I Could Skate from Maine to Nebraska, then on to Alaska and Back...

Welcome back, winter, once again! This morning I woke up to find it's snowing outside - oh, joy!


(...what's this new music thingy that appears on here? Wasn't here when I last updated... I don't like it.)

Today, we're supposed to be working with the pictures we got last week at the Fire Fighters' School. I was only there the 2nd day though, because I was sick... Yeah, I've been sick, together with just about 50% of the school. It totally sucked.



Anywhoo... We're sitting in the classroom, me and five others, with no teacher because he had things to do and we can manage without him. And I'm watching the snow. And thinking back to a day about a year ago. It was a tuesday, most likely, because I was sitting in the cafeteria with my two best friends, and we were not doing any school work. It was partly dark outside, and it was snowing. I was wrapped in a blanket, drinking coffee, and blogging. I went back in my archives to try to locate what I was blogging about, and I found these:

Diary of a Blonde

English Bulldog Property Laws

(These are MySpace Bumper Stickers. This was back when I was desperately trying to keep my MySpace page alive, but naturally I failed at that. I've given up a long time ago, and I don't understand anything of MySpace anymore now... *Sadface* - MySpace is the reason behind my social networking life, and to thank for my English skills!)

"There s Nothing Like a Dream to Create the Future" ~ Victor Hugo 

This blog entry gives me shivers. I've written this... And then the conversation with my friend in the end. It breaks my heart knowing that things will never be like that again... I won't be having conversations with my high school friends about our futures, because the future we used to talk about is happening to us right now.

I'm still looking for a specific blog entry I wrote in school one day it was snowing. I can't find it. But I find all these other blog entries... And let's just say it's a good thing I'm sitting down. It makes me dizzy - or, not exactly, but I feel like I'm falling down and there are black dots appearing in front of my eyes. But they say a picture is worth a thousand words, so I'm just going to post one of those instead:


I'm hanging on another day
Just to see what you will throw my way
And I'm hanging on the words you say
You said that I will be OK...






♥ The Norwegian Teenager





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