Recently, I haven’t been writing as much as I would like to, and neither have I been updating my website as much as I wanted to. However, a word a day will help me to do both more often! Since I don’t usually have the time to sit about and think of something to write about, I have decided to… *drumroll*… have a list of words at the ready, one of which I will choose at random every week. After having chosen a word, that word will be inspiration for me to write a short piece.
In preparation, I have collected different words, which are either a noun, verb or adjective. Each week, I will pick a word and write something based on that word, and if it seems good enough, I’ll post it here! I’m hoping I’ll get the chance to do this every week, but if not, I may change it to a-word-every-two-weeks, or a-word-a-month. I guess we’ll see!
For a school project, I decided to create a photo book on winter time in Denmark. The whole project included not only taking photos, but also documenting the whole process and a report, though taking the photos and putting together the book was, of course, my favourite part. The book turned out quite well, and I would like to share the photos I took. You will see a few of them below, but if you would like to see more, click here to view the rest .
The bus was nearly empty. It was early afternoon on a November Sunday; there was a lazy feel in the air. That, along with the constant drizzle of rain, resulted in a relatively quiet bus with a few people scattered around the seats.
A young man sat at the very back, a pair of large headphones covering his ears. His eyes were closed and his head bobbed rhythmically to the music he was courteously allowing the people near him to hear.
One of these people was a middle-aged woman carrying two large, overflowing shopping bags. She sat a few seats in front of the young man, seeming a little irritated by the racket emanating from his headphones. She glanced at him a few times, hoping to catch his eye and let him know that she would rather not listen to his music, thank you very much, but his eyes remained closed.