"Natalie Keener: Sometimes it feels like, no matter how much success I have, it's not gonna matter until I find the right guy. I could have made it work, he really fit the bill, you know. White collar, 6'1, college grad, loves dogs, likes funny movies, brown hair, kind eyes, works in finance but is outdoorsy. I always imagined he'd have a single syllable name like Matt or John or Dave. In a perfect world, he drives a 4 runner and the only thing he loves more than me is his golden lab. And a nice smile. What about you?
Alex Goran: You know, honestly by the time you're 34, all the physical requirements just go out the window. You secretly pray that he'll be taller than you, not an asshole would be nice just someone who enjoys my company, comes from a good family. You don't think about that when you're younger. Someone who wants kids, likes kids. Healthy enough to play with his kids. Please let him earn more money than I do, you might not understand that now but believe me, you will one day otherwise that's a recipe for disaster. And hopefully, some hair on his head. I mean, that's not even a deal breaker these days. A nice smile. Yea, a nice smile just might do it." /Up in the air
Sest mõnikord inimesed naeratavad niimoodi, et kasvõi korraks, kasvõi ainult kuniks ma nurga taha keeran, ma armun.
Eile jutustati Hobuveskis jälle lugusid. Need, kes ka viisteist mai seda kuulama ei tule, on küll rumalad. Tõesti. Jan Blake jagas eile meiega oma lugusid. Sellel naisel on nii puhas lauluhääl. Ta pani külmakanged (kuid kevadest juba veidi sulanud) eestlased laulma ja Ghana (Ghana!) rütmides õõtsuma, rääkimata siis naermisest ja kuulamisest. Lõpuks plaksutati kaks lisalugu välja - nagu korralikel kontserteil ikka. Mõnus. Eelmisel korral loodi maailm ja nüüd vaadati, kuidas maailmas elu käib. Kolm tundi läks liiga kiiresti ja järgmine kord on nii kaugel...