The finals are over, the new term has begun or is chasing you and you (very likely) have a lot of time on your hands as you don’t have to study like crazy with no sleep and little time to even eat.
And maybe, you’re even a little bored, nothing new to watch, tired of old series you’ve been watching (I am) and there’s not a lot of good movies out there right now to pirate into your device of choice and watch.
Well, I’ll be the good Samaritan and offer you some retaliation.
Dexpedition. It’s a show that currently has two seasons and a comedy type show that mocks the typical travel series.
It has a cocky humor that I just love. For me it’s funny like hell and witty. A basically great idea, which also is an opportunity to all the guys. C’mon, they travel.
If you search quite a bit and know places, you can watch the first season online for free.
But if you’re lazy… Here you go, sit back, click play and enjoy.
I don’t think we really notice how technology impacts our lives.
Grace is just over a year old and she’s already drawn to technology more than anything. She envies people with phones, she wants to play with them (she even knows that most of them work with touch and not buttons, she knows she has to swipe at it so it would work), mostly she likes to listen to music on them.
She’s ecstatic if you show something on a laptop - a video, or her own reflection (but I think that is clearly visible in her face).
It’s very interesting to me… but also - quite scary. I’m worried that kids don’t see much of the world. Like we don’t. Faces stuck to screens and kids mimic that. Seeing her react so strongly to devices makes me think about how I spend my time and how much do I rely on my phone or pc.
(And I’m writing this on a device, too, haha.)
But also - I look at her and I see pure life. She can laugh at the silliest things and she can be so funny even thou she doesn’t really speak yet. It is so impressing to see life grow and evolve and still be as pure as a little child can be.
This little pumpkin turned 10 months old today. And we also celebrated Father’s Day.
It’s nice when you can be with family. With people you can talk, laugh and sit in silence with. Those moments should be cherished, because no bond is closer than family. Well, at least it should be that way.
Today, I’ve been thinking about how no relationships are sacred form disfunctionality. Even family.
It’s sometimes so hard to understand why people act some way and it can make me feel desperate, angry and confused.
Makes me think, that promises never help any realtionships - they only put a strain on them, that mostly ends up disapointing and creating a crack between people.
That’s why I love my precious academy. I’m studying for History of Philosophy and I’m really enjoying the book wehave to read. Karl Theodor Jaspers “Way to Wisdom: An Introduction to Philosophy” is a wonderful book, that makes me think.
And also thank god, that I have two wonderful people next to me at almost all times.
Also, lately, I’ve been wanting another tattoo. I don’t know why and what I would even get, but it’s something that I can’t get off my mind.
Me and my beautiful daugther Grace.
Totally her daddy’s mini-me.
Love her. Love him. Life is wonderful! <3
My sweet little princess.
She’s a british shorthair. <3