Just like Xanga, I've been neglecting Nightrose for some time, until I decided to pay it a visit today - only to find out that the whole site is gone. It was a very quiet forum in the end with not a lot of visitors or active people so I can understand if they shut everything down. However, I made friends there and there's one person in particular I would like to have contact with again. If you recognise this person after reading my description, let him know so he can contact me. Don't give his contact details to me without asking him as I think this is not very fair. Tell him to contact me, preferably through here.
His name is Stian, I can't remember his last name. He's norwegian and lives in Sarpsborg (unless he has moved recently). He's slightly older than me (I'm 28), maybe a year or two (I think, sorry Stian if I'm wrong!), he's got brown hair and wears glasses. He's got a brother and owns a really nice looking trenchcoat. On Nightrose he used to be Bernad Black, as he likes Black Books as much as I do. I have more details about him but I feel it's not appropriate to leave them on a public blog.
Stian, om du läser det här, hör av dig om du kan. Det vore fint att ha kontakt med dig igen.
It's really, super hot today! I'm not sure how many degrees but it's definitely around +20C, I was still warm only wearing a tank top and wearing jeans was so hot that the first thing I did when I got home was changing into shorts. I wish I had flip flops... I need to buy a new pair. I also might have to buy new shades because the other ones have mysteriously disappeared! I hope I'll find them though because they look cool (unlike all hipster-glasses I see everywhere else).
Right, now I'm gonna go upstairs where it's cooler, sit out on the balcony with some tea and play Animal Crossing.
It's funny, some days (or even weeks) I'm so into Xanga, updating and blogging as much as I can - and all of a sudden my whole site is dead, like I went on vacation or something although I'm here all the time. The thing is, I need to be in the mood for blogging, I can't force myself to do it, or the post will be as interesting as a sad, forgotten noodle. It's the same way when I write poetry or draw - forcing it won't make it good. I guess it's like that with most things in life. I've also been completely lost in Animal Crossing lately, Andreas has it on his Nintendo DS. It's so frickin cute! Some of the conversations you have with the villagers are just hilarious, I need to take a picture of the screen and post here sometime.