I love certain works of art, in marble or painting form. Statues of marble look so lifelike, if made well. It always amazes me. I can just imagine them being alive, and the forms we see are but a snapshot of their lives, frozen in time and memory.
During the summer of 2013, I was in Paris for a few days and visited the Louvre, as any person (tourist or non-tourist) should do. I took a bunch of photos, as any tourist would do. Today I stumbled on a few of my photos again and was delighted to realize I had taken some photos of statues with captions already in my head.
Without further ado, I present to you some of the residents in the great Louvre:
Ah, vintage toys 🙂
What a feeling to see old toys that you used to play with as a child and remember how fun it was.
This is my post from August 10th, 2010 😛 (Wow, has it been so long?) Erm yes, I am posting it a year and some months later 😛 Erm yes, I know it’s quite late to do that 😛 Better late than never they say! Ha! 😛
Saturday, April 19, 2008
Heyyy !! 😀
I’m writing from ….. Stockholm !!! Woo hooo!!! 😀 I can’t believe I’m in Sweden!! Never really thought I’d come here, not so “soon” at least. xP
… and you’re having difficulties? Some things may help 🙂 A change of attitude, and a few adjustments to the way you learn could help. I found this blog yesterday, it looks nice so far. Fluent in 3 months
This program is for using flash cards and help you learn a language faster… I think it’s great 😀 I already learned a few Finnish words yesterday. Anki