sábado, 21 de maio de 2011

Vacations & Good and bad news

Ok, I know that I am a little disappeared...ok ok...not a little...VEEERY. But now, in this post, I'm going to try to tell you about the most important things that have happened since I had been here for the last time.

Many things happened and truly I don't know how to start. Hummm...perhaps appologizing must be a good start hum (when I say or hear the sound "HUM" in the end of a sentence, I remember my teacher Sonia...rsss - I like her).

Ok, David is no more our teacher on Thursdays. People at school told us that he went back to his country - Canada. Now, the new teacher is Dorothy. She is funny and a good teacher.

So, Sonia around 6 weeks ago went to her country - the USA - because she was on vacation. The step teacher was a young and beautiful girl called Terry (I don't know how to write her name). She is also from the USA. My colleagues and I liked her. She is very calm and speaks so softly. Hey ,Sonia, don't be
jealous, you are special...rs

After the first class with Terry I also got on vacation. I traveled a lot. I went to São Paulo, Formosa, Cristalina, Alto Paraíso and São Jorge. I also received a special visit from São Paulo: my big friend Cristina. All the time was very funny and amazing. When I returned, Sonia was still on vacation and I took the last class with Terry and the others told me that a colleague called Flávia left us to take private classes. I think that she did a good thing for her. Her English is very good, much better than ours.

Nothing in life is totally perfect. Another thing happened, something that I didn't like, but some things cannot be said. So, it drives me angry and I think that "we" need change this - sad - reality. Arrogance is not a good thing.

Well, Sonia returned from the USA and brought us some candies...delicious candies.

After the next class, the
rhythm of this blog will return to the normal. I promise...rs

Yesterday night, my friends and I went to a free concert at CCBB (Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil - Bank of Brazil Cultural Center) to watch a concert of Dado Villa Lobos, a guitar player who played in the 80's in a very famous Brazilian band called "Legião Urbana". The concert was very good and it reminded me about how the song of that band - that doesn't exist anymore - are wonderful. The lyrics are poetic, I got emocioned

Below I put a video from Youtube of song called "Monte Castelo" with subtitles in Portuguese.

Watch it and have fun.

"Even if I could speak the human's language... even if I could speak the angel's language...without love I wouldn't be anything..."

Ok...good bye

PS.: the photo of an "empadão goiano" there is just because...

2 comentários:

Osório Filho disse...

The concert was really "remindful". Very good indeed!


Osório Filho disse...

Humm... so... the promise of writing didn't happen, huh?!
Aren't you going to write here again? :P