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About MajorSunshine

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  • Birthday 02/25/1990

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    Reading, Music, Movies, Horseback riding

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  1. The one thing I really feel is different is whenever I get a cold, like I have now, I have to stay at home and get tested. And I usually never stay at home when I’m sick, unless I can’t stand up. So it’s driving me a bit crazy, and today I even went back to online teaching, just that I’m home and my students are at school. So now I just wait for that negative test to go back outside again.
  2. I don’t know about you guys, but I feel like even though books and movies paint the picture that pandemics are eventful times, a real life pandemic is really not. I mean, nothing happens these days. I’m not complaining, I have work and I have Mick Mac. But I feel like the days are put on repeat. Not in a bad way, just that there’s not much exciting to tell people about.
  3. I see, then they’re no use. Mine were working for everything, but as you say, very expensive. But as long as glasses work well for you, that’s a good solution Also, you look good with glasses! And this face mask time have to end one day you know. And then that’s no problem anymore.
  4. My eyes are a bit dry, but other than that everything’s great, and I have almost perfect vision. It’s so weird being able to see from I open my eyes in the morning till I close them at night. I never got comfortable with glasses, so I used contacts every day for probably 20 years. And it have worked well, but I was just tired off it. And since my dad had the surgery back in the days, and was really content with it, I figured I should do it, since I had saved up the money.
  5. I had lasik-surgery in my eyes today, to fix my sight and get rid off my contact lenses, and I’m amazed! I can actually see!! It did cost mad chedda as we said back in the days, and it did hurt a lot for a minute during surgery and some after, but I can see! With my Own eyes! Now I’m gonna sleep with protection glasses to avoid rubbing my eyes and messing everything up! At least for the two first nights😛
  6. I didn’t have the bypass opportunity, so I gave up. Glad it’s back to normal now, I’ve missed you guys! How are everyone doing?
  7. The story is awesome! Very realistic.
  8. I’m so looking forward to read this!! No pressure or anything... or maybe a little😛
  9. Wow, that’s just... I have no words. I’m glad to live a place where those who rule care more about people than money. I guess Norway is kind off socialistic as well, compared to US, not like communist, but we do have pretty high taxes (about 35% I think), and a really good welfare system. I can totally understand people in US deciding to not stay home if they have symptoms, or not get tested when their sick, since that would have a great economic impact on their life. Over here it doesn’t really. If you’re sick you pay like $20 if you go to your regular doctor, but the moment you’re hospitalized it’s free. Also if you reach about $250 a year in doctor and medicine cost, everything’s free for the rest off the year. So yeah... It’s great that you’re at a place with San leadership, and working with animals is great. And their needs doesn’t really change even if the world did a total flip. Did you have to adjust to a lot off new rules at work? I’m on summer holidays at the moment. So I enjoy life, not doing much, but that’s the best holidays in my opinion. I’ve worked through the whole pandemic though, did online teaching from March 13. until some mid-may, and then it was split between online and being at school for the rest off the semester. It worked surprisingly smooth.
  10. Hi Rachel! So good to see you back here! These are some crazy times, and I’m sorry that you’re right in the middle off it, and that it’s so close. I really hope you and your close ones get through this without getting ill. Getting away and doing stuff that feels semi-normal is important, at least when it’s possible to do it in a safe way. I can’t even start to imagine how it is to live over there right now with everything. It’s almost back to normal over here, but Norwegians did social distancing as a norm even before corona. No real Norwegian would talk to strangers or sit next to another person on the bus if they could possibly avoid it. Also our prime minister is the better safe than sorry type, and much more reliable than Trump!
  11. I’m trying to get some things done at home today, since I haven’t all the time I’m been home, but for the day to day cleaning. I’ve done a quarter of my closet, and I’m trying to find reasons to not do any more... I really wish I was a persons who enjoyed cleaning and tidying up!
  12. Yes, I just don’t understand why people can’t just follow the rules! I can understand that you slip up some times, that you don’t really think and suddenly stand to close to someone, and then you move because you realize what you’re doing. That’s human. But when you just don’t care, and even seem proud off not caring... that makes me question your character! And I don’t like when people I like make me question their character!! Also, on the moving around part, I got pretty bad the first two weeks, since I had a cold and were limited to my 46 square meters. But after that, I’ve gotten into a routine with Mick Mac, so I take him for a ride or a walk in the wood every day. If the weather is not too bad, I usually get at least 10.000 steps, so that’s not to bad. But I’m lucky to have him! I would be so screwed these months if I didn’t! Also, funny story! The gym has opened up again, and I’m always trying to start a new and better life, so I went there on Monday and warmed up on the threadmill. Figured I should be thorough with washing, got a bit too enthusiastic with the touch screen, and somehow changed the language to Italian. Had no idea how I did it, so I just walked away, and crossed my fingers the next person would understand Italian... From now on, I’ll choose the treadmills without touch screen!
  13. Going out and meeting people is kind off uncomfortable. The situation over here seems to be under control, I mean we have under 10 people hospitalized with the virus at the moment. Like in all off Norway. So people are getting really relaxed, traveling, meeting up, not respecting the distance.... And you never know with the people you meet, including your friends, if they are the sanitize every 5 minute and keep 4 meters distance just in case people, or the this virus is a fraud and I don’t care anymore people, or something in between. So it’s really difficult to know what boundaries to keep, and who you have to be careful around and so on. So that was my very long way off saying I understand how you feel. Being social is really difficult! But it was before all this as well, and at least being introvert has been really helpful in this situation.
  14. Military wives - it was actually really good, I both laughed and cried a lot. Saw it at the movie theatre, and partly because it was the only movie showing, but I would recommend it. About the hobbit, they really didn’t have enough action in the book to make 3 movies. I loved the book, but the movies were bad. Especially the last one, based on just one chapter in the book. I mean, how on earth could you make one chapter last for two hours without adding lots off unnecessary stuff. And they added weird unnecessary stuff. So that’s my take on it.
  15. Yeah, it’s the same with me, can’t figure out anything to say, also life is kind off happening in slow motion because off everything. Not that I’m complaining, it’s just how it is. Its good to see you back Brinn, I was worried you had disappeared!
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