So lately I've been very busy. Handling both school, family matters and other issues outside, while balancing them all out without forgetting about friends IRL has been keeping me really busy and always tired. But, this weekend was just so great, near the best weekend of my life.
Me and @Pandemonium
(Marie) spent the weekend together at my mother's house, in the condominium, which you can read about in my biography.
It was amazing to see my mother once again, after such a long time. Two of the most important people in my life in one place results in an unforgetable weekend.
Saturday afternoon was spent at the condominium's pool, with Marie and my step sister, Nina. It was fun, although the water was cold as fuck, I still took a dive and took the liberty of hugging Marie after while she was catching some sun. ;P
It was great. We both relaxed a lot.
Later that night was due my mother's book's release! Some guests came for a small formal buffet in my mother's house and we had to dress all formal. That didn't stop me from eating a lot though.
After taht we went into a large disco in the city where the book's release ceremony took place. It was great, seeing my mother so happy with her achievement, and made me so proud.
Here is me and Marie in that disco.
The book ceremony went pretty well. A singer sang one of her poems which was featured in the book. There was a dancer, oh, and a wine expecially made with the book's name. It tasted so good that we both drank 2 glasses in less than 5 minutes.
After my mother's speech she came to hug me and cried in my shoulder. It felt so good... I am so proud of her, and I'll never forget this day. Now she's fixing to go abroad again and I'll see her in 3 months.
Marie spent the night in my house, and we slept side by side in my bed. I had almost forgotten what it's like to sleep while not feeling lonely. The next day we spent in my home untill 5pm, and then we both returned to our original homes.
This weekend will stay in my memory forever!
A line of hope in midst of chaos.
Here is my mother's book's cover. It translates to "Sensations":