piątek, 17 lutego 2012

freaked out

I'm still not over my jet lag got as a souvenir from Japan and what?
I decided 2 days ago to go skiing, not skiing skiing for fun but skiing skiing working. with kids.

I would like to congratulate here myself for taking thoughtless and spontaneous decision- well done!

I'm freaked out because it's snowing as hell I don't know if we will be able to fit into my car, I have never been working with a group of small kids that you get as a gift for the whole day.

uf uf uf im freaked out, but this is how we learn, right?

czwartek, 9 lutego 2012

blue eyes

I didn't know that blue eyes can mean so much.

Yes it happened before that someone abroad told me how beautiful my eyes were but here it's mad...

Today some japanese students in metro tried very hard to talk to me in english and tell me that my eyes and eyelashes (no wonder- they all have the fals ones!) are so beautiful... and that im kawai!

Moreover spanish guys seems to adore them too- wow!

I'm confused it's only eyes!

wtorek, 7 lutego 2012

Seriously? No English?!

I was once told by my aunt that if I do speak foreign languages and my friends do too, that does not mean that everybody knows them.
Well until that little chat I considered that everybody know some basics in let’s say English, than I heard that my Erasmus friends in Poland couldn’t communicate in Poland with neither old nor young people!
Than I went to Spain, to discover that even in European Uni 90% do not speak english at all.
And now I’m in Japan and what?
NOBODY on the streets speak english, today I was desperately looking for help from some businessman today (this is what somebody told my- go and talk to businessmans they all speak Englished) so I found a smoking zone full of those and they didn’t speak English AT ALL, they said: straight, left!

What a surprise! I think the biggest in Tokyo!

By the way I totally adore the city.
Maybe I should cry for help
Maybe I should kill myself
Maybe I'm a different breed
Maybe I'm not listening