OK, maybe not awesome but least way cool. ;) I'm going to post more artikles of my trip, but Im going to start writing about the first day. OK, so about 13:30 we drove away from our house. On the way, we picked up Helene (my sisters bff). While we were driving, I was stuck with my dads crappy music and 2 blaring minors in the backseat. :| Then a red cab drove past us, we all thought a hot teenage guy were driving the car, but to our surprise a man in my dads age were driving the car and he were glaring at us (creepy). :o
Well, I guess we shouldn't have been so surprised, I mean the car my dad were driving (and we were sitting in) was a blue cab.8-p Anyways, then after like 4 hours of driving we were finally in Gothenburg, Sweden.
First we just drove around and showed Helene what Gothenburg looked like. Then we went to see some old friends, my dad wanted to meet. But me and my sister wanted to see some of our old friends in our age and the school we used to go to (even tho we hate the school and want it to die!). When we walked to see the school we were surprised to see that it was demolished ( I guess dreams come true after all, hahaha) :D We didn't see my old friends, but I thought I saw Kevin (a guy in my old class) at the school. But we met Jeanette (my sisters) friend (Jennie). Jennie looked like she had seen ghost when she saw us outside her door. She welcomed us in, and we talked for awhile, but then we sadly had to leave. We met some kids who were bugging us when we were little (but was afraid now since we were older). :D My sister had a long speech for them, as me and Helene were complaining and said that we needed to go. Then we walked to the car and drove to the meeting (I'm a Jehovah's Witness in case you didn't know). It was Helene's first meeting (since shes not a Jehovah's Witness and not that religious). She didn't understand that much of what they said, but was impressed that I was listening and that I was very interested. Our old friend from the meeting were welcoming us and it was very nice to be there and see them again. Then we drove to an Island in Gothenburg called Ökerö. In a house in Ökerö we spend the night. First we watched some movies, then we felled asleep.:)
I love their music couse the lyrics describe me feelings so well, and Tom and Bill are hot lol. Bill seem more romantic and Tom seem more like a player, heheh. But I dont know them and Im not in love with them like the most people, I mean I dont know them. If I ever fall for one of them it would be after we had been friends awhile (witch probably will never happen) and I would fall for them as persons, not couse their Tokio freaking Hotel but couse of who they are. Then its all the talk about Adam Lambert having a crush on Bill Kaulitz in Tokio Hotel, but who dosent? I mean he only said hes pretty couse he dosent know him, and Bill dont know him! I love both of them as artist, not in love! And I totally understand Bills reactions, because everyone keeps asking him about his sexulity even tho he says hes straight. And also the fact that, how would u react if one of the same sex said in an intervju that u are pretty and u dont know the person, but are constantly asked about him/her?!
Im sure you all have heard about Norway, since its a international news. I actully live half an hour away from Utoya Island and 1 hour away from Oslo. So when I heard about it I couldnt belive it, then I got terrified, but now I just want to show the terror man that he wont win. That Norway will answer with love, caring and we will remember the victims, but forget about him. Since he said: Its better too be hated than forgotten. Labor's motto is to color Norway red, with democracy, community and tolerance. - Here was a man with other ideals, hatred and malice, and colored Tyrifjorden red with the blood of beautiful young people involved. Therefore, the Norwegian people shouted an answer from the North Cape to Lindesnes, said the mayor. Priest Runar Liodden has been pastor at the family reception at Sundvolden hotel. - Today is the street in Vikersund filled with love. How should we deal with this on? With faith, hope and love, and the greatest is love, said Liodden in a Bible quote. survived Kristian Lundø, who survived the shooting drama, is now at Modum Labor's list of the council. - Dear Modum, I can not say ENOUGH thanks to all who risked their lives to help us, he said, describing the experience when the whole of Norway is mobilized and great care. - 22 July, I will never forget. Thanks to the public who reacted much faster than we had thought after what happened in Oslo. Thanks to Sundvolden said Lundø. He will never forget 21 July - the day before - when all the Utøya smiled. - I have not lost faith in the people and the values I struggle every day, said Kristian Lundø. A heart of roses was then laid on Tyrifjorden We will stan together as people. If one man can show sooo much hate, how much love cant we show eachother! <3