We're having dinner at Verena's. Kathi and Jonas are there as well and more people are to come. I hope that also laura is willing to come. Verena's mp3 collection is a little... uhm... weird. But who am I to say so? ;)
Two or three days ago, m_e_l_l_i and Sabine visited me and I showed them my photos from Xanten (not all, of course). And yesterday I had Uni again. It was so weird to speak Chinese again. And I had forgotten so many words! I'm glad it was only Lars' Pronunciatio and Intonation Tutorium but I was reading so bad, urgh. But in the bus to Verena I repeated all my forgotten vocabulary and I'm doing good at recovering from my 'trip' to Esperantoland, where I didn't practice Chinese at all.
Speaking of... Yay, I'm back from Xanten and the Internacia Seminario was gureeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeat! Indescribable! I got to know so many cool people and met old friends again. Like, for example, Nadine from Switzerland. Yo... I wrote about all that in my Esperanto entry.
I got my first dictionary of an Amerindian language (if you don't call Maya and Nahuatl): Cheyenne! I'm quite disappointed with it, though. It only has verrrrrrrrry few words, not even "language" and "name". The transcription is also a pretty unusual system I'm not familiar with. Hm. Another dictionary is yet to arrive from overseas: English-Inuktitut. For over 14 €, so it better be a good one!
Nothing much else to say. Kathi and Verena are out for buying some food, they/we are going to cook something.
P.S.: I switched my LJ to Esperanto and all those ugly translations make me shudder! "Ekranumi", "Mieno", argh! I'm not blaming anyone, because I remember that I was the one who – a long time ago – translated a great deal of LiveJournal into Esperanto (at least 30~40%). And I remember that I found the word "Mieno" somewhere. It might not be wrong, but I don't think I would use that word. I'm still attempting to translate EuroBillTracker into Esperanto but the translation matrix doesn't seem to like me.
Anyways, Kathi and Verena are back, off to the kitchen! *whoosh*