viernes, 27 de diciembre de 2013

Strange instects like me

I've been a little down for a while. I need to think about what to do with my life while living between two houses, none of them my home. So I feel stuck again, but I'm trying to enjoy my Christmas. As always, there's something positive and it's that I'm not spending that big amount of money in presents as I used to.

Trying to give myself a break and, as a little whim to my traveller soul, I'm going to spend 4 days in London. I'll meet my lovely friend S, who I met in Nottingham, and I'll recharge my happiness for a long time. I can't wait to go there again and listen to the people talking in English, gosh, believe me if I tell you I miss that language like crazy! It's been around 8 months without listening English more than 1 hour. I might die when I listen "fudge" or "tree" or "see ya". By the way, do you know "see ya" sounds like "silla"?? Silla means chair in Spanish and I tell you British say it exactly the same than Spanish. But the English "t" sounds great to me, I want to be boarding right now!!

Well, let's chill out and wait patiently. Do you remember my last strangest animals? Now it's time for insects. I found this orchid mantis in Colossal, it's really impressive. Every day I'm most captivated by nature, I've always been. Since long time ago I think the most perfect funeral for me would be that they leave my body in the forest so the animals, insects and soil could something useful with me.

You can find more other mantis like these if you search floral mantis. I really like them, it makes me think "How the fuck can the nature create the whole world!?!? I love you Mother Nature.

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