SwedenPosted by Tim Sun, November 23, 2014 11:21:50
When I entered the bus that morning a few days ago I had no idea of what kind of adventure that day would turn out to be. As I was ready to exit the bus I saw a guy from my school sleeping and I decided to wake him up and during the next few seconds I fulfilled that decision. He was very grateful to me for the help.
Later in the classroom I realized that I had forgot my gloves on the bus. I became very worried and thought about what to do. I did some research and decided to call the bus company. The man on the phone told me that the driver had found the gloves and gave me the location of the place he had hidden them at. I asked one of my classmates if I could borrow his bike and he said that I could definitely borrow his bike and we went out to get it. When we stood by some bikes he realized that he had not travelled to school by bike that day but in a car.
Just that moment the guy who slept on the bus passed by on a bike and I found it a good thing to do to call his name. He stopped and I asked him where he was going. He told me he was going to the very hiding place I too were intending to pay a visit because he had forgot his bag at the bus. I asked him if he could give me a ride on the bike which was fine for him.
When we finally arrived at the scene we met a woman who at first did not know anything about our belongings but after a few calls could verify that they were still in the bus. We went to the location of the bus and entered it. We found our belonging after searching the bus, thanked the woman and went back to the school.
The rest of the school day went on as usual and after school I ate some food with my family. I remember sitting at the restaurant satisfied with having fulfilled the days adventures but if I only new that the adventures had only began for the day and would get even greater and weirder than any mind could possibly imagine. Except maybe a mind with just a little bit of fantasy since I guess it was not a very unusual turn of events I experienced that evening.
I do not find it to bring any value to the story so I will leave you for now and end the story of my day which is only a small and in comparison unimportant part of the great story of my life in which you can read about adventures far more exciting than this one.
SwedenPosted by Tim Thu, November 13, 2014 22:31:19
It has come to my knowledge that the pieces of so called "art" that I wrote about in the previous post was more expansive than any of us can imagine. The price for these two things were 250,000 sek each. That is even very expensive for real art and even more expensive for something you would much rather be without. Half a million lost, nothing gained...
SwedenPosted by Tim Sat, October 25, 2014 06:43:24
My school has decided to build some "art" at the school. They put some doors outside of the entrance where there used to be a bench... They also put some pipes on the walls.
SwedenPosted by Tim Sat, October 25, 2014 06:35:07
My birthday was for about a month ago. I got a lot of presents. I will come home during the winter vacation. I don't have any details right now but I'll see you then. I didn't have any school on my birthday so I spent some of the day at the driving school and drove around for some time. In the evening I ate sushi.
SwedenPosted by Tim Wed, September 03, 2014 20:25:49
Yesterday was Simon's birthday. He became eighteen years old and we went to his home after school. Later we went on a birthday dinner and he ate meat. I don't have any pictures.
SwedenPosted by Tim Wed, September 03, 2014 18:31:03
I wan't to start this post with telling you something. The problem with the photos I've been suffering with was caused by the superb quality of my camera. This blog doesn't not accept pictures over 20MP. My camera has the capacity of taking pictures in 20.7MP...
Let's move on to what I was planing to write about. School started a few weeks ago. I'm in a new class and a new school building. I got my school computer back and I'm not entirely sure which is most annoying, Windows or the Swedish keyboard. I think Windows is the most annoying of these two even if the keyboard is very annoying too. The Swedish keyboard layot is very stupid...
We have done uninteresting school stuff so I'll end this post here. Bye :P
SwedenPosted by Tim Wed, September 03, 2014 17:47:07
Yuu and Midori came to Sweden about a month ago. I wrote a post about it but it was unfortunately I wasn't able to post it and it got deleted for all eternity. I decided to rewrite it and I'm sorry for the time it has taken.
Anyway, Yuu and Midori arrived in Sweden the first of august. We where about 1.5 hours late because the car crashed itself on the way. We finally arrived at the airport and picked them up. We went home.
During their stay here we visited Stockholm, other cities, lakes, the zoo, my grandma, and we even palyed with "ands". If you didn't understand the word in quotes it wasn't meant for you. I'm sorry but I leave you to cure your own ignorance this time.
We have a lot of fun and I will try to upload some pictures now. I hope I have more luck this time than I had with the post about Kohei.
SwedenPosted by Tim Tue, August 05, 2014 03:29:30
I'm sorry that I've not been uploading for a while. I've had visitors (I still do actually) so I've not had so much time to spend to the art of writing and even less to the art of blogging. All my writing time have been spent on my diary, which I, as you may expect, write in daily.
Anyway, on the evening on the 14th of July Kohei arrived at Arlanda Airport outside of Stockholm. We drove home to me and arrived pretty late but not to late for a guided tour of the vast lands of what is now my garden.
We went to a lot of places including a lot of lakes, cities, including Norrköping, Stockholm, Finspång and Linköping, friends and some other random places tourists usually like to attend.
Here are some pictures. It ended up being one picture because I got some problem with uploading more. More pictures may come later.