Boats, banks and borderline You can read up on the topic from an older post of mine. A while back I signed a petition to urge the EU and other European countries to create new laws for asylum-seekers. The petition argues that most European countries drew their wealth from colonies, taking their land, their people, … More Boats, banks and borderline – Again
January sends the frost, nothing moves, all is cold. The snow seems lost on its way We wait.
As a teenager, a nocturnal creature, I am somebody who sleeps all afternoon (or does nothing relevant) and then works hard in those last hours before bedtime, later tossing and turning as I cannot get to sleep. It’s now half past eleven in the evening and I have only just finished an essay I had … More Pieces solving a puzzle
My teacher returned my politics exam today. I was satisfied, a good B, especially as I don’t actually pay any attention during the lesson. But on the last of three assignments I was only graded with 7 points (which is probably a C- or a D, don’t know). I suppose she didn’t like my answer. … More The terrorists have won
Note to self (This is one of the least important issues of human kind, but I’ll bother you with it anyway): As you may or may not have gathered; I am a girl – a young woman if you like – of consenting age. What does this mean? It means I can vote, it means … More And now for something completely silly
A few years ago I would look at myself in the mirror and see a girl, too pale, too small with hair that never looked right and skin that was never pure enough. To be honest I’ve always been rather lucky with my looks. My skin has always been relatively zit-free-ish, even during puberty, and … More My friends don’t eat after five