2 December, 2008
20 November, 2008
Sometimes, you can find interesting articles in the news. And today is one of those days. On the first page of MSN it says “Teen lived without a heart while waiting for a new one“. As far as I knew, so far, if you don’t have life support that’s pretty hard.
So reading on, the article says that the girl “survived with artificial heart pumps — but no heart — for four months between the transplants” That is something.
Also, I remembered about this article about a baby that was “born” twice. I read this yesterday.
Here’s the link to the article, must tell you that the link contains graphic pictures. http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/25004390
And, this is really old news, from last year. But I think it’s worth mentioning cause the smile on the little girl’s face says everything.
I read this last year in a newspaper and I still have the article saved at home in a journal. I am just amazed how much medicine has advanced till today.
But what’s more amazing then all of the above happened here, well not in my country, but at our neighbours that speak the same language.
So a guy goes to the doctor so he could get an infection treated. But he was just stunned when he read what the doctor wrote on the prescription. The 41 years old MALE was told, that, every 3 days he should do vaginal washings. Now, I don’t know about you guys out there, but as far as I know, men have only two holes, and no vagina.
But there’s always the rule exception:
20 November, 2008
Today is a big day for us all. Well, at least for the people in Bucharest that use public transportation.
We’ve been waiting this moment since 1989. I’m proud to say that they opened the new subway stations, 4 to be more precise. I know that it doesn’t sound like much, but they actually finished them, after 19 years. They were saying that the new stations would be finished by 2004 (I’ve found an online article about it, sadly it’s in Romanian), guess what were in 2008, what a shocker:
Well, since they opened it, we decided to try it and see what took them so long to finish them (besides not having money). So this morning, we woke up earlier and we went for it. People, pay attention, cause we’re making history here, cause we went on the first day, at the first hours of the morning (the sun wasn’t up).
I sincerely liked the fact that they actually used colors, green, yellow and orange. That’s an improvement, cause all the other stations are all grey and very depressing. But, there weren’t many people taking the subway at 6 in the morning, and like me and Johnny, most of them were curious about it.
The downside is that they used old trains, but if they aren’t broken why not use them. Plus I like the graffiti on them, it gives a nice touch.
And this is where the subway takes you:
Right outside Bucharest. In the first picture it says “Goodbye, have a nice trip” (with just two words). So there you have it, the new subway stations brought to you by yours truly.
I know that our public transportation doesn’t compare with the ones from Russia or even Japan, but I would rather have a nice quiet ride to work then to be pushed in the subway, or to forget where I am supposed to be going because I would feel like in a museum.
If you’re interested here’s a link to a website that presents the best subways in the world
18 November, 2008
I’m very much like a pregnant women: when I crave for something I must have it otherwise I get cranky. And yesterday I was craving for pasta’s. So, I ended up cooking at Johnny’s place, in his mother’s kitchen, with her right besides me.
I have my own way of cooking and I usually like to add wine in the sauce because it gives it a really good taste (well that depends on the wine as well). I don’t like using things (well related to cooking) that usually come in a plastic or paper bag. I like to use fresh ingredients if posible. And I like things done my way, like everyone does.
So at a certain point I was covering the pan with my arms so I could stop my “mother in law” from adding certain things in it. I finally convinced her from not adding them by asking “Why? Isn’t the sauce good like it is right now?”.
It’s hard cooking in someone else kitchen, especially when they are present. And I am not a big fan of cooking in the first place, but this time was better. The last time I cooked at Johnny’s place, I ended up adding vinegar instead of cooking oil, but the bottles were identical.
Oh well, it could always get much worse.
17 November, 2008
1. We ate what we wanted.
2. We slept all day long.
3. We watched movies.
4. Slept some more.
5. Slacked the rest of the time.
In conclusion, all was good.
14 November, 2008
Friday should be the most awaited day of the week. Cause it means the weekend is right around the corner. Well I hate Friday more then Monday. It’s not that I don’t like having free days, heck no. It’s because everyone is just so annoying. Especially my boss. You know:
Let’s say the word “pissed” does not cover it all. I really can’t wait to get that two weeks of for Christmas.
13 November, 2008
They really love. I don’t know who but they do.
A few days ago I thought that I would never have a real McFlurry ice cream with Nesquik. Well today I had another one. It seems that the McDonald’s at the Mall still serves it. I was really happy.
Well Johnny couldn’t share my enthusiasm cause he got a cold and couldn’t drink a beer. He’s taking medicine. Oh well. He’ll get better and then he will be able, once again, to enjoy his beer.
12 November, 2008
It’s not even mid November and people are already starting to put up Christmas decorations. Well, the big shops anyway.
It’s annoying cause it just gets you confused and anxious. Sincerely, when I see tree decorations I think that soon I will get a few days off and I will be able to sleep till noon , slack around the house and eat a lot of good home made food. But then I realise that it’s not even December. And I’m like “NOOOOOOO”.
So they just get you excited over nothing cause Christmas is a long way to go, a full month more precisely. But, I guess that didn’t stop me to go out and buy a Christmas singing teddy bear with a sock attached to it.
Oh well there’s nothing I can do now and just wait till December, for Saint Nick (6 December) and Santa Claus (25 December). And I’ll add and my father and brother birthday, plus me and Johnny’s one year since we’ve been dating (26 December), and a few other celebrations and heck, it’s gonna be one party after another.
Waiting is not one of my strong points.
11 November, 2008
Life is all about changes. Nothing stays the same for long and sometimes I wish they would.
For exemple, this morning, me and Johnny went to McDonald’s to get some breakfast. We usually order the same thing, but this morning I wanted an ice cream, McFlurry with Nesquik, more precisely. Well it turns out that they don’t serve that kind of ice cream anymore. Instead they added McFlurry with Lion, and two more things that just look bad, and you can ask and for topping, chocolate or caramel. I tried the one with Lion but it’s not the same.
So once again, another ice cream ruined. Now with what am I gonna eat my cheeseburgers? Cause they don’t taste as good without ice cream.Thank you for nothing, stupid clown.
10 November, 2008
As happy as I was yesterday, as sad and angry I became when I saw this poor dog in front of our apartment building. He was in a really bad shape and I think someone might have poisoned him (it’s not something unnatural around here). It really hurt to see him struggle like that, but at 9 in the evening there aren’t many vet clinics open, especially on a Sunday. And we didn’t even had milk at home to give it to him (since milk is really good in case of poisoning). And no there aren’t and special agencies around here like the RSPCA.
I didn’t saw the dog this morning, but I hope he was just cold and that’s why he was shaking like that.
It sucks when you know you can’t do anything for the poor animals, except feeding them.