The Little L
Tuesday, February 24, 2004
I'm sooooooooooooooooooooo happy today.
As my interview won't been sooner than May and even if it be in May, I won't get a visa before July, which means I can stay in Iran the next summer, I decided to play in the next University Students Athletic Olympiad held next summer in Isfahan. Bad news was I had finished all the units the semester before the last (Spring 1381) and hadn't registered current and previouse semesters. Good news was I hadn't turned in my project and I had a good reason not to. (Bam earthquake). Theoretically it was possible to register for two semeter with 0 units, be student in summer and play Basketball for university's team. Practically, long offical procedure on the way. Any way I began on Saturday and I was still at the begining this morning but luckily every one was in a good mood today and I'll prolong my student card tomorrow :)
Wednesday, February 18, 2004
I found a website containing lots of information about Azerbaijanian music. If you are interested in Azerbaijanian music you can have hours of fun. Here is three of my favorative songs: Lalalar, Jujalarim, and part of Mashadi Ibad (O Olmasin, Bu Olsun). You can find a lot more online there. :D
Tuesday, February 10, 2004
I was passing Noor (Alame Jafary) Square on the way home. Goverment had scheduled for some fireworks there for celebrating the 25th anniversary of Iran's Islamic revolution. About 3,000 people was in the square and the streets around it. All happy, watching the fireworks of the celeberation of the revolution that gave power to the group that they curse most of the time.
I don't blame them. Cause this is the only time that you can see such wonderfull fireworks in Iran and you can gather in the street and laugh and be happy without fear of being in trouble.
Monday, February 09, 2004
Something strange happened yesterday.I was out all day watching movies of Fajr Festival in different cinemas. I went to the ladies room in Asr e Jadid cinema. First I thought nobody was there. Then I heard some little noices and I was wondering why some one should be so quiet in there. How shy she was!
I finished quickly. 60 -70 seconds. I was about to pick up my backpack which I had hanged on the wall at the begining that I saw a man's head watching me from the next toilet. I shouted. It was actually a load Ah more than a shout and he escaped.
Thursday, February 05, 2004
Ebrahim Nabavi has written something very very true.