Paisprezece povești din luna decembrie

By | 9 ianuarie 2017

A fost și mai frig în luna decembrie, dar tot m-am plimbat ceva.

După ce am ajuns acasă de la Alba-Iulia, unde am fost pentru parada de 1 decembrie, am lucrat o zi și am plecat pentru 3 zile la Iași. M-a încântat orașul și regret că am mers pentru prima oară pe bune abia acum.

Pe 17 și 18 decembrie am ajuns într-un sat foarte frumos din Teleorman, la Băduleasa și pe urmă la Timișoara, Oradea si Arad. De acolo m-am îndreptat spre Neamț pentru a petrece Crăciunul alături mama și bunicii mei.

Mai jos, paisprezece povești din luna trecută, de această dată în ordinea în care le-am și publicat pe Instagram.

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Viorel, 51. He was worried that a cop was questioning his wife, a couple blocks away. But everything was fine. He and his family started crafting these things a few weeks ago. The prices were 5 lei, 5 lei, 4 lei and 3 lei. He worked as a mechanic in Orastie and now he's on ill health pension. Moved from the city to the countryside a few years ago and he's happy that he could grow a few plants in the garden. He said about me that I was very curious while most of the citizens knew him. His nickname was "the dwarf" because at some point in the past he made garden gnomes, but not that kitsch that's imported from China. He's a very patient person, in two hours, at 0 degrees temperatures (32 Fahrenheit), he sold of twelve lei (3 dollars), while his pension is of 600 lei. Says that most of the people are loafers (gură-cască) and wouldn't appreciate. He's not begging but offers a product instead. I bought one from the second bucket. Yesterday, while on the National Holiday. I've learned from him that you can do things with dignity and loving work. • You can check more #tudorsstories • #ig_romania #orastie #promovezromania #romaniamagica #descoperaromania #romaniaismycountry #romaniapitoreasca #1Decembriemagic #tudorsflowers

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Amalia, 16. I was at Cărturești at the mall standing at a table and she with her friends asked for permission to sit. Of course I agreed but it sickened me that they were treating me like an adult, "sir". The boy used at some point the word "panaramă", a word that I use excessively, meaning a show off person in a negative way or something slutish. I feel safe to say here that I call my father from time to time like this. And said some more to Amalia which remained stoned after. Her father supposedly had to go to work in Germany but went in secrecy to Cyprus with another woman. What I'm sure about is that once I'll be decided for a girl/woman, I won't do that stuff because I don't find it normally. Amalia is in the 9th grade, doesn't like the high school that's she's following now and plans to switch. Gave her more details from my experience and said to do it her way, put herself more questions 'cause she'll find the answers. I hope she'll do good. • You can check more #tudorsstories

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Olteanu (last name), 65. Sometimes I put some very direct questions right after I meet a new person. Like with him, when I asked about children. Sadly, he had to answer that two of his sons died. One of them, in a tractor accident this summer (31) and the other in 2012 (34). I realized that it's heart breaking to have to talk about your children that way. No parent should do that. He takes care of the chairlift from Bunloc Paragliding Site and at that moment he was breaking woods for the winter. He works here from 2007, but for a small salary, about 200 euro. Has a small pension too, after 22 years of working in different factories – 100 euro. He likes it when there are tourists and paragliders because he talks with them and time flies a little faster. He has also visitors like bears or wild pigs. One week at work, one at home. He lives in Întorsura Buzăului, 40 kilometers away. I went there on the 7th of November because I missed a competition that took place on that hill two days earlier called Bunloc vertical race. 3 kilometers, 500 meters elevation gain. I would have liked to participate. I'll go back there sometime to paraglide. Maybe next summer. I have to prepare a graduation thesis but I think I'll use these six months for more experiences than learning and reading. You can check more #tudorsstories

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Jörg, from Germany. He was drawing the Fabric Synagogue (1841) at -3 degrees C. He likes Timisoara, his girlfriend being from here and visited it for 7 or 8 times the past three years. He said that in Germany there isn't any Synagogue that old, hence the ones before the Second World War were destroyed. This one was closed after 1989. Now it's sold to a gypsy who will try to sell at least the gold that it's in the organ – an old man from the area said that. The same gypsy bought many more buildings in the area. The man said that he's not afraid of the guy and his people because he worked for Interpol and has a pistol at home. The Synagogue made me think that most of the things aren't timeless. Maybe just the ideas of a person or his drives. When I'll die I want people to talk about what I did and believed in. Shaping the world. Not knowing how yet. I'm at the pub of the beer factory Timișoreana, built in 1718. Next, the south of the city. You can check more #tudorsstories #tm2021 #tudorintimisoara

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Andrada, 27. Whenever I speak with somebody that I like to chitchat over the internet, I wish to meet that person "in person". And I see that this is happening more and more nowadays. She is a fine woman with whom I really enjoyed wandering for two days the streets of her city, Oradea. It was awesome for her too, because she didn't think that there's too much to visit. Darvas la Roche House, the city hall tower, the synagogues, churches, parks, streets and more. One of the conclusions that I had was that the Jewish people did a lot of good things for this country and that the Holocaust shouldn't have happened. She enjoys traveling but being a girl it's a little bit harder for her. She would love a more meaningful job. Above, we were în front of he Goldstein residence in Oradea, built in 1910. Andrada thinks that's the only house with David's star on it. She posted the same picture, but since I took it, I'll post my edit. You can check more #tudorsstories #oradea #doorsofromania #jew #jewish

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Each family has troubles. Mine quite a few, but I managed to distance from them and I'm trying to think forward for myself. Somewhere at the beginning of this year I chose to stay optimistic in any situation and many people say that they could see and like that. Above I was at my grandparents and they were praising my mother's cookies for Christmas. Half of the time we talked about their sons, my father and my uncle. If you've been following me, you may know something about my father. Well, his brother isn't far away. Only from what my grandma said to me, he was like a terror for them in the past eighteen months. Last time, in October she was worried that she might not see me again, that she'd be six feet under the ground. Was weakened from all the stress. He has some drinking problems and whenever he's in that state he argues with his parents and say bad words to them. He somehow convinced them in the past to make him the inheritor but they regret that decision. I couldn't know if my father would have been the better option, but I kinda feel sorry for them. No elder should have these problems at 80+ years. As I've learned that almost nothing is forever I try to come as often as I can and just talk with them. If you still have your grandparents, pay them a visit or give them a call and just listen to them. You can check more #tudorsstories #bunicitazlau

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