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Diary four: I am a mug addict

  • Diary 4: I am a mug addict, Wednesday 9th March

    Author: Liana Kokkaliari Type: Reference material

    I am a mug addict. Perhaps because I love coffee, especially flavoured sorts. At the moment I’m drinking the vanilla-hazelnut flavour and there’s also vanilla-butterscotch in the kitchen cupboard. I’m very particular with mugs, you know, like the wine connoisseur who looks at the drink for half an hour, smells it, plays with the glass, looks at the wine again, uses it as mouthwash etc. No, I don’t spend much money on them and I don’t have a big collection. But I like ...

  • Diary 4: I am a mug addict, Sunday 13th March

    Author: Liana Kokkaliari Type: Reference material

    As I was saying 4 days ago, I felt I had to make a decision. I am not really happy with the option of working in a primary education office, no matter if I have some experience, and I am not happy at all with the option of driving every day down a hill, up another hill, crossing a lake (well, on a bridge, that is), up a mountain, on a road with 1,378 impossible turns, joining the other commuters on the motorway to Athens and following one of the motorway exits to get ...

  • Diary 4: I am a mug addict, Monday 14th March

    Author: Liana Kokkaliari Type: Reference material

    OK, then, what else? I sprained my ankle and am walking like Hunchback without his notorious accessory. I am not fascinated with the idea of not going to school because I came to the sickening conclusion that I’d rather go to work and feel I’ve somehow done my “duty” that stay at home and feel awkward. It’s paranoid; no matter if I have a good day or not (the “nots” are more frequent), I feel I have to go to school, otherwise I’m a parasite that wakes up late while the ...

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