We visited Madrid this weekend, me and
my adorable Regine.
Every happening is a milestone in our amazing love story, and every time
Regine is more beautiful and gives me all the happiness i want and can
A so we walked around Madrid but mostly hangin' round Sol and the Tapas
Bars. And my belly grew this days so much that now i almost hate my body
and i must recover my beauty with a kind of diet, i'll hardly face. We
did not visit Madrid, because this is what we wanted; we slept, walked,
drank, ate, met Anke, and slept again.
And we stayed at Hostal Alaska, www.hostalalaska.com, which we suggest
to you all because of the central position, the gentle owner Carlos and
his "7 daughters" (which are the 7 rooms...).
We relaxed very much, and yesterday it was so bad to go back to work...
And I red "The Curious incident of
the dog in the Night time", the book about Christopher: an autistic
child who loves the truth, who like maths and wets his pants. And i liked
it because he is so sweet and i feel very much like him sometimes (but
i dont wet my pants no more)...and i think i'm starting to write and think
The following is one of the few jokes that Christopher likes, concerning
the preciseness of mathematicians. And the joke runs as follows. "There
are three men on a train. One of them is an economist and one of them
is a logician and one of them is a mathematician. And they have just crossed
the border into Scotland (I don't know why they are going to Scotland)
and they see a brown cow standing in a field from the window of the train
(and the cow is standing parallel to the train). And the economist says,
`Look, the cows in Scotland are brown.' And the logician says, 'No. There
are cows in Scotland of which at least one is brown.' And the mathematician
says, 'No. There is at least one cow in Scotland, of which one side appears
to be brown.' And this is funny because economists are not real scientists,
and because logicians think more clearly, but mathematicians are best."
This joke, and Christopher, make me laugh and happy...about love, life,
and the immense pureness of maths.
And i must say thank you to the Stein sisters...