Now I've completed all course work (minus one exam) for Film Studies, minor number 3. Happy happy joy joy.
I don't think I've ever been so excited of school work. I could get used to filming, editing and acting...writing screenplays isn't that bad either. ;)
The weather for Rome looks pretty promising!
For the first time I'm going on a trip without no idea of accommodation. JP, who I'm going with, promised it'd be okay, so I trust him haha! But...no accommodation means careful and thoughtful packing.
Chris lent me a backpack for the trip, since I don't want to be pulling big bags behind me for a week. I don't think I've ever gone traveling with such a "little" bag before. At least not for a week.
I'm already worrying about packing. Saturday is coming soooon.
I can't fit everything with me!
So, if anyone has any Rome -tips - per favore!
I'm hoping to be warm enough wearing erm...shorts and t-shirts...and bikinis...wishful but not impossiblé!
Random fact of the day. This is a greeting from Vendela and Karen.
Today (30.3.2011) Google is celebrating Robert Bunsen's day.
You know how Google always makes these little images on their logo when it's Christmas, Mother's day, or whatever...Well today it's Robert's day.
Who is Mr. Bunsen? Find out from Wikipedia. Here.
In short - he is a German chemist.
Random fact number two:
7 years ago (31.3.2011) Google announced it would launch a free e-mail service: Gmail.
And a third one:
Vincent van Gogh was born on the 30th of March 1853.
Other birthdays include: Celine Dion, Ingvar Kamprad, Eric Clapton, Tracy Chapman and Norah Jones.
Last but not least:
THE TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES HAD THEIR WORLD PREMIER IN THE USA ON THE 30TH OF MARCH 1990!