Today I was visiting Tate Britain and I was deeply impressed by this painting from the late XIX Century. First of all I was charmed by the long, original and apocalyptic title, “And the sea gave up the dead which were in it”. After, I could realize I was not dreaming, what I had in front of my eyes was the probe that in the XIX Century they were already concerned about zombies :) Apart from the fact that I really liked mixing two of my passions: zombies and museums, this masterpiece signed by Lord Frederick Leighton has a lot of power, the colors and the atmosphere are sinister without losing elegance and I have a special mention to the man’s eyes: you can’t realize how scary and disturbing they are unless you are there…
Shacklewell Arms programme. So so so proud of dressmaker. So so so sad that I’m missing it
Instead of smoke my computer spreads flowers
Entrepreneurial adj (relating to entrepreneurship): empresarial
— Can job offers be more complicated? At least looking for a job will help me learning weird words like this one!
Best shopping ever, fluor cat leggins!!
New job, new life
Looking for a new job is always the hardest job itself. Looking for a job in a foreign country and in another language… well it’s a huge challenge!
I promise myself I would start in January as the most important wish of 2014 but by the end it wasn’t until now that I made the first steps. Getting the forgotten cv (at least I didn’t have to change anything at all), prepare it for a long journey and send it to the first vacancies I saw (more or less) suitable for me. I think I’m going to die with nervousness with the first call and the first interview.
Anyway, a new job is the great passport for the life I deserve in London. Working in a bar is fun but working on weekends make me unhappy and I feel like I’m losing great things happening. Wish me luck and finger crossed! Let’s do it!!