I hate to tell y’all this but I think summer is closing up for the year. Check out that empty beach in Mallorca. Boooo Hoooo. Well, at least the weekend is supposed to be lovely. But then it’s back to work for me too.
Back to life …. back to reality.
You understand me. If only there wasn’t that money issue.
At least I have the ocean one, check.
Guys, I really don’t understand this obsession with Kim Kardashian’s ass. I mean this news is surpassing the news that we landed on a comet. A comet! The first time EVER! Peeps, please tell me that was more exciting than a picture of KK naked. I mean, she has like a rockin’ name, but again – WE.LANDED.ON.A.COMET.
OK, back to your originally broadcasted station.
Am I right or am I right?! You think you have these plans set up for you – I am going to do this, and then this is gonna happen, and then this and this and this. And guess what? It doesn’t really ever happen that way. I have things I want to happen with my life and it seems I am in the boat at the moment. But then again, I had things that I didn’t plan and life is still fantastically amazing. Keep your head above water friends!
Oh, and – HAPPY NEW YEAR! ox
ps – Thank you to DOGHOUSE DIARIES.
The summer weather has officially come to an end. WAAHHHHH. I was so enjoying going on a bike ride in shorts and a t-shirt, really gonna miss that. And while I loathe speaking about the weather I make exceptions for awesome storms. Coming from Oklahoma (where the wind comes sweeping down the plains) where practically EVERY thunderstorm was amazing and then moving to Spain (where the rain stays mainly on the plain), I miss my storms.
October seems to be the month when a good one hits every few years or so. The last one I remember was about four or five years ago, which even resulted in a small tornado and sadly one death. I was home when the sky went black and the wind picked up and my plants sitting on the second floor balcony blew to the ground and the pots broke into tons of pieces. The storm that hit yesterday was expected but many people still seemed to be caught off guard. I was in Palma teaching when 50 litres of water per square meter fell in fifteen minutes. When I left I had to turn my car around twice from the road being too flooded to cross (while at each one there was at least one car that had tried to pass through the water and failed).
The lightning flashed while I drove to my next class, water was pouring down the streets with nowhere for it to go, cars were stranded in deep water and traffic jams were everywhere. Thank goodness there weren’t any deaths but the ambulances and firetrucks were busy. My boyfriend was at the dentist (yuck) when the storm hit and when he came home the house was a bit flooded but all the cats were there! YAY!
But the pool looked like this. Yikes. Hope the landlord has insurance.