I used about 1/2 cup of oats and don't cook them, 100 gram
low-fat greek yogurt and 3 tbsp of milk (to avoid them becoming too thick). You mixed this, let it over night in the
fridge ( at least for six hours), and the next day you can add the rest of the
ingredients. You can use all kind of berries, bananas, chia seeds, so basically
everything you like.
This is the girliest post I could ever mange to write. As I grew up I was taught to fit in the norms of a normal look, to fit in school, to look proper. But, I never did. I was always the one, well, the one outside reality. In a dream you grew up and become all you want, you own the world, you are under control of your emotions. In reality, you are just losing it. I prefered to live in dreams
( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0PbwLTLKA4 ).
You have to understand I come from a very small town, a tall girl wearing glitter is noticed very easy. But I love it. I never saw the point in wearing make up 'to be pretty', as I believe everyone is beautiful the way they are, but than again using it as a mask seemes plausible. You could choose who you are to other people. It's a act. You choose to be a girl, a wild girl, you make a promise to 'play a game', you obligate not to be serious. You gain a certain freedom with this fact... The freedom to act how ever you want and not to think about consequences.
Because,you are just a girl.
But don't feel powerless, It's a woman's world out there, You can wear what you want, the strength is within you.
This text is about power. You show your power by ignoring reactions, going on, meeting new people, and choosing to stick to those who respect you. You show power by keeping to yourself, never change. I know this is true, I was going through this and I made the right decision, I may never be the popular girl at school, whatever that means, but I'll always be the crazy girl, in this case wearing glitter. I am happy about this I choose to stay different.
This is actually a cut out from a movie I just did for a school project, and I got some pretty good points for it. I also have to thank my cameragirl, Mia, I couldn't do it without you :*. Now, I'm not that satisfied with it, but I think it's a solid accomplishment for my first work.
Music is by Popol Vuh, soundtrack from the movie Nosferatu the Vampyre (I think it's obvious where the inspiration for this short silent movie came from). It was filmed at 'Vrac Memorial Park' ( built in 19th century then renovated in 1981) in Sarajevo, this place is completely left on it's own but I love it just that way.
The part where I daydream...
Osoba (eng. person): Esma.Vidim te (eng: Esma. I can see you)
Osoba (eng: person): Esma... Esma... (whisper)
Esma: Ko si ti? (eng. Who are you?)
(But please ignore the text, it's out of context because this is a cut out from the movie, not the whole work.)