Tuesday, June 30, 2009
It is already June (actually it is the end of it) and I am pretty much late with most of my groups at school. Technically speaking, I am not late with most of them, but we are behind schedule in many projects so that means we are going to delay some newer projects. My new place is almost ready. It needs a dining area for sure. However, I simply love my new place. It keeps getting cuter and cuter each day. I've got now a ladybug rug and a world globe for the study (which I moved to my school). We have got a bigger TV for the living room and so the smaller one is now in the bedroom. My cleaning lady comes here every other Saturday to clean it for us and that is a blessing 'cause she is awesome at what she does. Roberto got some new plant pots for the balcony. It will soon be a nice place to chill while enjoying the view from the 9th floor. Little by little, this apartment is getting to look nice. We have also found out a few new places to have meals out such as Vesuvio and another place at the mall which the name now escapes me. As Roberto is not allowed to eat pastas or regular rice anymore, this is a tough thing to get around here. In this town, gourmet steaks and salads are quite difficult to find (too sad). I started working out at a gym near my place. I only go there once a week. I know that this is not enough working out but hey, I still need to squeeze my therapies in my schedule. I go to the gym on Tuesday (I went there this morning) and on Thursdays I see my therapist. She is very pretty and has a soft voice. She looks perfect and her office is quite cozy. The only thing I don't like about her office is that there is radio station playing in the entrance room and I loathe local radio stations. Never do I listen to local songs or radio stations. I am weird and I recognize that. If I were any crazier, I could be taken to a mad house for shizel. Anyhow, I decided to post more photos of my place because the previous ones ended up way too blurry. Way to go photographer! Gotta know me to like me a-n-y-w-a-y.
...and I am so proud of it! Ha.🎉🎉🎉
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