Saturday, July 31, 2010
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Well, just after I've posted my first post regarding Guest Heart Thursday, my sister gave me these heart stones. She was in Budva, Montenegro on a holiday. I was so happy to see heart pebbles . Some of them she didn't recognize as hearts. :D
These black pebbles I got from my boyfriend. He was in Bulgaria and brought me these lovely pebbles.And of course he didn't notice the hearts there too. :D
So I have now 8 hearts..Yipieeee...
What a treasure!
Guest Heart Thursday
Thank you, V.
My friend saw these hearts in front of her building. Let me think they're heart steps to a girl's heart. A teen love. I got goosebumps while taking the photos. Such a romantic idea.
The last one. Is the first letter G, or I, E, maybe?!
A heart view over the city.
Aaaaaand. I WILL MISS you all. Oh, I'm getting nostalgic here already.
I've joined Random Hearts at Clytie's blog. If you found a random heart, you can join the fun too.
Have a great day, heart lovers!
Can't tell how much excited. Happy. Confused. In panic. Shocked.
Got the scholarship for master studies (Chinese language and culture) for 3 years. In Tianjin again at the same Nankai University.
This is me two (or three) years ago in front of the main university building and the statue of the first Chinese Premier and key historical figure Zhou Enlai.
A lake in the campus
Leaving in September.
Sunday, July 25, 2010
Saturday, July 24, 2010
Thursday, July 22, 2010
While having panic attack, I took some nice pictures in our green garden. I'll share the photos later in another post. It's amazing that everything in our garden is green. Yet, there was this dying branch still breathing with this heart.
I joined Guest Heart Thursday . If you found a random heart, please visit the blog and join us. You'll see wonderful hearts around the world.
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
Today I was putting away things (as usual my room's messy) when I came across these Chinese train tickets. Forgotten tickets.. Tianjin-Shanghai..Beijing - Tianjin..
Train tickets full of stories..memories..smells..joy and nostalgia. Words and tears.
My first train ride in China. Tianjin - Shanghai. Two years ago.
That day I was hurrying to catch the train on time. Arrived at the station the very last minute…uufff…I made it. Then..I see a queue long as the longest snake..WHAT!!!! I was totally confused where to go, what to do. My Chinese sucked at that moment. Nobody speaks English. :@
Just hundreds of eyes, staring at me. The only foreigner there. Lost. Lonely. After half an hour, I survived. I’m on the train. Oh, well, let me see the ticket, the seat number. A? The upper bed. WHAT!!! How can I climb up there?! I never climbed a single tree in my life.:/ Well, I decided to observe Chinese people. Oh, no they’re climbing it so easily. As if they were born acrobats.
It’s getting late. Oh I have to do it. Right now!! ..Inhale..exhale.A leg here, a leg there. I hope nobody saw me. And I’m up there. But I can’t stand straight. Just in a horizontal position. Ok. I can sleep, I guess.
Midnight. Somebody is snoring. NOOOO..Everybody is snoring..LOUDLY…Hate snoring. Hate..hate…:(
My MP3 player’s dead. When will the night be over?
2 am. The train stopped. What’s going on? We’re attacked? Train accident? Well, Im alive, right? No crash, then. Hmmm.
And there is this guy who tried to test his English. It turned out my Chinese was far better than his English. He said there was a lot of snow. People had been cleaning it away for some time. We couldn’t do anything but wait.and wait...
After 4-5 hours of snail slow moving we are heading to Shanghai. At a normal speed.
7 am. What’s that smell? What’s that noise? Oh, Those instant noodles. And people slurping them…I wanna sleep!!!!!
12 pm. Still in train. The train was supposed to arrive at 6 am.
No more water. No food left. Just eyes still staring at me. Asking me question about my country, people, habits….Endless list. Answers? Just short and simple.
5 pm. We are in Shanghai. Late 12 hours.
And Shanghai full of snow, It didn’t have snow the last 70 years. But that’s another story. For Shanghai people and snowmen.
Oh, did I say that I love China and Chinese people and Chinese food.
Memories..Just a reflection in the mirror of the past.
Speaking of trains, I have a friend and a colleague, Ana who is crazy about trains and is a passionate postcard collector. Her train postcard collection is just wonderful. I dedicate these photos to her, wishing her to have her longed-for train ride to Norway (or wherever she wants).
Ептен ме потсетија возовите на тебе. Ај се гледаме/пиеме скоро.
This is not a random heart. It's made especially for Clytie, a wonderful heart collector. Her blog, random hearts, is more than amazing. Please have a look. You'll be pleasantly surprised. And you'll enjoy a lot.
Just one BIG THANK you!
A fire heart for you, Clytie.