Wednesday, June 03, 2009


Tuska, Helsinki 2008

June in Finnish is kesäkuu and since kesä means summer, June is thus summer month. And so it is, regardless strange weather, sunny 28 degrees one day and then rainy cold of barely 7 degrees the other day within the same week. June in Finland represents the beginning of school holidays and the time of summer festivals; the time of open-air, live music which lasts all the long way to August. There are so many rock-and-metal festivals and Finns is summer are a festival nation.

This year, I am looking forward to at least some of these festivals, but I am also waiting them with slight excitement... and there are some reasons. For the first time I am not going to be the audience, but I will belong to the festival crew... eeek, sure I am a bit scared! :D


Aelfsciene said...

Yeey! Uzivej maksimalno.

Nárëlaimë said...

Zakon!! Uživaj še za nas. :D

kaneli said...

@both: Hvala za dobre želje. Bom poskusila, ampak me je res kar strah... nimam še izkušenj z redarskim delom + finsko vreme + pijani Turkučani... well, bomo videli. :D