DeepAndDark wrote:Oh dear, Nada, I hope you'll feel better real soon. There's nothing worse than a long slow illness.
@Nadya: It's strange that I didn't notice your signature earlier. It says "I'm coming!" Well, let me tell you my story connected with this expression..
I was late for the Uni and English was the first that day. I texted my teacher "I'm coming" so that she would know that I'm going to be late. She texted back "Glad for you!" When I entered the class they were all smiling at me and my teacher asked if I understood why she answered me like that. I wondered what may be wrong there. Then she explained that the phrase "I'm coming" is more oftenly used to say that you're about to have an orgasm. So I'm glad for you, Nadya, oh, I'm so glad!
I just saw this....actually here in the States, when we are coming to someplace we say I'm coming such as you did. However, if it's an orgasm, it's spelled I'm cumming!! Tell your teacher that.
My heart aches this day as I know that I will not be in Munich and will never see our boys ever again and that anything I used to do on their behalf is pretty much over. Whether it's doing adverts for MJ Guitars or anything for scorpsnews.com, or really joining in anything regarding them; it seems to be coming to an end. I will still post my happiness for all of you going to Oberhausen and Munich, I will still love them and their music, but I feel a slipping away little by little. You know when someone has been there for only a season but made such an impact on your life? That is what Scorps did for me.....I feel tho that I am not feeling it like I used to. And that hurts. I put all my Scorps memorabilia away in storage, not easily accessible now. I miss BGRW, I miss how I used to feel, I miss it all. But it was wonderful while it lasted.