It’s beginning to look like Christmas only now…

I haven’t posted in quite a while here, but hey, I’m still alive and kicking. First of all, I would like to wish you all happy holidays, I hope you are enjoying it. I’ve been so absent because holidays here are actually days we use to study. I’ve got exams in January, so ever day I lock myself away and study… Which is hard for brains like mine. Concentration remains an issue, but hey, I’m not doing that bad at all! I think. We’ll see how the grades turn out.
A side effect of this, is that I’m OCD’ing real hard these days. Ever since I returned to university at the end of September I have been OCD’ing more than before. I figured that maybe it was caused by the lack of control I had over the situation with Russia. It completely exploded once I stayed home to study. I can check it the doors are closed ten times and still something in me isn’t convinced that yes, the door is closed. The same with shutting out the lights. I return almost every time just to see if I really did that. It’s quite annoying, but I try to stop it.

Further on we’ve got snow here – which was unexpected! To me, at least. I heard that it would snow here, but something in me didn’t believe it. The day before it wasn’t even so cold… But one morning I woke up and saw that everything was covered in snow, and I just stood there staring at it because I was so surprised. But you know, it looks good, and I don’t mind it at all. Also the cold doesn’t disturb me. I don’t go outside that often, because studying, but when I do, I tell myself that it still feels okay.
Which is actually just an attempt to train myself for Poland.

Well, there isn’t anything exciting these days, so I will leave you with this sign of life. I hope to write some intersting posts soon, but currently I’m lacking inspiration – this atmosphere doesn’t create the best ideas, believe me. I’ll leave the talking to you for now!

Do you like snow? Do you mind cold? And do you perhaps know how to stop yourself from OCD’ing?

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  1. Snow is great if it means I don’t have to go into work, otherwise it’s just a bit annoying.

    I don’t really have any OCD tendencies so I can’t help with that stuff I’m afraid. You could try chopping your fingers off though.

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    • I could try that and see how it goes!

      Well, yeah, as soon as only a few trains still go and the buses don’t drive and you can get nowhere because of the snow, that sucks. But when I can walk around in it a little bit, and otherwise only watch it, that’s great!

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  2. NotAPunkRocker

     /  December 29, 2014

    I like snow if I live in an area that knows how to deal with it. 🙂

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    • Hahaha exactly! About two years ago we had a lot of snow here (well, for Belgium) and we were so not prepared, djeeze. The economical losses were giant, and I was just thinking ‘it’s winter, how unexpected can snow be…?’

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  3. I hate snow, and so does alien leg 😦 And I so get the checking doors thing, I always doubt that I have locked it even though I have continually checked it lol
    Have a good New Year young un x

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    • Hmm yes 😦 Do you have snow now? Or are you escaping it?
      So you haven’t figured a solution either… Maybe we must make it into a challenge for both of us 😉

      For you too! x

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      • No snow, but usually the months after Christmas can be the coldest. Its been white, but only due to bad frost

      • Well that’s not always better. I hope it’s not too slippery then! Up here we only got one day of snow, and it’s been pretty cold for about three or four days maximum. The temperatures are going up again.
        Which is good, because I’ll be outside tonight 😉

      • Well have a lovely evening wherever you end up and a happy start to the New Year 🙂

      • A year that is hopefully better and shinier and funnier than 2014 – because better is always the aim! I hope your year will be wonderful, Eejit 🙂

  4. BEAUTYCALYPSE

     /  December 30, 2014

    Well I like snow; it makes beauty out of everything, just like lush greenery in summer does. I have no OCD issues to report, but sometimes the wintery weather gives me a very weird mood, something between bored and tired, where in fact I have no reason to feel either! 🙂

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    • Hmm yes, I think I know what you mean. Maybe reading helps?
      I like snow too now I have the great urge to go to Poland and Russia. Suddenly I look forward to it 😀

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      • BEAUTYCALYPSE

         /  December 31, 2014

        Well good luck with the Eastern winter project then! 🙂

  5. Ah, I love snow, so I totally know what you mean!
    Happy New Year, doll!

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