Here in Germany there has been this really big storm called Kyrill. It had us all windblown for the past few days and we had to do a lot in the garden to get it back in good shape.
I had a few things to do as well: I had a test on Thursday that I finished with a 2 (good) degree. It's been an hour before the professor answering his questions. *lol*
It hasn't been the hardest thing (I started learning the same day...), but the hard thing was for me to get into university that day, because it was the day with the storm! *lol* And my test was (how could it be different?) exactly at the time the storm should be the hardest. Well, I took the train into the city and took the test and then I stood there, thinking how to get back home. *laugh*
I wound up at the station, had to wait for ten minutes or so and then the train came. We went very slowly and I read my book and thought about a lot of things.
And then the funny thing came: We stood some distance from my station and I made ready to get off the train, when I saw the man standing at the door, peering anxiously outside, shifting from one foot to the other and mumbling curses under his breath. I got so much, that I realized he hoped to get the bus that waited at the station and feared that it wouldn't wait for him.
And then (!) I heard this voice in my head say: My attitude is my decision. *looool*
And I immediately started to grin. I just love this program.
We arrived so the man could get his bus (his thinking didn't stop the bus from waiting, I was really surprised *lol*). And my parents were waiting for me with the car. Then we heard in the radio that the train I had taken seemed to be the last one that had driven through to this station! The other passengers had to sleep in other stations, get home through other means or just stayed in other buildings until the next morning.
So that was the reason why I havent been online for so long. ;)
The next day we had to take care of the garden.
*hugs* to all the ones who wrote me and thought of me. I deeply appreciate it! *smooch*