This Easter was full of many surprises, good and bad. Here’s what happened:
Wednesday evening they told us that Thursday was a holiday. Naturally, I still had to work, since no one bothered to let is know beforehand, you know, so that we could make plans…
I read a hilarious article in the magazine “Tabula”. People asked priests if they were allowed to take showers this Friday and if throwing away colored eggs’ skins was a sin. This was followed by a long discussion on FB, where my friend argued that questions like these indicate brain atrophy and his opponent kept posting arguments with lots of exclamation points. In the end, the other guy just deleted all of his comments. Thus, my friend looked like he was arguing with himself. Very mature.
My hubby and I went to the Church on Easter. It was nice. We got wet though. I guess rain is my destiny for this year.
Keeping up with the theme, hubby and I watched Pasolini’s “Gospel by Matthew” and really enjoyed it.
By the power of karma, I was denied shower privileges for about a week. 1st, there was no hot water, due to no gas. Then, the weather was windy (I can’t turn on the gas heater in the wind). Later, the water stopped running. And this is why I became one of those stinky marshrutka riders I described in my previous post.
Yesterday, I discovered that I can eat three whole medium Paskas in one day.
That might be the reason why I woke up in the middle of the night with abdominal pain and cried until Giga got me medicine. I can’t stand any physical pain and that is not good. I was lucky to escape major injuries, surgeries and toothaches till now, but who knows what the future holds for me.
I spent lots of time with my family.
I slept during daytime twice, also not good.
I worked a bit, though I had planned to work more. I still have stuff to do tonight.
I’ve got to reach my ultimate goal for these holidays—washing all the laundry. Interestingly, that has sparked a whole housewify discussion on FB as well.
Apparently, I spent lots of time on FB.
Dreadful things happened on “The Celebrity Apprentice”.
Hubby and I started watching the second season of “Community”. So far, it is not as funny as the first one.
Just right now I watched an interview of Georgian men, ridiculing Georgian laws that allow fathers to take a leave when their babies are born. Answers like: “that is a maternity leave! Women take it!” and “there is a Georgian saying: a grandma by the cradle, a grandpa with another woman (rhymes in Georgian)” were uttered not only by our fellow stupid men in the street, but also by our non-fellow stupid politicians, not in the streets, but in the parliament, a place where likes of them actually approved this leave.
On this “positive” note, Happy Easter everybody, whether Easter means a colored egg, a fluffy bunny or a Paska to you!
Abusing bunnies is a sin!
P.S. pic: eggs that I colored.