On wednesday J (from now on I´ll call her J because it´s such a pain to write Janicke) and I went down town to read, simply because it´s boring to stay at home.
make and hair before leaving the house
Sometimes it's just nice to doll yourself a up a bit , it's not like you have time for it every single day.
I won´t write you a long paragraph about how the wind destroyed us, but feel free to use your imagination. You´ve probably been there yourself. Firstworldproblems.
In the beginning this book was the shittiest piece of junk I´ve ever held in my hands (White Saris and sweet mangoes). Dear I swear.
I didn´t get anything at all and I just wanted to slam my head against the table. I was really scared the rest of the book would be like this as well, but luckily it started to become more understandable after I started on chapter one. The introduction was utterly crappily crap.
After a while i really started to enjoy the book although I have to say those people I´m reading about are seriously the weirdest among the weirdest. Obviously in a rather interesting and positive way. You really get a insight of other people's lifestyle. Not everyone need the latest iPhone or mac to survive.
While I was bloody frustrated over the introduction, this girl was sitting there, on the other side of the table, grinning and PRETENDING she was reading. Would you look at the title: Punishment and rights. Oh the irony. HA HA HA
We also met Erlend, sat down and hat a nice chat.
you just gotta love Erlend . Everyone does.
Knit: Liz lisa
Dress: Liz Lisa
Pin (on beret): Closeth Child