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Das Verschwinden des Josef
Mengele

by Olivier Guez

-29 days until until long birthday weekend. oh no
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Tuesday

6

November

2018

On The 6th Day Of November

Listening to a playlist on Amazon Music, fire is burning, I am drinking tea and writing Blog entries for this years NaBloPoMo. I dont have to leave the house anymore, no stress and I am home alone. Perfection for the moment, use every moment wisely. It doesnt always plays out like this, but you know what I keep saying: dont waste a day, life is too short!




This semester is really stressful. Apart from having swimming Monday and Friday, I have also started Karate which I love so very much! Who knew how much fun Karate could ever be?! I enjoy it greatly and I have my first belt test shortly before Christmas and I am ready for it, bring it on! 😛 I also thought it would be smart to start weight training for swimming, but I dont enjoy it at all. I feel like I do so much lifting during work that I absolutely dont need to do it in my free time as well. Plus doing still some Uni… its a bit much. But I havent been as content in forever, I feel like I have to compensate for the time that I dont feel well.

I am a little bit nervous about my hospital day on the 14th. I start the day with having Photopherese, then I have to head over to the dermatology ward to speak over a couple of things and in the afternoon I have an appointement at the pulmonologist, its an emergency appointement. More to that in another entry. I need luck, lots and lots of luck. Laying on my soul like a billion of bricks. Some people are so strong and keep saying whatever comes their way, they have got it. I have got nothing anymore and everything that is happening from now on is just too much. 🙁 But anyway.

Who ever could even remotely be sad with a cutie like this at home?




Love her so much! And with that: until tomorrow.

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