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30 November 2010 @ 06:19 pm
SNOW  
So it's snowing at the moment over here and that's seriously amazing because it hasn't snowed in November as long as I've lived in England. If we do get snow, it's not usually until January at least. It actually hasn't really snowed where I live yet but Google tells me there's a chance it will in the next couple of days.

I haven't forgotten about that writing meme but every time I try and write more than a few words on the computer, my inspiration vanishes. I will get there eventually though! /...so fail

Oh and welcome, rubyshad0w! You'll find I'm not that exciting and don't post that often but it's nice to have another Hetalia fan on my f-list.
 
 
 
RubyRodeRoos: afternoonrubyshad0w on December 1st, 2010 02:01 pm (UTC)
It's snowing here in Belgium too! Actually, i had already seen it before, but it's the first time i live with snow in my life. the problem is that i never sensed such a freezing temperature before(-8ºC) and it will be even worse... You, north guys, have really gorgeous cities, but your weather is unbelieveble!

I love your icon! I love your simplicity! and I love your modesty! XD So, let's discover that everybody is exciting and has something really amazing!
Laurellaurelsblue on December 1st, 2010 10:24 pm (UTC)
Really? I guess you don't get much usually. -8? Brrr. Don't think it's got that low here yet in the day.

Hah. England's not that far north really and I live in the south anyway. Some of the coldest places I remember being were Paris one Christmas and the Atlas mountains of Morocco at Easter and Christmas.

Thanks! I picked it because of the snow. It's a English thing. Putting ourselves down is how we know we're really English. xD
RubyRodeRoos: afternoonrubyshad0w on December 1st, 2010 11:37 pm (UTC)
Oh! I traveled a lot :) (see?? you have an exciting life!)
I will be in Paris the last week of this year, i can't imagine how it will be, but i know it will be inhuman (for me)!

Putting yourselfs down? Really?? Lol but the english pride is known all over the world!
Laurellaurelsblue on December 2nd, 2010 07:38 pm (UTC)
Really? Where have you been?
My sister told me an Estonian boy at her school was going around without a jacket earlier this week. It all depends on what you're used to, I guess!

It's a complicated thing! On one hand, we all know that England's the best country, but on the other, it's bad form to actually say that or show any pride in it.
RubyRodeRoos: afternoonrubyshad0w on December 2nd, 2010 11:09 pm (UTC)
LOL Oh my, i'm sorry, what a stupid thing. I said "I" and wanted to say "You"...

"Oh! You traveled a lot :) (see?? you have an exciting life!)" - (that makes more sense, right? lol)

hugs!
Laurellaurelsblue on December 3rd, 2010 07:43 pm (UTC)
It's fine, honestly. But you must have travelled a bit as well if you used to lived (grew up?) in Lisbon but now live in Belgium.
RubyRodeRoos: afternoonrubyshad0w on December 3rd, 2010 09:45 pm (UTC)
I've lived in 4 countries (first years in spain, grew up in portugal, then i lived some months in china, and now i'm living here for one year). But i'm not used to travel, even less if it's for tourism. "Atlas mountains of Morocco" sounds crazly exotic to me!
Laurellaurelsblue on December 3rd, 2010 10:00 pm (UTC)
That's more than me! (I was born in England but spent the best part of my first eight years in Morocco before moving back to England.) I guess I'm pretty used to it so it's normal to me. (I'm spoiled by all those foreign holidays.) More exotic than China? Not really...
RubyRodeRoos: afternoonrubyshad0w on December 4th, 2010 06:40 pm (UTC)
lmao spoiled?? Good Holidays don't spoil people, work does it :D god bless our exotic travels! kisses!