So, at the weekend, we went to Kosovo. It was great fun! It was my first time in KamenicĂ«, and the road that lead to it was very windy, and windy (both uses of the word)! We stopped just outside the capital for lunch, and we all ordered burgers. At Dan and Primrose’s house, I slept on the floor, with Amy and Sam. That have multiple consoles, so my evenings were spent being shown various games on the Xbox. They also had Just Dance, and so I found myself dancing to several old tunes!
We have had a three day week, but the weekend is welcome! On Wednesday, I aced my States test. We have the Capitals test on Monday, but I feel ready. Bring it on! Montgomery, Baton Rouge, Tallahassee…


Kosovo again!

On Monday and Tuesday, we do not have school. Tomorrow, we are going to Kosovo for the long weekend, and will be visiting our friends up there. For Saturday night, we will stay in the same house that we have done before, with the wood fires and such. It is in Peja. We will head further into Kosovo, to a place called Carmenica, to see other friends. We will return on Tuesday night to Tirana, in time for school to start again on the Monday.
Aside from this, we were given our parts in drama today for the play. The play is Zorro, or The Curse of Capistrana. I have been given the main character, Zorro. It is going to be a lot of fun! I get to duel with two of my classmates…

Shrove Tuesday!


Hello all! Today is the day before lent, and if I were still at St Michael’s in Oxford, we would have been having the pancake races this afternoon. As it is, I go to GDQ in Albania, and so no such thing happened (*sigh*). However, Dad is currently beating eggs into a pulp and drowning them in flour, so some of the fun can be continued. I will be having sugar and lemon juice on my first one, and after that I shall experiment with various other combinations. But NEVER nutella. Nutella was not made to go on pancakes, it was made for bread. And it will stay there, if I have anything to do with it! Above is Dad (or at least part of him) making the delicacies…