Why is his girlfriend trying to kill him? How come he is seeing ghosts and talking with them? Why is he living the last moments of someone else? Why does everyone around him seem to know and remember things that he is completely oblivious to? Continue reading The Halley Branch by Trent P. McDonald
Today, I have a strange day. The kids aren’t with me, S. is working and as it is a Monday I have almost no lessons to teach. This means it is the perfect day to do things that I should do. Such as cleaning the bathroom (something I really do not enjoy doing), or pre-write a few blog posts (I have never been good at that), or simply sit down and write.
The weather is amazing! The forecast for today is 26°C, the sky is blue, it is sunny. On top of that, I received two interesting books just at the moment that I sat down to write this post (one I already know a bit as the first draft was published on a blog, it is The Halley Branch by Trent P. McDonald). I have two newspapers to read (ok I don’t think that I’ll behave like I did once, 15 years ago, when I read a copy of The Economist in its integrity from cover to cover…) I have the special edition of Der Spiegel “#Frauenland” which is super interesting too…
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I think 🤔 there are no more seasons. At least not all 4… we had a cold and snowy winter, no spring and on the 14th of October it is still summer! Everyone is in shorts, dresses, T-shirts or sandals. Most tees haven’t changed their colours and flowers 🌹 are blooming… #autumn2018 #fleursdeparis #14october2018 #parisienne #parismaville #paris17 #lazysunday #climatechange #globalwarming #noseasons #whereisautumn #herbst ##parisjetaime #urbannature
Those are just the easy distractions. Continue reading “The art of avoiding”