Archive for October, 2011

26 Oct 2011

Impressive

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Halloween is just around the corner and carving pumpkins is a popular activity for the season. The Jack-o-Laterns I’ve made in my day have looked nothing like American Ray Villafane‘s impressively detailed pieces of art. Have a look at this!

(All images via Ray Villafane)
26 Oct 2011

It goes on

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24 Oct 2011

Just a normal Sunday

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The Big Book of Breasts, just one of the strange things you might find in a laundry room in Gothenburg. A anonymous neighbour left some books in the laundry room with a note for anyone to feel free to grab one or two before he throws them away. This book in particular caught our attention. I wonder if the old ladies feel offended by the nude pics in the book if they dare to have a look. 🙂

21 Oct 2011

October 21 2011

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Autumn colours (Sweden)

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21 Oct 2011

Cold

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My first blog post using the iPhone app. Just letting you know it’s getting cold in the mornings here now. At least it doesn’t seem as windy today and it’s not raining. Always something to be positive about. 🙂

 

 

20 Oct 2011

Just a wish

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19 Oct 2011

It breaks my heart a little bit

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Every single time I talk to Nana she mentions that our trip to Australia is getting closer and that Christmas won’t be the same when Simon and I aren’t there. It breaks my heart a little bit and it makes me wish I could clone myself.

19 Oct 2011

Pick yourself up, dust yourself off

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It’s been a bit quiet here in the blog the last couple of days and here is the explanation. I’ve been feeling completely under the weather. The reason for this is not just one thing or just one event but a range of different things that just caused a total meltdown.

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19 Oct 2011

Simple

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19 Oct 2011

Dear God

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Found this in Boel’s blog and I just want to share it with you since it’s such a beautiful (yet sad) little story.

Our 14-year-old dog Abbey died last month. The day after she passed away my 4-year-old daughter Meredith was crying and talking about how much she missed Abbey. She asked if we could write a letter to God so that when Abbey got to heaven, God would recognize her. I told her that I thought we could so, and she dictated these words:

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