I was challenged by Julita Wozny to post black & white photos for the up-coming five days. I posted one photo, and then forgot all about it D-: Does it mean I fail at the challenge? … <.< … >.>…. Since this is my blog – I don’t think so. And today, I nominate theMOFman :-D TheMOFMan has some great B&W shots in his gallery already, so I’m sure this challenge will be a piece of cake. MOF, in order to take this […]
I’ve been challenged by Julita Wozny to post black & white photos for the up-coming five days. Yay! In return I nominate Joe Towey :-D Joe, in order to take this challenge, you must post B&W photography for the next five days, and each day nominate another photographer to enter the challenge. Good luck!
Bam! This blog recently turned two years, and I didn’t highlight the event in any way. I’m so sorry, my darling (yes, sometimes I communicate directly with this blog, it’s my baby after all)! I’m the worst mama ever. How can redeem myself? I should give you a present, perhaps a new theme, oooh(!), or a domain! I’ll make some grand gesture, just wait. In the meantime, let’s reminiscence a bit. 2nd year
I’ve been consumed with work lately. Written like that it might seem dreary for people who don’t enjoy their work, but for me: It’s WONDERFUL! I only wish the days were longer… while they’re literally getting shorter. Høstjevndøgn in Norway falls on 23. September. It’s when the day and night are equally long. (Called equinox in English, according to Google Translate.) And on the Thursday closest to this date, a magical event finds place to remind us that the dark […]
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Today, I eat garlic and drink honey, when I’m not sneezing and coughing. I was so ready to download Sims 4 and escape reality for a some of hours, soooooo ready. But Sims 4 does not exist for Mac. EA is evil. I’ll go eat some more garlic…
Oslo these days is like: sun OFF, sun ON, sun off and on. But no matter the weather, it’s eternal sunshine in my mind (this week). I finally have a job, you see ^_______^ So for at least ten months, I will not be whining about being an unemployed journalist. Be glad you’ll never see some of my post drafts from last year published; they all start with an account of a quite fortunate and privileged girl’s struggles in the […]