Hello dear Reader! My name is Tatiana, I’m 24. I live in the city of Ivanovo with the man of my life and our cat. I’m a teacher of English and literature by education. On January, 31st I was on sick leave which considering my six-day working week was like a day-off for me.
I woke up later than I planned. But I wasn’t upset about it because an additional hour of sleep is always for good.
Once I open my eyes in the morning, I see my cat’s muzzle. His name is Fluffy.
I went to the kitchen to make some tea and found a note left by Roman and my cyclamen that I’d been trying to rehabilitate after it had spent some time on a cold windowsill.
From my apartment I can see a nice apartment house which is surrounded by a fence with an automatic gate closer.
I live far from downtown. Realtors say it is one of the most pullution-free districts in the city.
I failed to take a nice photo of myself but washed my hair because it takes it 4 hours to get dry.
I didn’t notice how fast time flew by while I was in the bathroom.
“Bread is evil. Fish is good”, says a note on my fridge.
I always have breakfast in the morning.
I spread some blackcurrant jam on my bread.
What a naughty cat I have!
I can see some sun over there!
The next day I was to go to work so I decided to be a good girl and clean the apartment.
Fluffy doesn’t like my vacuum cleaner that much.
No-no! We are not cabbalists! The day before we just played a computer game about Nostradamus and his fortune-telling.
I decided to wash my tablecloth in the washing machine because it had coffee stains and traces of my cat walking on it.
I like it when it’s clean!
Then I could dry my hair with a hair drier and paint my nails.
I had to hurry up!
My cat likes my makeup.
I don’t understand how people manage to take good photos of their own reflection in the mirror.
I had lunch because I didn’t know when I would be able to eat again.
I still celebrate New Year.
I took out the tablecloth and decided to do another laundry.
I put my passport, notebook, pen and a discount coupon into my purse.
It was cold outside so I put on this Barbie vest, a present from my grandmother.
Good bye, kitty!
Ready to go!
This is a battery from our car.
Some time ago I hated the idea of living in a house because it needed renovation all the time and I thought it would take me forever to clean it up. Now I understand what a fool I was…
My apartment house.
Heading to the bus stop.
This dormitory belongs to Ivanovo State University.
I decided to hide my camera in the hospital because old grannies wouldn’t approve of it.
Wow! My doctor said I had to stay at home for longer because my pupils could catch a cold from me. Then I had to decide if I could go to my courses (considering I didn’t go to work). Since it was interesting for me plus I was to participate in a contest and those courses were of much help, I decided to go.
I was cold, my bus wouldn’t show up and I was afraid I might be late.
On the bus. It was about 3.10 p.m.
This street is the widest street in the city and its road is one of the best.
In this scool they hold those courses.
I wasn’t supposed to take photographs in there but I couldn’t resist it.
It was very interesting. We had a master class. We pretended to be seventh graders and were shown how to make a lesson more interesting.
It was 4.45 and I headed to the mall to use that coupon!
Our Christmas tree.
Those two high-rise building are called “Lights of Moscow” but I never saw lights there…
These locks are left here by newlyweds. If you don’t know, Ivanovo is nicknamed the city of brides.
I got my hands frostbitten!
I was not allowed to take photos inside the mall and I didn’t because I’m a law-abiding person.
I’d wandered in the store trying to find something to buy with my discount for 25 minutes. When I chose what I liked, it turned out my coupon didn’t apply to that very thing so I had to also buy a mascara.
Roman has a watch unlike me.
I tried to photograph the city from the bus.
Fluffy was hungry by the time we came home.
We had to make dinner.
I was a good girl again.
Roman said there were not enough photos of me in my report and improved the situation.
While we were eating…
The cat dozed off.
That’s what I got in that store.
I had some tea and enjoyed a dried pear which is much healthier than candies.
Roman read something.
So did I.
We do this to visualize our dreams.
The cat was around helping.
Mind how careful we were making this poster.
It was late and we wanted to sleep.
I set up my alarm clock.
I always have a cup of kefir before going to bed. That’s my tradition.
The cat was pretending to be sleeping!
Here he is! He’s always with me in the shower!
Sometimes I listen to audio books when I take a shower in the evening.
It was late!
I can’t imagine my life without my feet and body lotion!
Finally, I took a good photo of myself!
Time to go to bed.
Thank you for reading my report.
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