KNIT - INDISKA | TOP - GT | PURSE - THRIFTED
At the moment I'm so hyped for the trip to Tallinn that we're going to make next Sunday! About a month ago Johanna, Emilia, Aija and I made this short film for art class that also entered a contest called Luovat Rattaat (translation: Creative Wheels). We didn't think much of it and our expectations weren't high at all. The fact that our work would be taking part in a contest was really just a side note. Well, little did we know that in the end our contribution would actually win the whole fricking contest! What this meant was receiving a prize of 200 euros and a two-day trip to motherfucking Tallinn. How awesome is that?!
Moving on, yet again I find myself addicted to yet another book! I've been reading all day long and I'm afraid I'm starting to turn into a bookworm. Well, not really, but I have been reading a lot more than usual. And I guess it's ok, I mean of course reading is great giving general education and all that, but a line has to be drawn somewhere. I personally don't believe that constantly having your nose in a book is healthy because, lets face it, it's a bit like living in a fantasy world. For example, there's this one guy at my school who reads all the time - and when I say all the time I literally mean it. He's always got his nose in a book and even during classes, rather than following, he reads some 1000 page (and I'm not even exaggerating) book about Finnish history. Not that he'd even need to attend those classes, since it seems like he knows the answer to about every question. Yeah, I'd describe him as a real live walking reference book. And unfortunately incredibly annoying. Sure, I have to admit that I admire his great knowledge (that he has gained from presumably reading a ton of books) but he's also a very arrogant person, and that on the other hand isn't admirable at all. I mean just because you know a lot of stuff it doesn't mean you're better than everybody else, stay humble, goddammit! And on top of all he's got a twin brother. Their similarity (both inside and outside) is very disturbing...
Hmm, what else... I saw the first bee of this year! Not that I like them, quite the opposite actually, but at this point I'm pathetically desperate for summer to come and any sign of it is more than welcome! Hope all of this babbling about random stuff didn't bore you to death. And btw, I know I should be moving on to day 3 in the challenge (which I had almost forgotten about completely), but I'm going to leave it to the next post. Peace out!