At last, a couple of hours of peace and quiet at home. I just came home from a three-hour biking trip with my younger sister and have to cool down a bit before I can go to bed.
So, what’s happened lately? I was supposed to write something about Ylonz, but never got the time to do it, so I’ll start off with that.
Phew, what a weekend. I had to skip school/work today just to recover from the adventures in Tartu. Our friendship organization Eesti Üliõpilaste Selts celebrated their 136th anniversary and we were of course invited to the party. An 8-man strong squad from the Ostrobotnian students’ associations decided to check out what the estonian parties are like. And what a party it became.
We fought well but it wasn’t enough. The Urho-mystery was won by another team yesterday morning. We only had one clue yet to get from the organizers, but apparently they were asleep when we requested it, so the other team beat us to the treasure. Anyway, it was a fantastic experience although I haven’t been sleeping much this week since we’ve been crunching riddles all night. Looking forward to a sequel next year.
This weekend was supposed to be a sober and quiet one, since my parents are visiting (sleeping at my place) and I’ve been partying more than enough this spring already. I was almost on my way to this student’s union party on Saturday but forgot to respond to the invitation in time. “Just as well”, I thought and was already looking forward to a peaceful weekend for once. But easily convinced as I am, my friend talked me into coming anyway and arranged with the organizers yesterday morning that I could come. Now afterwards, I thank him. The party was really good and there were loads of new, interesting and sweet people there. Life is full of surprises. My mom got worried and called me when I hadn’t gotten home at 7 in the morning. Luckily she isn’t here all the time – for her own sake…