Ya know it’s Christmas in July when the puppeh turns into a reindeer (?)
- Kimchi the corgi.
Dear Exam Office,
as outlined under “Graduation Procedure”, I would like to inform you of an update in my personal details that I just made:
I have just contacted the SSC about changing my name for the diploma to match my name in legal documents, which is “Lana” (mononym). So far I have been registered as either “Lana, FNU Lana” or “Lana, Lana”.
I hope to have informed you sufficiently.
My studies is exciting and all, but there are times when I feel like I should have applied to do my master’s at the building right across from the SBE… the conservatorium Maastricht. Why can’t I double major for life. #thesisblues
Mini fruit tarts (with vanilla pudding. A touch of rum would have made it taste much more wonderful but I’m currently living a thesis writing life, so no rum).
I decided after I finish my thesis properly that I would gift myself a new camera lens. Motivation! >:)
Via Lana's Cookie Tin
Dinner of improvised goat cheese honey bruschetta, beer, and dark chocolate. I need some fruits. (Well cocoa beans are fruits, right?)
"I miss my dog" post:
Kimchi the corgi- 5 months and 3 years old. This face always makes me laugh.
Lana in the library.
the first day of my laaaaaast course in grad school today!
P.S. do I look 24 years old?
Chocolate raspberry macarons!
Sooo yesterday was my birthday, and look, a present from the baking gods: feet on my macarons.
For mom and dad who didn’t get to attend the shows :D
Pictures from last year’s IDeFix theater shows are now on the website! Click “2013” on the top bar.
If you want your children to be intelligent, read them fairy tales. If you want them to be very intelligent, read them more fairy tales.–
Not too much Indonesian folk stories, though— some of them are just downright bizarre. The fallen hero turns to stone practically in every other folk story.
Also, my brother had nightmares from a storybook that had Snow White turned into a tree trunk with a pair of eyes and lipstick.
Key is, don’t overdo it.Via Explore
Found out when reading cooking directions that the Dutch word for “quantity” is hoeveelheid— or in English “howmuchness”. HOWMUCHNESS. That’s darn cute.– I don’t know Dutch but a mix of German, English, and Indonesian skills gave me this strangely good sense to understand it, which only makes me lazier to learn it properly, I guess.