been allowed in before now.

Current Mood: shockedshocked
13 July 2011 @ 02:52 am
This may sound ridiculous to some but I want to cry. Right now people all over the world are going to and from the cinema to see the last of the Harry Potter movies. To some it would seem strange that this would make me cry, but hear me out. In 2001 at the age of 12 I went to the premiere of the first Harry Potter movie with my mother, my little brother and my best friend. That is 10 years ago and I have been to the premiere of every single Harry Potter film after that one. Seeing as this last installment of the saga is coming out in the summer I am home for the premiere and could have seen the last movie the same place I saw the first. Which would have been a lovely way to ending this. I have read the Harry Potter books since I was 10 years old. That's over half my life and have been a huge fan all that time. Harry Potter is the reason I stared reading English books at the age of 13. I am planing on a Harry Potter tattoo. The reason I am sitting at home posting this and not at the cinema watching the movie is simple; IT'S IN FUCKING 3D AND I CAN'T WATCH 3D!!!!!!!! And I could have lived with this if they were planning on showing it in 2D, but NOOOOOOOO they are not doing that. Because that would actually lead to people going to the movies and not waiting for the DVD. I have waited 10 years for this and not a single cinema (and I have checked them all, including the ones that are about a two hours drive away) show this movie so I can watch it. I actually called the cinema today to complain. I feel bad for the man I was talking to because I was quite harsh, not at him but at the manager of the cinema and I almost started to cry on the phone. Sometimes I really sucks living in a REALLY small place.  I just needed to write this here where people actually knows how much a fandom can mean to a person.

Still Harry Potter will always be a huge part of my life. I grew up with Harry and it's not over even if there aren't more books or movies. And I will always love all that is Harry Potter and J.K Rowling will always be one of my favorite authors.   
08 June 2011 @ 09:13 am
FUUUUUUUCKING HELL!!! today I am going to fail on my exam. I am aware of this, but I am nervous since it is an oral exam and I actually have to go in and face them. It would be so much better if they could just fail me while I was at home reading porn or something. One good thing about this day: I am going to drink strawberry daiquiri later with my friends :D Drown my sorrows as it were :P I am not going to drink much, just enough that I forget how horrible this is going to be. And to think that we didn't go to Wales Comic Con because I have this exam. We should have went, at least we would have gotten to see Blue Gillespie then. Ahhh, well. That is life I suppose. Though mum said we are never again missing a Blue Gillespie concert. I agree wholeheartedly!!
Current Mood: crappycrappy
19 March 2011 @ 02:32 am
We arrived yesterday after about 14 hours of traveling :S Today we shopped aand hung a tie with Norwegian flags on it on the Ianto Jones Memorial (mum missed a letter when she wrote on it, but if we have the time we will go and fix it tomorrow).. And of course we had to take a little tour of the Doctor Who Exhibition and they sold MERLIN figures!!!!! Sadly they didn't have Arthur, but I bought one of MERLIN!!!!!
Tomorrow is the first of the two Blue Gillespie concerts we are attending...Can't wait :D
Current Mood: bouncybouncy
20 January 2011 @ 04:23 pm
Most of my day yesterday was spent with a good looking British man, only one problem - he kept poking me in my calf with needles.
I finally got a new tattoo, it took about four hours to finish and was quite painful near the end.


Only the outlines done. About an hour and a half in.


18 January 2011 @ 04:20 am
Oh Daniel Radcliffe I ♥ you so much. I just saw Daniel on Inside Actor's Studio and he is lovely, and so funny and smart and I just want to have him so I could pet him like a little kitten ♥