This is the question I ask myself quite often on weekends.
Especially on Sundays, when I *know* I have to get up at some point on Monday. In this case, I am due to get up in 7 hours so that I can have my coffee before staggering off to Danish class.
The rest of Denmark has vacation now and I am not for another two weeks.
Well, it seems like all of Denmark is on vacation, I'm sure plenty of you are reading this at work RIGHT NOW! Haha! You cheeky sods!
Germany is also having vacation as we speak.
This I know because I seem to have gone to sleep last weekend in Denmark and woke up in Germany. It looks the same around here, but for the last week no one is speaking a language that I can communicate in other than order beer and ask for toilets. Even my Danish teacher was getting confused and sometimes spoke to me in German. Then my brain does this little jig in my head as it frantically looks for the proper vocabulary in the Danish file, then swaps to Languages-Currently-Not-In-Use and whips something out. It is guaranteed to be wrong.
C'est la vie, non?
Staying up late on school nights is certainly not going to help my fragile language abilities.
But is nice about staying up late in Denmark during the summer, regardless of what language you may encounter the next
It's the only time of the year I can pretend to be a morning person.
Just look at that sunrise! How lovely.
Morning people love to talk about the sunrise. About how it heralds a new day all fresh with no mistakes in it. I'd like to point out that I always start my day without any mistakes in it... only I start later in the day to minimize the number of mistakes that can occur before the end of the day. Forward thinking, that's me. I also like my days like my wines and cheeses, slightly aged and mature.
But I do like sunrises.
Which would leave me with a problem if it wasn't for Danish summers.