Nov 14, 2008

Dinning out with friends

:)


Izkandar and Rozie (and Little Aiman)


Sarah and Aymen


W and Ali (a new collegue)

:) Nice food + nice company = super nice night! :)

Nov 11, 2008

Oct 24, 2008

So lazy

I just listened to a very lazy song... so lazy by Kevin Johansen, from Argentina. Let's play it again later!

Sep 30, 2008

Singing and singing

You go to my head -- sang by Annie Sellick

You go to my head,
And you linger like a haunting refrain
And I find you spinning round in my brain
Like the bubbles in a glass of champagne.

You go to my head
Like a sip of sparkling burgundy brew
And I find the very mention of you
Like the kicker in a julep or two.

The thrill of the thought
That you might give a thought
To my plea casts a spell over me
Still I say to myself: get a hold of yourself
Can't you see that it can never be?

You go to my head
With smile that makes my temperature rise
Like a summer with a thousand Julys
You intoxicate my soul with your eyes
Tho I'm certain that this heart of mine
Hasn't a ghost of a chance in this crazy romance,
You go to my head.

Sep 3, 2008

Book Crossing o Libros libres

Bookcrossing: n. the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise.
-- source: Webster's New Millennium™ Dictionary of English, Preview Edition (v 0.9.7)

If you feel like bookcrossing, check this link, where you can see how to free books travel around the world. :)
Happy reading and bookcrossing.

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Y en español encontré este sitio que también está apoyando la idea de liberar libros.
En sus propias palabras: "Todo lo que tienes que hacer es dejar un libro en donde tú desees para que alguien más lo encuentre y lo lea. Con el registro que hagas del libro podrás seguir su camino para siempre."

Y entonces.... nos animamos a liberar un libro?

Aug 30, 2008

Aug 26, 2008

Conjunctivitis

So... here I'm at home, with conjunctivitis. My eyes look pretty ok... not too pink and definitively not red as the ones of Wouter. It feels as if a grain of sand is permanently inside one of my eyes, and it is a big temptation to scratch (at least through the surface). The medicine that we got from our "house-doctor" (nothing to do with the series) is pretty oily, and blurs the world for about half an hour, and it also tastes awful (I get the flavor of the medicine in my mouth...). But anyhow, that it is all there is.
I hope that it will not last too much, and in the mean time I'll be working in the abstract of my never-ending paper, reading a couple of new articles and creating some artificial data to test the new "developments" we have in mind. All these at home, in half speed.

Aug 17, 2008

Aug 11, 2008

Endings and beginnings

I finished a long book that I was looking forward to read, but that disappointed me a little,
I finished a long game that I was sooo happy to play,
and I hope to finish my never-ending paper this week.

And I'm very happy to hear of the beginning of a little life in the home of a very good friend of mine!
and the arrival of another one in the home of my officemate. :)

Endings and beginnings all around!

Aug 9, 2008

Little bird


They are called gorrión in spanish, musje in dutch and sparrow in english.
Do you know their name in other languages?

It's not me, I'm a stranger



That was what this guy said to me! ;)

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