Monthly Archives: November 2015
Alt-J and Hundreds in one go :)

First of all, sorry for being silent for last three weeks. Coursera, Piano and work totally occupied my time and I had no opportunity (and energy) to write a few lines. Also, I haven’t used my camera for a little while, and was reluctant posting old pictures 🙂 You know, every time 6 months passes since I’ve taken the picture, I don’t like it anymore, no matter what 🙁 Well, since the course I took is coming to an end, I might shoot more every day now 😉

Now to the point. Alt-J! Hundreds! In one concert! 🙂 It was a pleasant surprise to see my Hamburg’s favourites at the venue. They were not announced upfront, and I almost jumped when I knew who’s warming up the venue 🙂 It was quite awesome 🙂 Both of them. A lot of sound, a lot of light, beautiful (no, Beautiful) light engineering and visual effects. And earplugs 🙂 Now, playlist will be full of them for the next few days. And maybe I should get one of their songs to play on the piano. And of course, being there with brilliant C. & J. was fun-fun 🙂

Otherwise, life goes on, better every day (even if a little). I think, with all my recent happenings, I was forced to try to find some harmony in staying home, some peace of mind, so to say. Not sure I am there yet, but I definitely thought a few things through. (Every time saying something like that I have a terrible feeling inside like “Yeah, I’ve said I learnt something, but you know, I’ll screw it up again, some time, definitely.”. So yeah, I probably will. And will learn from that).

Thanks for being with me. Yours.

Twenty Seven

In Mathematics, twenty-seven is known for:

And starting from today it’s also my age.

Previous year of my life was rich on happenings. It started out in Japan and helped me to slow down, realise and understand a few things. It brought lots of nice moments, helped to discover new interests, people, and made my relationship with many people much closer (and that excluding all those personal links in Persona ;). It brought challenges, few small ones and few bigger, though it was kind to me nevertheless. So I am grateful to it. It was an important year.

And now this year just started. With Matcha, with Pu-Erh, with Czerny, Bach and Hisaishi; with Coursera; with Berlin and of course with Framing.Life. And I am sure this year will be wonderful.

And, to all of you, many thanks for your nice words and wishes 🙂 You all made my day 🙂

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