Saturday, September 8, 2012
I need a new pair of shoes. And I can't decide which one to buy. Any advice? Number one? Or number two? Or both? Or do you find both pairs uncool? Let me know and in return I will let YOU know which pair I bought.
I blogged about Grevasalvas in the past and I blog about Grevasalvas right now. One of those hidden treasures in the Swiss Alps. One of the latest movies about Heidi was filmed in this village and Peter and I visited it yeeeaaaars ago. Lately France has somehow overruled Switzerland, but I can proudly say that Switzerland is still the only country in the world that has its own tag at Zephyr-Files.
Thursday, September 6, 2012
Working 9 to 5 these days. What a way to make a living! And I mean that in the most positive sense.
One day before we went on vacation I heard I got the job I applied for. After weeks of assessments and job-interviews I finally got that job.
And now I've already been filling three weeks with my new job. I almost feel like a normal person and I enjoy every minute of it. Great company, great bunch of co-workers and learning new things every day.
The only downside is that I don't find the time to update my blog as much as I want to. Can you forgive me?
Sunday, September 2, 2012
Model Hunter and photographer Sam Scott Schiavo go way back. 15 years to be exact. These pictures were taken back in 2007 and I never published them. Which is a shame, because Hunter plays the bad ass pretty well!
It's September. Which means this is the month No Doubt will release their long awaited album Push and Shove. Here's the artwork, created by Los Angeles based street artist El Mac. He did these paintings and the four portraits together form the cover of the new album.
It's not that I have anything against robots... some of my best friends are robots (or behave like robots). But lately I got more comments on this blog by robots than humans. And although robots became very clever over the years and really almost started commenting like humans, I still know when a comment is done by a robot.
That's why I need my viewers to prove they're human when they comment by typing two words. Sorry for the incovenience, but blame the robots.