druffine: (grrrrr)
"Yes we can"

what a joke.

The only ones blocking a BINDING contract are USA and CHINA.

Thanks so much, Obama. Thank you Hu Jintao.

And btw. your CNN news about the Climate Change Conference are an example of making nothing look like the best thing ever.
druffine: (Dru lonelycoffee)
There was a request over at [livejournal.com profile] twilight_addict:

"...What is it about vampires that makes them interesting? Is it even about the vampires? Do you think vampires have become less of a "feared monster" and more appealing?..."

For me, the most fascinating thing with vampires is the time-factor. They don't change, don't get old and they "live" to see the future.
There is so much to see, to learn, to experience and time goes by so quickly with the mundane everyday routines of work and household and stress and fights and money and shopping and gossip. I wish life would be infinite. I just need more time to experience life, you know?

I saw the following sentence tattooed on a guys chest once and from deep within my heart/soul I agreed: Life is a cry for immortalitly.
(I have never seen or heard that before or again - so if this is some well-known pop culture reference...shrugs)

Forgive my melancholy mood, friendlist.

druffine: (Default)
Hello everybody,

I've been absent for a long time. I wouldn't say I'm back but I'm checking in on the net more regularly.

We finally moved in our house in September. I'm delighted - everything got even better than we expected. There is sooo much room and there is still so much to do - cleaning and decorating and such. Outside the first tips of grass show themselves and we might be lucky to get some more green before it's entirely too cold outside.

Mona and Lisa, my cats, love the house, especially running up and down the two flights of stairs. 

My camera ate the pictures of the last month. I lost every foto of the move, the garden work and of the inside. I try to take some new ones soon.

Work is stress - a colleague fell ill and I got her work added to mine. She's already gone 3 months. I hope she'll be back soon. I don't know how long I can take so much work - and especially doing it for TWO bosses. They started fighting about my time a couple of weeks ago.

I'm burning to write again but time's the issue here.

I hope you all are alright.

HUGS.

druffine: (thankyou)

Thanks everybody for the birthday wishes!

The party the evening before was rathter uneventful but funny. We played "Activity" for adults - it was very funny to draw boobs so the others could guess the "nipple piercing". Or to describe the word "dildo" or to pantomime a "tongue kiss". Obviously very silly but we laughed tears about my brother (6'5" and clumsy) performing a "Playboy Bunny".


The come-together with my parents and grandparents yesterday was civilized but ended rather abruptly with my mom running out the door because I dared to make an appointment for both of us at a dermatologist. I don't really need an appointment but I thought it might make her feel better to not have to go alone. She has been having a really, really bad skin issue all over her face for more than a couple of years and she does not want to go see a doctor, any doctor really, at all. I tried breaching the subjects lots of times, as have the rest of the family but she becomes rude to agressive when directly approached.

Last birthday of my grandpa, he accused me of leaving my mom behind and not caring for her enough. That's really not the case but... well, you, reader of my neverending mom-issue-rants, know that. Anyway, I put the appointment down. She said: "I'm not going there." stood up and left. All other people - afraid of my mom - stood up and left, too. I was just glad that they were gone again and that I didn't have to deal with the fallout. I'm sure it'll come sooner or later anyway. How dare I make an appointment for her!

At least I can use the only thing I have "I will not talk to you or visit you before you see a doctor." against my mom. Let's see how she deals with that - I can live without her since she's always making me feel bad. We'll see how much she really cares and if her fear to go see a doctor is bigger than her need to see her daughter.

druffine: (lol)


Acer Aspire 5930G-864G32MN
15.4 Zoll WXGA Notebook
Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 2.4GHz,
4GB RAM,
320GB HDD,
Nvidia 9600M-GT
Windows Vista Home Premium

Oh it's so shiny and fast! I'm in love!
I've waited for this day for more than two and a half years.
I'm soooo happy.

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