Saturday, 24 October 2009

Dress like it's autumn

[ source images ; tags fall. autumn. fashion. ]

Thursday, 22 October 2009

From a student

Right now I'm studying in the University Library.
It's so crowded (but yet silenced!) 'cause the exams start next week...
Hibbeler (statics&dynamics), Stewart (calculus; math obviously), Coole (Mechanical engineering), they're all around me.

I just wrote down how you can find a numerical sollution to a nonlinear differential equation.
I'm so into mathematics right now.
The fact is, I study Industrial Design Engineering,
and besides drawing, brainstorming, coming up with brilliant ideas and other stuff
we're suppose to know math, dynamics, statistics & materials science.

I really like studying in the library though :)
Since everyone is studying, you're not so often distracted
and you won't go clean your house, make coffee or do other 'actually not so important' stuff.
I even feel guilty writing on my blog right now haha!
And last but not least, there are a lot of handsome guys.

Wednesday, 21 October 2009

I heart it :)

new founds on!
source images here & here & here & here

Tuesday, 20 October 2009


There are a million important things to do
But none as important
as lying here next to you
I made this photo during our last trip to Val Thorens, France.
A week full of friendship & joy.
Can't wait for our next vacation!

5 Things I love this week

1. Tumblr
I'm still figuring it all out,
and I haven't post anything yet,
(just following other people :D )
But I already l.o.v.e. it!

2. Fair-trade-organic-coffee
I know it's kinda awkward, but it just feels better.
Like you're creating a better world,
by drinking your daily coffee.
And that for just 3 cents more!

3. Roses
My mother bought this huge bouquet of roses
from me and my homies.
Matching with our new-colored-kitchen [pink & silver!]
4. San Francisco Girl by bay

5. Alphabeat - 10.000 Nights of Thunder
This song is so sweet.
Just exactly how I feel right now.

Monday, 19 October 2009

Monday Afternoon

I'm terribly addicted to
Check out my new founds:

Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile.
The woods are full of fairies; the sea is full of fish;
the trees are full of golden leaves; let's make an autumn wish!

Sunday, 18 October 2009

There's no place like home

There's nothing half as pleasant as coming home again
- Margaret Elizabeth Sangster

Home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts.
- Oliver Wendell Holmes
Home is the place where, when you have to go there,
They have to take you in.
- Robert Fros
I had a lot of dates but I decided to stay home and dye my eyebrows. - Andy Warhol
There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort
- Jane Austen

Photography - Tim Walker

I adore Tim Walkers wonderland of photography.
Another picspam! :)

if you see this wonderworld...
you start believe in fairy tales too, don't you?

Weheartit - Collages

Sunday Book Review

Plot Summary
[contains spoilers!]

Audere, agere, auferre.
To dare, to strive, to conquer.

For generations, privileged young men have attended St. Oswald's Grammar School for Boys, groomed for success by the likes of Roy Straitley, the eccentric Classics teacher who has been a fixture there for more than thirty years. But this year the wind of unwelcome change is blowing. Suits, paperwork, and information technology are beginning to overshadow St. Oswald's tradition, and Straitley is finally, and reluctantly, contemplating retirement. He is joined this term by five new faculty members, including one who -- unbeknownst to Straitley and everyone else -- holds intimate and dangerous knowledge of St. Oswald's ways and secrets. Harboring dark ties to the school's past, this young teacher has arrived with one terrible goal: to destroy St. Oswald's.

As the new term gets under way, a number of incidents befall students and faculty alike. Beginning as small annoyances -- a lost pen, a misplaced coffee mug -- they are initially overlooked. But as the incidents escalate in both number and consequence, it soon becomes apparent that a darker undercurrent is stirring within the school. With St. Oswald's unraveling, only Straitley stands in the way of its ruin. The veteran teacher faces a formidable opponent, however -- a master player with a bitter grudge and a strategy that has been meticulously planned to the final move, a secret game with very real, very deadly consequences.

A harrowing tale of cat and mouse, this riveting, hypnotically atmospheric novel showcases New York Times bestselling author Joanne Harris's astonishing storytelling talent as never before. [source]

I really enjoyed reading this book!

It's the fifth book I read from Joanne Harris,

And it's just wonderful how she writes from different perspectives,

this time like a Chess game.

I actually read this book in Dutch,

where it's called "Schaakmat" [Checkmate]

If you like old (school)buildings, English traditions,

Harry Potter (without the magic), mystery or psychology

You should definitely read this book :)

Saturday, 17 October 2009

Ed Westwick & Leighton Meester

don't you think they just look adorable together?

of course, I fell in love with them
during that amazing limo scene
[episode 7 - season 1]

such passion
such love

Chuck: You know, they say when you love something, you should set it free...
Blair: Ugh, they say when you hate something, you should slam a door in it's face.
Blair: We need to talk.
Chuck: I prefer to talk after.

Chuck: I was a coward running away again. But everywhere I went, you caught up with me. So I had to come back.
Blair: I want to believe you, but I can't. You've hurt me too many times.
Chuck: Then believe me this time.
Blair: That's it?
Chuck: [pauses] I love you, too. (they kiss)
Blair: Can you say it twice? (laughs) No, I'm serious, say it twice.
Chuck: I love you, I love you, I love you. (kissing)