den to san

songs i ran away to another hemisphere with / a travel soundtrack

// 1. Big Jet Plane - Angus & Julia Stone // 2. To The Ends of the Earth - Lord Huron // 3. Step Out - José González // 4. Keep Your Head Up - Ben Howard // 5. Zimbabwe - New Navy // 6. Beach - San Cisco // 7. Mountain Sound - Of Monsters and Men // 8. Brand New Day - Kodaline // 9. Tongue Tied - Grouplove // 10. Pumpin’ Blood - NONONO // 11. Wings - Birdy // 12. Think of England - Bear’s Den // 13. This City Never Sleeps - Jason Walker // 14. England - The National // 

~ listen here ~

• Htan ksexwristos. Den htan san tous allous. Se ekane na niwtheis monadikh.Ton htheles… Htan h zwhsu. Fovosoun th mera pou tha ton exanes. Ekanes ta panta gia na einai eytuxismenos. Htheles mono na ton vlepeis na xamogelaei ki as mhn hsoun h aitia. Ki ekeinos s ekane na xamogelas. Se ekane xaroumenh me ena aplo munhma tou. Eniwthes kati dynato, panw apo tis dynameis sou. Kati pou de mporouses na xeiristeis. Ksafnika.. Ola allaksan. Den htan opws prin. H symperifora tou allakse. De se ekane na gelas pleon. Den estelne kan. Htan adiaforos. Ksekinhse na milaei kai me alles. Hkseres pws to telos plhsiaze. Prospathouses na ftiakseis ta pragmata omws mataia… Mia mera apla teleiwsan ola. Efyge… De mporouses na pistepseis ti egine. Ton exases… Ponouses. Htheles na ton ekdikitheis. Den hkseres ti na kaneis… Eleges pws ton kseperases. Hkseres omws poso sou leipei. poso ton htheles pisw. Trelenosoun sthn idea oti kapoia allh ehei agkalia to atomo pou erwteythkes. Thes na kaneis kati ma oti ki an kaneis pleon, einai arga. Katalavaineis; •

Bayramda hazır baklava yufkalarından baklava yapmayalım, bayram ziyaretlerimizde bize sunulacak baklavaların, elle açılmış olduğundan eminsek yiyelim, aksi takdirde mümkün oldukça (fitneye sebep olmayacağımız ve kalp kırmayacağımız sürece) uzak duralım ve ev sahibini de bu konuda güzel bir dille uyaralım, kötülükten nehyetmiş olalım. Hazır baklava yufkalarında sistein tehlikesi çok yüksektir. Ber­ber­ler­den top­la­nan in­san sa­çı ve do­muz kıl­la­rın­dan üre­ti­lebilen L-sis­te­in ay­rı­ca kaz-ördek tüy­le­ri ve boy­nuz­dan da üre­ti­le­bil­mek­te­dir. Son za­man­lar­da ise mik­ro­bi­yal fer­man­tas­yon tek­no­lo­ji­si kul­la­nı­mı az da ol­sa baş­la­mış­tır. Fa­kat ne ya­zık ki şimdilik tehlike büyüktür, bu nedenle, hazır yufka ve hazır baklava yufkalarından gerçekten güvenilir bir marka var oluncaya kadar kaçınmamız en güzeli olacaktır.

fukthemall  asked:

Na xaneis thn monadikh sou "kollhth".Mhn sou tuxei.Na se xrhsimopoiei oso den paei kiesu na kathesai san malakas.Giati hli8ia hmoun pou emena se mia katastash pou me plhgwne. *eprepe na to pw kapou,estw kai se enan agnwsto sto tumbr*

Been there. Twice.

[Learning Irish as an Adult] 3. Eclipsis and Lenition

Urú

Urú (eclipsis) is where one or two letters are added before a word in certain situations. This changes the spelling and pronunciation of the word, but not the meaning. Only some initial letters can be eclipsed: b, c, d, f, g, p, and t. Words that begin with other letters do not undergo eclipsis at all.

Eclipsis is used in the following situations:

1. Possessive Adjectives
Eclipsis occurs where a word comes after ár our, bhur your (plural), and a their.

2. Numbers
Eclipsis occurs after the numbers seven to 10.

3. Preposition + Definite Article
Eclipsis occurs after certain prepositions where they are joined by the definite article an:

Other prepositions used with an (for example, idir an between the) do not cause eclipsis.

4. Other Words
Eclipsis is also added after the words i in, dá if, mura if/unless.

Words starting with a vowel
Words that start with a vowel do not technically undergo eclipsis, but they do get the letter n- added to them wherever other words would be eclipsed — unless they come after a word that finishes with the letter n. A dash is placed between the letter n and the vowel — unless that vowel is a capital letter.

Séimhiú

Séimhiú (lenition) is where an extra letter h is added between the first and second letters of a word in certain situations. This changes the spelling and pronunciation of the word, but not the meaning. Only some initial letters can be lenited: b, c, d, f, g, m, p, s, and t. Words that begin with other letters do not undergo lenition at all.

Lenition is used in the following situations.

1. Feminine Nouns
Feminine nouns are lenited after the definite article an in the nominative case. An exception to this rule is that feminine nouns beginning with d or t are not lenited. Another exception is that nouns beginning with s becomes ts if the s precedes a vowel, l, n or r.

2. Possessive Adjectives
Lenition occurs after mo my, do your, a his.

3. Numbers
Lenition occurs after the numbers one to six.

4. Vocative Case
The vocative case is used when directly addressing someone or something, as in Cá bhfuil tú, a chailín? Where are you, girl? Lenition is used after the vocative particle a. Note that masculine nouns and names are also slenderised after the vocative particle: fear becomes a fhir, and Pól becomes a Phóil.

5. Prepositions
Lenition occurs after the words ar on, de off, den off the, do to, don to the, faoi under/about, ó from, roimh before, sa/san in the, trí through, um around/about. An exception is that words beginning with d, t, s are not lenited after den, don, sa or san.

6. Other Words
Lenition is also used after the phrase nuair a when, the prefixes ró- too and an- very, and the word if (unless the next word is a version of or deir).

DeNTaLS-DoTS
This is a handy mnemonic! If a word begins with d, t or s and it would normally be lenited according to the above rules, but the word that came before it in the sentence ends with d, n, t, l or s, then the word is not lenited.

Other Modifications

1. Words beginning with vowels
If a masculine singular noun starts with a vowel, a t- is added at the start of the word after the definite article an (for example, uisce water, an t-uisce the water, am time, an t-am the time). A hyphen is placed between the letter t and the vowel —unless that vowel is a capital letter (for example, an tUachtarán the President). Exceptions include euro euro, iomad a great number, and oiread amount. These are written as an euro, an iomad and an oiread respectively.

If a plural noun starts with a vowel, a h is added at the start of the word after the definite article na (for example, ainmneacha names, na hainmneacha the names. No hyphen is used.

2. Words beginning with s
If a feminine singular noun starts with s, AND the s is itself followed by a vowel, l, n or r, then a t is added at the start of the word after the definite article an (for example, seanbhean old woman, an tseanbhean the old woman). No hyphen is used. A number of special cases apply where this rule is bent.

Wir sind in Kalifornien!

Und das schon seit über einer Woche.
Die Zeit rast und wir kommen kaum hinterher mit dem Planen, Organisieren, Kommunizieren, Entspannen und vor allem neue Dinge sehen oder eben Blogbeiträge schreiben…

Am 4.10. sind wir nach 45 Stunden im Amtrak in Los Angeles angekommen. Die Bahnfahrt war toll! Stundenlang saßen wir am Fenster und haben die Natur vorbei ziehen und sich verändern sehen.


In LA angekommen zog es uns erst einmal mit unserem neuen Mietwagen ans Wasser nach Santa Monica.

Von dort aus kämpften wir uns dann durch den unglaublich dichten Verkehr der Stadt (8 Spuren, Stoßstange an Stoßstange und in jedem Auto nur eine Person) raus in die Wüste, wo wir in einer Airbnb Wohnung in Desert Hot Springs nach der Bahnfahrt die Annehmlichkeiten eines Bads und eines richtigen Betts wirklich sehr zu schätzen wussten!


Die Palm Springs Aerial Tramway ist die größte rotierenden Luftseilbahn der Welt (gebaut von der Schweizer Firma Doppelmayr) und bringt einen auf den 2597m hohen Mount San Jacinto. Der Ausblick von dort oben ist beeindruckend!


Für das Wochenende sind wir in den Joshua Tree Nationalpark gefahren. Das war mit der coolste Platz zum Campen, den wir je hatten. Und eine unglaublich beeindruckende Landschaft!

Die letzten Tage haben wir uns LA angeguckt und uns mit Vincent getroffen.

Morgen geht es schon wieder raus aus LA, die Pazifikküste hoch gen Norden. Wir werden versuchen, den schlimmen Bränden in Nordkalifornien nicht zu nahe zu kommen.

tulppaanikuningatar-deactivated  asked:

Oh my god, this blog is cute as heck! ;u; It gives a bit inspiration for my own (not so good) ask blog. Keep up the good work c:

Ice: Tak!

((I wish you luck with your Ask Blog (AskTheLegoGoddess)! There’s an adrenaline rush at the start when inspiration just flows, then that adrenaline slows down and replying on asks gets harder. Don’t let it bother you. Don’t be depressed about asks that sometimes you might not understand. Appreciate every asks. Also, have fun!

Keep up also the good work, fellow mun :) ))

San Francisco, CA: Goodbye, Laura!

After we arrived in SF, we had some Burmese food(gasms), rode the cable car, made some new friends for Laura, and finally parted ways.

That day, she walked off with two suitcases, no job, no apartment, and no friends (in the city).

Today, she has an awesome job, a cute apartment, a wonderful boyfriend, and a thriving social life. So proud <3