Liseberg application

This post used to contain pictures, but due to new storage limitations from WordPress, I had to fix the problem and decided to create a new blog that works as an archive for all the posts from my two years in California. This full post can be found here.

Last night I went with Chad, his brother and friend to a place called the Belly Up in Solana Beach. It was a very nice place but I was too tired and had my head somewhere else to enjoy the night. First on stage was a reggae/Hawaiian band that weren’t too bad. Then came Groundation and it was awful. I like a lot when it comes to music (except rap and hiphop) but this… I don’t even know what to call it. I got the feeling of those extreme church thingies where everyone goes crazy with a crazy choir in the background. It was just creepy, and the lead singers voice was pitched and it really wasn’t my type of music.

I was tired and stressed out about so many different things but now I feel much better. I spent the afternoon at home doing some work. First I sent a thesis application to NCC. Then I took down my big suitcase and put in my room. I wanted to try-pack today, but didn’t have time so I’m gonna have to do it tomorrow or next week. Then I started on my application for Liseberg next summer. I wrote a letter but my brother said it was too long so I wrote a shorter one. He’s gonna ask his employer tomorrow how long it should be and also ask them if I could go directly to interview number two. He is so nice!

And that’s pretty much everything I did today. I studied a little for the German test on Monday. No beach volleyball, even if the weather was awesome. I was so tired and slept until 10 am.

I might do some packing now, but I think it would be smarter to do it after they change the floor in my room. On Monday and two weeks forward all the floors in the house are gonna be changed. Out with the carpets and in with new hardwood floor. The old hardwood is gonna be changed too. They are gonna start in my room and I really hope it doesn’t take too long. It would be uncomfortable not having my own room for several days.


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