Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Nursery rhyme of another summer afternoon

All of a sudden I met a guy playing my favorite piano music in the pool hall. It's "La valse d'Amélie", one of the most soothing musics I've ever listened to. I came by and asked him this is very strange to me somebody know about this song in here, I thought you guys don't mind  about this genre of music and he said yes. when I asked can you play "Comptine d'un autre été l'après midi" as well, he amazingly said yes that's the only other one I know from that movie "Amelie" and he played that too. I did really enjoy it and it just.. made my day. his name was Jonathan, that reminded me of the book "Jonathan the seagull". I even told him about the book and yes, sometimes just a little piece of music makes you feel better.

Here is a link to "La valse d'Amélie
and a link to "Comptine d'un autre été l'après midi
the picture is a painting by Kazuya Akimoto named "serene circles"

Friday, September 17, 2010


Sometimes you just shut up and think. do not think of all those dumb asses that are lazy and stupid. they don't ask, they don't know either. they look for a chance to tease, to make fool, to have fun of you. do not think of them. it's already proven. think more my dear. just think more and act like a smart one.

p.s. secret of happiness is freedom, and the secret of freedom is courage. and this courage is what I'm talking about. is what they don't have inside. foolish people

Saturday, September 11, 2010


Oh please stop it, I'm not that kinda person.
I tell you what, I had a trip to Chicago last month and deadly enjoyed it, yet looking for new excitements. I remember last year I was telling a friend, people have to come around here and live their last years of life. it's super serene in here, calm and quiet! and me, totally inverse. alright, yeah, that's true. I found the spelunkers group in this 25% girls/ 75% boys university and went on a trip exploring the Roubidoux, a cave located in St. Roberts, and hell yes it was fantastic. Imagine crawling through a very tiny hole for meters fitting your body, trying to pull yourself forward, feeling like an earthworm especially when you're kinda floating on real sticky mud. sometimes you'll get through two long wide stony plates a few inches apart covered with wet mud and sometimes, into the holes upward and downward, sometimes kneeling, walking in the cave ponds and .. just wow. I know people are not interested in such things but these kinda stuff keeps me alive, simply adventure!
and don't forget to get the perfect gear,
Now you don't call me and say that again. I'm not that kinda person, I got my own interests...

p.s. I like this picture a lot