Everyone has their addictions. Some are crueller than others, some require more attention. But, they all lead and end at the same place.
Brace yourselves, this is going to be a long post. It has been a month since I saw Crimson Peak. And you know what, I liked it. Ever since it was announced that Guillermo del Toro was making a new movie, set in the early 20th century with gothic tones, I have been waiting for it with excitement. A true gothic tale around autumn holidays sounded great. So, when I went to see it, there was no doubt that I got everything I wanted from it. However, not everyone felt that way. Continue reading
On Monday the week later, Joss got a phone call from the authorities. When he sent all those papers to be released from paying back his student loan, one form was not filled properly. According to the decree from last month, published in the official government journal, the agency for student loans only recognized when the main application document contained student’s signature in the bottom right corner on its back side. Joss remembered that he did sign the application on its back side, however, he put his signature in the bottom left corner. Cold sweat ran down his neck. The due date for sending a new, correctly signed application was Tuesday, the next day. Continue reading
Swans have appeared. They were snowflakes against the blue surface of the lake. They were rocking on the waves, as the breeze touched upon their feathers. The dam stood as a fortress, as they were floating towards it. It was getting colder. The sun was setting. Soon, there was nothing but a bright lining on top of hills and the woods surrounding the lake. Everything was silent, except for the water, which murmured softly as it hit the stone steps on the dam. Continue reading