Today was really tiring. I helped out at the library.
The IT people came around so I don't have to fuck around with computers any more. I've been actively campaigning for this for two months. Always mentioned the issue to the vice principals, and I also wrote a letter, detailing what needed to be done. I'd consider this a win.
Best of all, I got in no trouble. I thought I'd be marked as a dissident or something for doing this, but in the end, everything is fine. The librarian thanked me for my active participation in the solution.
Spent two hours taking extra lessons from maths with my private maths teacher.
I have high hopes regarding my mathematics grade this year.
Honestly, I feel so tired, I'm seriously contemplating skipping classes tomorrow. But it's be important to be there, so I'm torn.
I also got my first sort of official translation commission. I have to translate one of my father's articles into English. In exchange he'll give be 30 Euros when I'm going to Wien on Saturday with my classmates.
I'm hoping to spend it on some Mozart Kugeln (For Christmas gifts) and maybe a book. Something German. Though I'm not sure if I'll have the chance to go to a bookshop.
We'll also visit the Museum of Natural Sciences.
I feel a lot more energetic nowdays, even with only sleeping six hours yesterday. I study more, and I'm also more talkative. >>12676
Well, it was a three hour long play, with vivid imagery and a hectic plot.
It started off a bit brutal for my taste, with two sex scenes that were almost overly visual, a night-club scene and then almost sex again, but it got more and more tame as the piece went on.
It was really clever with the scenery.
Sometimes little letters would appear above the stage on the dark celling if they wanted to express something, like a date, or point out how stupid what the character said just was, to make it funny.
Franz states, "Well, how many unemployed can be in Berlin?" and then it would appear in a depressing manner that "667000" unemployed people live in Berlin.
The theatre also has a special stage, where the middle can be spun like a carousel, giving more mobility to the set pieces.
Anyway, I liked it. I felt really drawn in at times. Like I was there.
The last scene was especially interesting. Franz and one of his female friends are standing over the grave of his girlfriend, and after they talk, the woman walks away into the light, and Franz into the dark, with a line of text appearing that "After this, Franz got a job as a janitor in a factory. After this point, nothing worth mentioning happened in his life."