It makes us think on the matter
I think I had an epiphany this morning! And I love when they simply come out of the blue, whitout even looking for them: it is the best way to start you day! Let me explain.
It seemed a normal busy day like any other: I woke up, I had a shower and dressed myself to go to work.
When I was preparing my coffee, the idea just flashed in front of my eyes! And I started to build my project rapidly and I was so excited of my little plan that time passed and I was nearly late, as usual. 🙂
That’s true!!!! I must adimt it! 😉
Sono stufo di sentire tutti i miei colleghi cittadini veri e puri saturi di viaggi ai Caraibi e code all’IKEA che mi sfottono quotidianamente in ufficio riguardo alla mia etnia cuneese e alla mia incapacità presunta e genetica di guidare. Qui in azienda (lavoro in una grossa società di consulenza) mi impediscono anche di spostare schedari o cassettiere, qualsiasi cosa sia munita di ruote e con un dubbio o mancante impianto frenante.
La scusa è sempre quella –sei di cuneo, togliti il berretto e non toccare nulla che si muova- e io finisco a sedermi su una sedia fissa in legno massello, a girare con appese quattro frecce alla schiena, alcune volte mi obbligano a stare in ufficio col giubbotto catarifrangente anche se c’è una riunione coi dirigenti e a tenermi una coppola di peltro che odora di marcio rubata al balun per farmi riconoscere.
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Everybody usually thinks that the 14th of February has always been the lovers’ day, the day in which people in love of other people should (or in some people’s mid, MUST) show their emotions throught special gifts.
But, has it always been the most romantic day of the year?
First of all, WHO’S VALENTINE? A legend says Valentine was a priest who under Emperor Claudius II continued to perform marriages for young lovers, despite of the decision of the Emperor to outlaw marriage for young men. Continue reading
Let me say…. “What a day!”
After a long night of insomnia, I woke up quite early to go to the train station and to catch the train that would have taken me right to the centre of London. Once I arrived, with no map (I must admit!), I just walked outside the Liverpool street station and tried to understand how I could find a tourist office without losing myself in the city. 😛