I've always thought "falling asleep on the desk while working" is an awful hyperbole, a visual metaphor, not something that happens to real people in the real world.
I was wrong.
Not that I'm studying too much (because I'm not. Really -.-") But this one special chapter in my lecture script was just endless boring. And I was tired after the first two exams. But from now on there are just two more exams to pass and then I'm free!
(and I really need to catch up with my f-list, I'm missing you guys~)
Also, it's spring ☆ It's still cold outside, but the the air already smells like perfume of a young cheerful girl (or vice verse. I guess, it's the girls how are borrowing the sweet scents to bewitch us~)
This weekend my Dad decided it's time for his belated Birthday Party, so I'm better packing the presents (despite my ribbons always looking more like the Gordian Knot) at least, in Germany it's not so awkward to have a Birthday on 23th February as it was back in Russia: The Defender of the Fatherland Day - which shouldn't end as the celebration of men as a whole but since women have their International Women's Day on March 8 it somehow still happens. However it's quite absurd to celebrate being a men. Or a women. Why does nobody party for being a human being?)
Okay, back to sleep now, the working desk turned out to be more comfortable then it seemed to but I'm still preferring my bed.
P.S.: Way too good be wasted a background noise while learning but I'm currently so obsessed with this album [♥]
"Days of Wine and Roses" by Beegie Adair (Jazz!), For example this one - Tangerine
P.P.S.: Also, I started watching "White Collar" and it's amazing! A charismatic art thief working with his partner in crime and chef and rival and (last but not least) friend - a serious FBI-Agent with high morals and sharp mind. Clever intrigues and funny dialogues. Absolutely recommended! Official Preview