I did it. I did get through that probably so far hardest day of my life, which were saturday when there were my father's funerals. Before it I did wish that there would be even little something else than just grieve and sadness... and there were, actually quite lot:
Morning did begin as very beautiful, grey and foggy.I didn't start that day with double whiskey shot like I before did plan.For obvious reason I were able to drive whole day our Ford Brougham, which did feel really good.At the chappel I parked it at the side of... Mercedes Benz with V12 engine - not too common thing to see here in Finland at gloomy autumn day.Two childs did sing
And don't get me wrong. I love nature and I'm really, I mean REALLY happy that finally people have wake up to that how we have limited amount of air here, so it obviously ain't too clever thing to push there all kind of shit without no worries, mate. But still most of time when I hear or see something that is related with climatic change, my own temperature raises immediately. Like today, when one friend did publish news article which dealt with next climatic change report that haven't even published yet. Point was that WORLD WILL BE DESTROYED maybe as soon as 2040s, or was it even 2030s. Of course I did have to comment it, like "I just can't
Life is strange, and dying can be even stranger. Yeah, today it did happen - my father did pass away at the age of 69. It's so strange how you can wake up from bad dream where you are trying to carry heavy person to the help and feeling how you just can't, you don't have enough power to do that. Then, when you have shaken that horrible feeling off you start to realize how this will be amazingly summer like day, hot and beautiful filled with warm sunlight. Then you realize that this will be this year's second last evening at work, then it will be over.
You drink cup of tea and eat some bread. Then you go to the shop to buy some food, few beer