I always say I’m a shy person. I have no clue why people don’t believe a word of it. They can’t see the efforts I put to engage in conversations, how much I have to cheer myself before talking to people, or even how I must control my peristaltic movements before being «social». The only thing they see is a
My neighborhood is alive. It’s a bursting with life from dusk until dawn. I was silly, believing that it would be the same as the silent group of buildings I was living in, in the National-Capital. People were mostly minding their own business, aside from neighbors from Hell (I believe I talked about them before. Those crappy students were partying
The metro scares me. I arrive in there and keep myself as far as possible of the boarding line. I have the feeling that someone will appear to kick me off the platform, in a Francis Underwood fashion, and bye bye Dreammy! No, I have not found news about this kind of accidents but it still scares me. I
I am definitely going from an extreme to the other. I just remembered last winter in Québec. I’ve wanted to take my Sunday breakfast at the nearby coffee shop. It was incredibly cold outside (-28C but it really felt like -38). I’ve decided I would not be staying at home in spite of the polar weather; because the loneliness of
Some place in my new apartment holds all the things that I love, which I’d always carry in my bag if I were a nomad: books, paintings, toys, some souvenirs from my home in Peru. Only a couple of bookstands keep the things that I really care about. This special place is also space where I let my eyes linger
Oh my gosh, I left this place abandoned! I’ve been doing video blogs, studying at the university and planning to move to another city. Not exactly in that order. Not with equal priority. (You can check my videoblog’s first season here. In Spanish only) As you can see, I did not have the time to write nor to paint and,
Winter is coming and you are already started planning forward, in the middle of the summer when sun came out for half of a day and then it rained for the three next days. Thanks to global warming, el Niño and your luck, you cannot know the future – but who cares about the forecast – you keep your raincoat
Las gracias a @fatimatv por el link.