Wednesday, 23 March 2011

From the Dust returned

I have exactly 9 minutes to make a new post, since it is the time left for a new Bones episode to download. But I feel posting will take longer.
Anyway, I'm glad I'm still able to find suitable post titles from the huge Bradbury's list of books, and i'm actually quite surprized why the hell it goes so well, 'cause I spend less than a minute looking for a title. I could explain the phenomena if post themes were clear to me before I start blogging, but no, it goes the other way, seems like book titles catch my eye and inspire me to write. That's mad.

All previous weeks (like, 4 or even 5) I've been constantly ill (first fought with flu, then catched a cold and quinsy, bleeeegh) and wasn't capable of making any translations for and I'm so ashamed of that :( Carol, if you read this, just know that I'm all blushed and uncomfortable because of it. So yeah, this night will be awesome, filled with playing with words, hugging with notebook and drinking a full pot of tea. As I said, awesome! Also some new things were lauched on the forums (such as some "TH birthday present project) aaaand I missed them too. What a loser.

Oh, my 9 minutes are over now, so I really gotta go and meet Plamen Dimov's interview and juicy news from Petrax Studio!

aaand in conclusion some music :)
This is one of my favourite Russian artists Nikolay Noskov (foreigners might remember him as lead vocalist of USSR hard rock band "Gorky Park" back in the 90s). Here he performs a very calm and soothing piece of music called "Romans" (which means "Sorrowful love song") with some classical piece of lyrics (by poet Nikolay Gumilev, written in July 1917)

1 comment:

  1. Hehe I just PM'ed you actually.

    I'm only concerned for your health not the translations :)
    Glad you seem to be feeling better, my son just recovered from 2 weeks of horrible flu like viral ichyness haha (technical term)

    I was updating my blog and noticed you did yours so good find :)