For me summer is the perfect time for reading and trying new things. Like cooking. I’ve never been good at this. That’s why I’ve decided that it was about time to teach myself. So I asked my mother and my grandmother if they could help me. And they said YES (of course, they love me :D).
Now I’m gonna share with you a few pictures of the things I’ve cooked. I hope you like it.
“ I love books. I love that moment when you open one and sink into it you can escape from the world, into a story that’s way more interesting than yours will ever be. ”
– Elizabet Scott
There’s nothing better than lаying in bed and reading books. I could do this forever. It really does helps me to forget about the world for awhile and chill, plus it’s good for your imagination and it can help you understand and relate to people better.
Trust me you’ll learn a lot of things if you read.
My summer reading list:
· Looking for Alaska by John Green
· ‘Salem’s Lot by Stephen King
· Divergent by Veronica Roth
· Heat Rises by Richard Castle
· И за Америка като за Америка by Марко Семов
On the second week of summer my friend Maria came from Sofia for a few days. We don’t see each other very often – only once in a year, so whenever she’s here we spend most of the time together.
We went cycling several times. I shot a short video with my GoPro.
We had a great time.
I miss her.
Here’s me riding a bike 🙂
For a really long time I have wanted to buy myself a new camera. I started saving the money which were given to me from school because of my good grades. I wanted to spend them for something different and yet still good. I decided to get a GoPro. GoPros are known for being compact, lightweight, rugged, wearable or mountable in unusual places such as outside a quadcopter, planes, cars, boats, bicycle and motorcycle helmets.
This is one of the first photos I took of myself with the new camera.
There is a time in our life, when we are young, strong and healthy, when we try many things, when we feel like we can change the world. That time is our adolescence. Nevertheless probably every teenager thinks that this is the most unhappiest time in his life.
Because of hormonal changes some people are getting spotty and thick. Their voice is breaking – especially boyish voice. Girls are getting plump. What a disaster! Teens are getting more exacting in their outward. Sometimes this is a reason to be impolite and rude in attitude to the others. Are you wearing the same clothes over again this week? Wrong choise! – that certainly someone will tell you in the face. In adolescence teens are getting more nervous and irritable, too. Parents and teachers are annoying (even when they are right) – they always don’t like what and how do young. No one understands teen problems! You don’t even have enough money!
Although adolescence is a hard period it has his good sides. You have no responsibilities – you don’t have to race money for bills, you don’t have to go to work… The best part is that parents have to look after you. You have the chance to try different things and to find out in what area you are good. You have time for things you like-friends, sports, music, cinema.
Adolescence can be the most unhappiest time in your life. Only you can choose how to feel this period. It’s up to YOU!
Against a dark sky all flowers look like fireworks. There is something strange about them, at once vivid and secret, like flowers traced in fire in the phantasmal garden of a witch.
~G.K. Chesterton, Alarms and Discursions, “The Glory of Grey”