Still Indulging.

Thursday, November 01, 2007

Already the warm summer is a distant memory: Outside the winter has gotten to us, storm after storm is howling around our house, the leaves are since long in the gutter and the birds have eaten the last red berries in the trees. Yesterday Monika pointed one bird out to me: small and fat, nearly incabable to lift in flight.

I am reading Willams James with fascination, for school, of course, not for fun. For fun I bought at the airport of London some books and am reading the first of it: “Thirteen Moons” from Charles Frazier who also wrote “Cold Mountain”.

So, that´s what I am doing since Rome, reading and writing esseys and listening to lectures. And next week I will start working again, so the sweet life will be over. But I will start easy to start with and see where it will carry me. I am trying to loose some

weight again, of course I did fatten in Italy, who couldn´t, but I take that easy too. Who but me has any interest in my weight, anyhow. I just don´t want to miss all my nice newly bought clothes, so there is some pressure.

I got a new keyboard as my sweet grown up daughter emptied a cup of coffee over my old one nad killed it and now I am all the time picking the wrong oh, how do you call it? Annoying.

Oh yes and did I tell you: my camera disappeared in Rome? So, sorry, no new pictures.

7 indulge with me:

  • At 5:46 PM, Anonymous Heike said…

    :-( Hab gestern bereits ein Kommentar geschrieben. Aber Dein Blog wollte ihn nicht ...... Ok, so once again: Enjoy the weekend! Dicke Umarmung, Heike

  • At 7:39 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Du gehst jetzt erst wieder arbeiten? Warst du so lange krank geschrieben?
    Hehe, ich passe auch nicht in die ganzen netten Winterklammotten, die ich mir letztes Jahr, durchs Examen abgemagert, gekauft habe. Aber irgendwie kriege ich die Kurve nicht...

    Ich freue mich schon auf die nächsten Fotos von dir!!!

    Dicken Knutscha von Kerstin

  • At 10:09 PM, Blogger Doug said…

    Wow, the golden age of blogging is here!

    Tell me if you like William James. I doubt I'll read him either way, but I'd like to know if he's good.

  • At 10:10 PM, Blogger Doug said…

    Oh, and isn't it better for a grown-up daughter to spill coffee on your keyboard than strawberry milk?

  • At 7:41 PM, Blogger Biene said…

    doug: it died a horrible death, whatever it died off!
    Ja Kerstin, aber nun fuehle ich mich wieder fröhlich :)
    Heike: Durchfall und Kotzen bei Allen kindern.. schönes Wochenende, die waren so schlapp die konnten nicht mal zanken.

  • At 7:43 PM, Blogger Biene said…

    Yes duog, I love William James. And he uses so wonderfull huge words. You would surely like him. Berkley is finished and now I read Russell.... so, I get rather good in the american philosophy. And Cora Diamond, whom my teacher loves.

  • At 11:36 PM, Anonymous Heike said…

    ohje ohje, da werden die süßen Rabauten handzahm :-) Aber die frische Luft wird sie wieder auf die Beine bekommen


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