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A saturday morning shock

To begin this story I have to explain that I live 5 hours per train from my home town. Now the conditions were such that I had to be there as early as possible on a saturday. The first train in that direction leaves Göttingen at 7 AM. So I am there waiting for my bus to the train station at quarter past six. Shortly after that a lady comes to the bus station. I ask friendly "What are you doing this early on a saturday?" and she answers me with a really grumpy voice "Some people have to work,… Continue

Posted on March 20, 2010 at 12:01pm — 1 Comment

How I got paid for a photograph

As promised here goes the first story.

I like independent publishing and one day as I was surfing around some small press sites in the internet when I saw an offer. They would send people a copy of their newest ebook if one would go out and take a picture to capture the state of the world at that day. So I did that took three little photos and send them in and got paid as stated. I'll upload the one I like most.

The background to this offer was an instance of giving birth.… Continue

Posted on March 18, 2010 at 2:01pm

Stories change, storys evolve, stories evoke

Since I'm not that sure how I can help this endeavour let me try this.

I'll tell stories that happened to me and stick to my mind. This will serve two purposes: By writing about it I will remember it better and somewhere somewhen somebody might smile because of one of my stories.

Let's see what comes out of this plan. The first story is titeled "How I got paid for a photo." and no I'm not a professional photographer. :-)


Posted on March 17, 2010 at 6:20pm — 1 Comment

A trial at the trail

So this is one of the days I should have listened to the people around me who say: Don't got to this cafeteria what they sell is not even near to eatable food. Usually they are right, but usually I say to myself "You don't have time to cook something in your lunchbreak. Additionally it's cheap. So, you know, think of this as energy you take up to keep your body moving." So I'm in the queue to get my food and what they present to me looks like nothing I have ever seen. I ask the young man who… Continue

Posted on March 16, 2010 at 10:33pm — 1 Comment

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