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♥ The twelfth season of Grey’s Anatomy, I will never get enough of it
♥ The sixth season of Pretty Little Liars and finally some answersss
♥ The fifth season of Suits. Rooting for Harvey and Donna over here!
♥ A spontaneous little citytrip pretty soon.
♥ Re-watching Sex & the City. I have this sudden urge to watch it again.
♥ Not being such a series-addict. Or no, lol, who am I kidding, I LOVE it!!
♥ Summerrrr, of course. We already had some good days in the Netherlands just recently, but right now the weather is not that great. So fingers crossed that it will change again pretty soon! Then we can have dinner outside, wear tanktops, dresses, hear the birds, see more flowers, go to the beach, make nice evening hikes.. I can go on for a little longer but I think you get the picture haha, I love summer.
♥ All my piano lessons ahead. I just started and & am really enjoying it!
♥ Swim in the river again that is just a few minutes from my home
♥ Finally knowing what I want to do with my life. Lol, this is not as dramatic as it sounds. But study-wise I’m totally at loss. I’m not quite sure what I want to become and what I want to study. I do know that I would like to work with children, always such an amusement! But what exactly do I want? Working in a hospital/school or anything, not really sure. Ane one a recommandation or other an option? :)
♥ Reading some more books. Right now I’m reading the Cider House Rules, which was written by John Irving. I love reading in the garden when the sun is shining and when there is a little breeze, so that it won’t get too hot. Oooo, those are the good days ♥
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This week I finished reading Paper Towns. And I’ve got mixed feeling about it. In overall I liked the book, only it took quite some time to finish it, because like halfway I was kind of loosing interest. Although I still wanted to know what was going to happen next, it took a bit too long for that thing to actually happen :p But overall, I really liked the experience of this book!
I like the way John Green writes and I’m also pretty excited about the movie that will be coming out based on Paper Towns starring Nat Wolff and Cara Delevigne. That will be interesting! It will be out on the 25th of June, so that won’t be long at all.
But the most important thing: the story. It’s about Quentin, who is a introverted boy with a couple of close friends. Margo is the girl next door who he always liked, ever since they were kids. When they were younger they discovered a death body in a park near to their home, and that’s something that has always stayed with them. Margo is not a ordinairy girl. She has a strong voice and as Q and Margo are growing older they kind of loose contact. Untill she appears in front of Q’s window and she wants his help in some kind of adventure. What follows is one weird night and after that: Margo dissapears and the ‘quest’ for Margo is started by Quentin himself. Where did she go and why exactly did she leave like this?
I love the links between the search and Walt Whitman’s book Leaves of Grass. John Green once again created some vivid characters! If you are into his writing, I’m sure you will enjoy this book as well!
Last Friday I watched The Reader. A couple of years ago I also watched this movie, but I couldn’t really remember it anymore because I was pretty young back then and probably wasn’t looking so closely.
Nevertheless, I was really happy that I watched it again. I thought the movie was so good! Kate Winslet is just one of those actresses that always amazes me and David Kross delivered such a good performance.
As I’m writing this post, the story is still playing so vividly in my mind. I think I will get the book this week in the library. It is supposed to be really good.
The movie is about a woman, Hanna, who is starting an affair with Michael, who is a teenager. One day Hanna just dissapears, and a couple of years later Hanna and Michael encounter eachother again in court. The acting was just so good, David Kross’ acting just completely took you out of this world and in to the movie. The whole time you’re trying to understand how everything could have happened and why the persons involved are the way they are. I especially loved the parts where Hanna and Michael are still young and how the relationship takes its form. If you haven’t seen this movie yet, I would really like to recommand you to watch it!