Monday, March 25, 2013

She is Maki, eager for fun. She wears a smile, everybody run.

The picture of me drawing in the train
which I drew in the train, because nothing better
 could come to my mind.

Uhh.. ghm I know, I didn't blog much recently.. Well, I didn't blog at all these days, but that is because there were some difficulties with the Internet I've been such a lazy Maki! Sorry.

Also, I was out of town and even out of country. I saw the sea! I go to see it every year actually, but last years I feel like "this time will be the last one". 

You see the color? Even after that they call it the Black Sea. By the way, this is my favorite moment:; I like the way the railroad turns, so you can see nothing but sea from the both sides of the train with the games of swans swimming around. Four days after we arrived we came to the beach to feed the birdies. 

My mum being awesome capturing the moment:

Ok, I have a better picture. Or do I?

Well yeah, I definitely have a good photo. You know why? Because this time the camera was in  my  hands!

Oh oh and I was happy to find the boat named "Doll", though to you it might seem more like "KYK/\A" 
([kukla]), but  it means nothing but "doll", only in Russian. I think, it's one of the best ways to name the boat.

Ha, and I also have a picture from an old old pharmacy, that is still in business today and has some kind of  an exhibition in one of its corners. I have a crash on the old tin boxes and cookie jars and cute pharmacy glass bottles.

Well I guess, nothing else have happened so far, except that I was mocked by a cackle of human females, as I was on my way home pretending being a big pink grizzly inside of my eared vest. Also, I drew a lot of stupid things and tried to figure out how I'll be hitchhiking in the outer space when I grow up a little. Are you ready to take care of me in the outer space, Boyfriend?

Sunday, March 10, 2013

What does "period" mean?

I can't recall much of the story, because it happened when I was 9 or something. I was spending my summer in Crimea as usual, and I guess the grown-ups decided to cheer me up a little, so they asked me if I would like to ride a dolphin. A real dolphin! Well, hell yeah of course, Mum! The next day or week (?), we set out to the far-away-base where the dolphins were kept in the big open-air pools so you can ride them. First of all, you have to give a dolphin some fish to make him understand that it's time for a dolphin ride! Then, you should slog down the water and grab his dorsal and then ri-i-i-i-ide.

Oh, thanks!
Of course, I know I'm great at drawing dolphins!

After a few seconds, I understood that dolphin's skin seems familiar.. I know! Lenticular postcards! I used to enjoy scratching them with the fingernails when I was a kid (Now I just don't know where to get them).

Rest of the ride, I've been very concentrated on the dolphin's dorsal trying to scratch it gently so not to hurt the animal and its feelings.

Then, it was my Mum's turn. Then, another adult's turn and it was fun. She had her period, but nobody knew about it, so when she slog down the pool the dolphin wasn't going to ride her at all. Instead, he started to splash and dabble around trying to nuzzle into her. Pretty confusing. She had to left the excited dolphin alone with his minds. Was I the only one who wanted to see It happening? And what would happen next? Oh(

The staff tried to distract the poor decieved animal with fish, but he didn't eat it. He caught it with his jaws and swam to the side of the pool where that gal was standing. Did you get it? He wanted to present it to her and made her his first lady. But she didn't want it to happen and now she probably has an ordinary job and ordinary family with children from some guy, instead of being a dolphin queen. Ah, grown-ups.

By the way, I didn't know yet what "period" means, so when we returned to our home I didn't find anyone better than my elder brother to ask: "What does "period" mean?"

Saturday, March 2, 2013


Winter is gone! However, I see a snow blizzard outside, what a surprise! Anyway, it makes me feel less lame writing a February review when it's spring already.

I hate when a list has a round number of points, but now it's just a coincidence, I swear!