Days are passing by as bullets from the M16 rifle, and I don’t have time to catch them or to even notice them. These four days were filled with various experiences, and I hadn’t time to rest. But I do regret nothing.
Project 365 of 2017: Days 5–8. Hair dyeing, shopping and new Japanese classes
I wrote about this day already. You can find what’s happened on Friday here. I don’t see any reason why I should write about this amazing concert again. So no photos today.
A lot happened on Saturday… The morning started with the new Japanese Classes. My previous collective named Hanami (“flower viewing”) parted ways and I moved into a new one named Tsubame (“Japanese train service”). The name is quite a symbolic because this collective headed far away from me and I need a lot more practice to be on the same level with them. More competitive and more interesting. We spent three hours studying Japanese. I was a little bit stunned after the concert, but it was almost ok. In the middle of the day, I sang a lot. Four weeks without a solid practice! Tired as hell. And finally, I dyed my hair. First I thought about a pink and grey colour, but uncertainty did its job and I went into a mix of blue, green (bleach effects from previous dyeings) and purple. Seems to be ok for me. Not perfect though. This dye is very easy to wash away, so I’m already planning a new colour. Ash grey perhaps? I need to prove my alias.
My inner introvert died today as we spent a whole day in the city mall doing some shopping related things. But it’s getting warmer and warmer in the Saint-Petersburg. I almost have no clothes to wear in the warm season.
Today I finally had time to plant my seeds of a pomegranate and a mulberry in my new pots. Let’s cross our fingers and hope for the best!