Every window has a story and this is mine, a simple view from my window that I wanted to share with the world. I’m a frustrated writer and this blog was created to share my scrambled thoughts and anything in between that I might want to rant about.
I’m fond of dark colors. I love the rainbow and the clear blue sky. I think the velvet sky during a full moon is a sign that anything is possible in the world. The sea looks beautiful to me during winter and breathtaking when the waves are high.
I like sports, reading and writing. I’m short-tempered, hard-headed and a hell to live with but I do have an open mind which I think makes up for most of my short-comings. I love dogs (have one named Suki).
I don’t like a*holes (who does?) but I can be one if the situation calls for it. I don’t go around looking for trouble but sometimes trouble finds me. I worry a lot but I couldn’t care less if things are beyond my control. I like to fuss it gives me something to do, keeps me occupied, helps me think.
I like music but I’m more of a lyrics type of person, I do appreciate rhythm and harmony but if the song has bad lyrics I can’t be bothered. I hate songs that repeat the same beat and lyrics and have a lot of cussing on it. I hear it too f* often then it gets stuck on my m*f* head and it g*d* stinks! So thank you very much m*f* a* who thinks its f* music (see what I mean?).
My favorite season is spring when everything starts to come alive again; when the earth begins to warm up and the fields start to turn green and yellow. I like the smell of fresh mowed grass, pine and mint toothpaste.
I love old things and I’m very curious. People often mistake me for a snob (I don’t blame them sometimes I am a snob). I like jokes but I hate jokes told on another person’s account. I can be rude to a friend or nice to stranger it all depends on the weather.
I’m sure there are a lot of other things that I can share about myself but for the purpose of this section and for the protection of your sanity these boring details are enough.
Thank you for stopping by and reading until here. Nazdrave!