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07 January 2008 @ 10:11 pm
2007 was dfinelety a year of healthy-eating and weight-loosing. I’ve managed to keep a diat and I’m still keep it this year. I’ve lost weight, but I wouldn’t say it made me a happier person. More self-confident, happier no. But you know what, I’m very proud of myself. And not only for that. I’ve several things to proud of. 2007 was a productive year in many ways for me.
So, it seems like everyone is making a new year resolution lists. I have one too, not a long one though
-learn to organize my time more effective
-drink less coffee, more green tea
-travel more
-let go of the past and just enjoy the moment
-shop less more ;)
-find my soul mate?..
I feel : creativecreative
I'm listening to: One republik-come home
25 December 2007 @ 09:02 pm

Merry Christmas everyone!
I feel : calmcalm
I'm listening to: Craig David- this is the girl
22 December 2007 @ 08:47 pm


I feel : excitedexcited
I'm listening to: Melanie Thornton-Wonderful dream
20 December 2007 @ 11:39 pm

Today is the last day of semester! I’ve handed in two essays and wrote last test in economics. And now I’m free till 7-th of January! :) Oh my god, I have so many things-to-do before Christmas! I was so into my studies lately, I haven’t bought any presents yet! I’ll do the big shopping this weekend. Guess I need to make several lists first.

I’m a little upset by the fact that many of my LJ friends stopped updating. I probably shouldn’t say this, because I hardly update myself. But I really miss you all and I hope you come back soon :)

I feel : chipperchipper
I'm listening to: Sarah Mclachlan-Angel
30 November 2007 @ 10:39 am

It's my favorite season of the year. 
I'm decorating my new apartment! :) It's a little early for Christmas decorations, but I just can't stop making Christmas cards, putting up snowflakes and making muled wine :)Christmas tunes are playing, I'm sitting by the fireplace making a Christmas shopping list. 
I'm a little scared cause everything seems too good lately. I'm enjoying
every minute of my life and I wish it could stay forever this way .

What is Christmas? It is tenderness for the past, courage for the present, hope for the future. It is a fervent wish that every cup may overflow with blessings rich and eternal, and that every path may lead to peace."
~ Agnes M. Pahro 

Like snowflakes, my Christmas memories gather and dance - each beautiful, unique and too soon gone."
~ Deborah Whipp (1964-), web designer.
I feel : bouncybouncy
I'm listening to: CocoRosie-Good Friday
19 November 2007 @ 11:39 am
My weekend  was bad.
I went on tour round Lithuania on Saturday. We crossed the border and our bus stopped for half an hour in town called Panevežus. I needed to change money, so me and Lilita went to the bank. The rest of our group went to the nearest cafe. Then we went to get take-away coffee, because we were short of time. As we were walking back to where our bus was parked, I saw some familiar-looking bus pass us by. As we got to the park place, our bus wasn't there anymore. Oops! They forgot us! And we weren't late. My bag was in the bus, but I had my cell phone with me. I tried to call someone from our group, but there was something wrong with connection, so I couldn't get through. Thank God I had a phone number of our travel agency, so I called them and they called our tour guide. But, the tour guide said they won't come back to get us! Can you imagine it! They were like half an hour drive away and just said No! She named the next city they are going to stop, so we had to get there somehow. We were lucky to find the bus station and next bus to Vilnius was in 5 minutes. In two hours we were in Vilnius, but now there was another problem: how are we supposed to find them? I was stressed, because the city is big- they can be anywhere and my cell phone is dead. Lucky for us I have been in Vilnius before and i knew where the old town was. A helpful woman lent us her phone and we called our guide. They were in St. Anna's church. I knew where it was and we finally found our group. We complained our guide that it was so irresponsible of her not to wait for us, but ahe was like " I didn't notice you weren't there!" She was supposed to check everyone by the list and she didn't. But what if something happened to us? What if we didn't have money to get to Vilnius???  I'm also shocked by the attitude of everyone else. The woman, that was sitting next to us, didn't even notice we were missing! The rest part of the trip was ok. 
Sunday was a bad shopping day. I needed some warm winter clothes and just couldn't find any. How comes that stores are full of summer clothes and it's nearly december outside?
I feel : accomplishedaccomplished
I'm listening to: Bobby Valentino -Tell me
03 November 2007 @ 04:37 pm

The reason I hardly update these days is that every thing's fine. I don't have much things to write about. I do read you  guys,so don't you worry about that.

My studies are boring me a little. Well, not boring actually,  just not that enthusiastic anymore. Anyway, I keep making new friends and we spend great time together. And I also get to meet my old friends,which is nice. July is coming home from St. Petersburg this Sunday. She's going to stay here for a week and that's awesome! Can't wait :)

I'm going on tour around Lithuania on the 17th of November. That's going to be a methodical tour specially for tour guides. 

And for those who didn't notice- it's snowing outside! :)

I feel : happyhappy
I'm listening to: Timbaland- It's too late to apologize
18 October 2007 @ 07:12 pm

I've been a very busy girl lately. So much is going on in my life right now! I don't even know what to talk about! 
First of all I'm taking course in tour guiding. So in 4 months I'm going to guide tourists around our beautiful city. I've been willing to enter this course long before, because this is something I'm really interested in. So now I'm finally in. I get to learn many useful facts about the city and I can't believe I've never heard them before! I mean, gosh I've been living in this city for so long and only now I realized how little I know about it! The main subjects of classes are history, psychology, tourism theory and geography. I'll have to pass a qualifying examination in the end. It consists of both oral and written parts. The oral part will be making your own city tour. 

Another thing I've been up to is reading. Lots and lots of books I have to read for my studies. Gosh, I think I've never read that much in my life. Now I'm reading like five books and i still have many more to read. I devote all my spare time to reading. But the books I read are mostly boring exept for psychology.
This Saturday I'm going to the opera with my  friend from Uni. We'll be watching "Don Quixote" ballet version. I also want to hear opera by Giuseppe Verdi "Traviata" next month. Who's with me?

I must say my life got so organized and comlete in some way.  I just feel like for the first time in my life  I'm doing everything right.  And you know what? I never knew autumn can be so enjoyable :)

I feel : nerdynerdy
I'm listening to: Ciara-So what
22 September 2007 @ 12:29 pm
Almost three weeks since my last entry! Time is running so fast! A lot of things happened lately. First of all I'm a student (again). I really like the program I| chose. Communication studies are interesting, teachers are ok, students are talktive and friendly. My schedule is great, I have a lot of free time. That's why I'm job hunting again. It seems that combining job and Uni won't be a problem. I've made friends with some students and that's great, because i was kind of feeling lonely in the first place. One of the girls in my group had a birthday last week, so we organized a party. It was great fun! I got to know everyone from my group (32 people) :)
I'm not living at home now because of the renovation. Toma invited me to stay at her house (her parents are in Germany till the end of the month). We have so much fun living together! Last night we ordered sushi, drank gin and tonic and watched movies all night :))
Two days earlier I met a cool english guy in the bar in old town. He couldn't find his hotel on the map, so he asked me to help him. I showed him where the hotel was. It wasn't far, but I agreed to walk him there. We talked all the way there and he was really sweet. He said he wanted to thank me for help, so I gave him my phone number ;) I just got a message saying he wants to meet me in the same place tonight. What should i reply?.. ;)

I feel : flirtyflirty
13 August 2007 @ 07:53 pm
My life has been quite boring lately. We're having our fireplace rebuilt and there's mess all around the apartment. That is the reason I'm so rarely at home now. I spend all my time at the beach or taking long walks somewhere else.

I've made up my mind about my further studies. I'll be studying Public Relations for the next 5 years :)
Oh and by the way, my stepbrother Dima has come from Sweden to spend a week here. I've never mentioned I had a stepbrother, have I? That's because i haven't seen him for a very long time. 9 years to be precise. We didn't really get along when we were kids. He was a tough boy, who only wanted to play computer. And all I wanted was him to get out of my room. But things change you know. He's not that crazy boy, who used to annoy me anymore. He's intelligent and a little shy. We talked about things and we have a lot in common, which surprised me. He's studying to become a musician in Sweden. I'm really glad I got to know him better and hope he visits us soon again. 

I've been a bad friend to Denis lately. I promised to meet him last week, but whenever he calls I have to say I'm busy and can't meet him now. We wanted to go on the beach and watch the falling stars (there's a star fall in the middle of august every year). But I've been there with Dima the other day. It was amazing! I never saw so many falling stars! Made a lot of wishes ;)  

That's about the extent of what I have to report I guess. Till next time.

I feel : calmcalm
I'm listening to: Guetta-Love is gone