katram savu rabarberu

Viņnedēļ iestādīju ielas vidū rabarberu krūmu – starp divām baltām satiksmes drošības līnijām ielas vidū. Satiksme, protams, mūsu pilsētā ir karsta, laiks ir karsts, cilvēki nervozi un karsti, bet es sēdēju zem platajām, vēsajām rabarberu lapām – vēroju un pētīju. No malas viss ir labāk redzams: cilvēkiem pietrūkst vietas tāpēc, ka viņi steidzas. Tāpēc, ka steidzas, trūkst arī laika. Reizēm liekas, ka viņi skrien viens otram virsū tīšām. Tāpēc, kad man jāsteidzas, es nesteidzos. Es neskrienu virsū atomam, jo molekulā ir tik daudz starpatomu telpas. Ir taču izdomāts, ka Galaktika var iziet cauri otrai tādai pašai zvaigžņu sistēmai, ja katra zvaigzne iet starpzvaigžņu telpā, otru neskarot, – kā, jaucot spēļu kārtis, kārts iet blakus kārtij. Tāpēc es sargos aizskart citus atomus, bet es eju starpatomu telpā. Tukšumu vēl ir tik daudz. Savādi, ka cilvēki to nemeklē, bet čupojas viens pie otra, viens otram klāt un virsū.
Tā es sēžu zem rabarbera lapas un domāju. Skrien nosvīduši karstajā tveicē. Bet ikviens no viņiem varētu taču iestādīt uz ielas savu rabarberu krūmu un zem tā atvilkt elpu. Nav laika… Bet vai jūs esat jau mēģinājuši?

/Ziedonis

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ONE BEERISH TIME OF MY LIFE || TRIP

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(Or you can call it celebration of my blogs 3rd birthday)

Once I had this wonderful tradition to post some quotes or highlights from my trips. I did it with our roadtrip to Slovakia, when I went to Denmark for the second time and the first one is captured somewhere as well.. and few more times that I’m too lazy to look for… anyhow – back on track. There have been some trips meanwhile I was quiet, but this is the one that i need to engrave here for sure (thanks for being worth it!). So Germany – Munich it was!

Munich

  • First of all, you can’t come to Germany if you don’t know that women and beer you push downstairs
  • We got stuck in traffic even on highroad. Those are some skills over here!
  • You can’t meet on the internet in Germany, because internet is so slow.
  • Ieva goes into huge pizzeria to find toilet. Comment – ‘if you find yourself in train station, you know, you missed the toilet’.
  • In Turkish streets even sprite is Turkish
  • If mountain will be crushing or air tram falling down, you won’t find time to be scared, so no worries!
  • 8 p.m.? Bars? Streets full of happy people walking home from work? Oh, wait, no, you already missed bedtime…
  • *cooking some pies* ‘How it should look like when it’s ready?’ – ‘Warm’
  • And then he wakes up at 5 a.m., asks what am i doing, puts up ‘are you gonna be my girl’ and walks around the room with satisfied smile on his face ‘oh, such a wonderful morning!’ (Is it? Really?)
  • Went abroad to find out that my paradise looks like big bookshelves and huge, puffy bed. No, actually Munich itself wasn’t so bad either : )

Round, round, round it goes… so see you next time, Germany! (If you’re up for bringing me to Berlin, I’m just here!)

Sincerely
Ieva.