In a couple of hours this is gonna be me watching Netherland – Argentina!
Enjoy the game peeps! And have a good evening!
Thanks for stopping by! As mentioned in a earlier blogpost, Lucas (my hubby) and I made a World Cup film for ‘actiecode’ with this lovely ‘voorspel’ ferret on friday.
We had so much fun, but I tell yah, ferrets are tricky moviestars! Ylva just ran away chasing ducks instead, haha. But we made it anyway, and here is the result. Ferrets know stuff! So get your bets on 😉 And if you want to see more from the fuzzybutt el bandido ferret you can check out her Instagram account: Ylvadefret.
Wish you a great day! And enjoy tonights match between Mexico and Netherlands!
May and the fuzzybutt ferret
Since the ferret is staying at a friends place until we find a new place to live in Amsterdam, it is nice that Garfield the neighbor cat is hanging around in the garden outside. He is the ultimate cuddle-machine. Hihi. So I force-cuddled him a lot yesterday,and a bit today while Renske and I had coffee and lunch at my place.
After meeting two cool kids yesterday I was still happy when the opportunity to meet more students came today. Many of them had placed themselfs in a the garden, which is right out from my livingroom. And I brought a bottle of wine and joined them. There are so many nice and interesting people here from all over the world. I love Amsterdam in the first place but after meeting so many good people today I think I love this city even more.
Tomorrow morning I have been invited to go to see the film museum with som other students. I am really looking forward to it if I can manage to get up early enough! :-p
Got another song for ya all that I think is perfect for this post: Young folks, Peter Bjorn and John.
Over and out for tonight. Sweet dreams, Maypaj.
Today I decided to buy a bike since I am going to live here for at least one year while I study a master at the UvA. So I went to the flee market in Waterlooplein to look for a functioning, half ugly bike and a good bargain. After walking a round for a while I fell in love with this blue and ramshackled bike.
And after bargain for a good while I got it for 45 euros even though the owner had tried to rob me for 65 euros. It was a pretty good deal since another guy had tried to sell me a lousy bike for 80 euros. So I am very satisfied!
Then I went across the street and bought a ringing bell, front- and backlight and a pink lock and got this lovely man (the owner of the shop) to install it for me. Wohoo! These netherlanders are nice!
I also discovered that they had smoothie and juice for only 1 euro!
Thoughts this far: Amsterdam is awesome! Waterlooplein markt is really worth a visit if you are looking for cool old stuff and vintage clothing. Absolutely a “to do” when you are in the city. Check out http://www.waterloopleinmarkt.nl for more info.
Over and out for now! Cheers, MayPaj.