I’m sorry for not posting the past 2 weeks, but please let me explain. I haven’t been mucking around or anything, just, I’ve been crazy busy…painting.
To continue with my story from last week, the elevator is still broken, which means I still have to walk up 7 flights of stairs. I also bike to work, but since I cannot use the elevator, I have to leave my bike downstairs. There’s no secure bike shelter at my place, so I just lock my bike to the bars on the outside shed. It’s been sitting there every night for the past 3 weeks, but a few days ago it was GONE!
2 weeks ago, the elevator in my apartment building broke down, and it’s still not fixed yet…I live on the 7th floor.
I think most people have at least one piece of Ikea furniture somewhere in their house. I’m talking about the average household btw. I myself, I’m definitely an Ikea person. Ikea isn’t exactly cheap, it’s just more affordable than the average furniture shop, but there’s something else that works so well for Ikea; it’s fun.
So here’s the thing, I used to have short hair, just above my shoulder. Now, it’s about half-way along my back, and that took me about 1 year to grow (with a few trims in between). I guess I would say my hair doesn’t grow all that fast, which makes me feel a bit reluctant everytime I cut it.
I have a big announcement to make: I’m on Youtube!
Well, I mean I’ve just created my channel and uploaded my first video, it’s probably not THAT big of a deal. Actually, now that I think about it, it’s technically my second video on Youtube. The first video I ever posted, was way back in 2008, on an account I just cannot recall – and maybe for the better. It was a video I made using Windows Videomaker (HAHA) for the 2nd anniversary of one of my previous relationships. I remember Youtube actually pulled it offline because I used a Robin Thicke track, so I had to make it private. So there’s somewhere on the interwebs, a cheesy video of me floating around and I’ll probably never be able to retrieve it… I’m not sad about that.
I have a Belgian driver’s license ever since I was 19, but I pretty much stopped driving since I moved to Australia. People drive on the left here, whereas I’m used to driving on the right, which seriously, still messes me up at times. I figured it’s safer for me to stick to public transport and walking, or the occassional bike ride. So that’s why I have been procastinating the idea of getting an Australian license.