Thursday, 27 October 2016

Life in general

So... Life, the universe and everything.
I've settled in nicely at my new work already. Already put way too many things on my plate, which is just typically me. Good thing is, I really like my work. I like the work itself, the coworkers and the organisation and how it's administrated. 
But still I spend pretty accurately 12 hours a day at work and on transportation. And I have a tendency to go in on weekends too. 
No regrets though.

I take the metro some of the way. I have this mildly weird love for it: It goes through some strangely scenic parts of Copenhagen. The old and historic parts and some of the brand new ones.
I like the view.

Bad news is that the Korean lessons sucked. The teacher has severely failed to impress or even interest me. It literally feels like they grabbed some random person from the street who speaks Korean.
You need to have some plans and purposes and a schedule for what you teach and when. I can't see hers, and I dislike it. 
I think I might quit on it.

One of the help-staff in Copenhagen airport had really long hair!
I think I've been neglecting mine lately. Hmm. Other than the updos, I haven't really "done" anything for a while. Maybe it needs a deep conditioning soon?


  1. Glad you're in a good place with work.
    And yes, I'd easily believe airport girl was Lady Igor's twin.

    1. Thank you :)
      Maybe we need some sort of secret sign? Endearing longhaired weirdoes, unite! XD

  2. Sorry about your Korean lessons! Sucky teachers can destroy motivation pretty easy. A couple of years ago I was learning Spanish with a friend through a book and CD's. We were doing it on our own, and attempted to talk to each other when we met. My friend quit after he couldn't pronounce "refrigerator" in Spanish. After that I quit too, because it because a boring work. It kind of saddens me, because it was pretty rewarding to recognize words in Spanish soap operas , and think that I will be able to eavesdrop on Spanish and Mexican people. I think I’ll pick it up again, it’s a pretty useful language to know living in the States.
    Nice sneaky picture of the long haired girl! These days, since I started growing my hair out, I tend to pick out long haired women from the crowd. Before that it used to be the ones with short haircuts. It’s a game of the mind.


    1. Wow, that is really cool you could find a friend to learn with! I would think that would be pretty difficult to find someone with an identical motivation for it and agreeing to actually work on it together! I'm impressed :) Sounds like you got pretty far on it too.
      *giggle* That's funny. I guess both really long and really short haircuts are kind of rare and easy to notice, hmm?