Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett wrote Good Omens, released 1990, when my daughter was born. So I missed out on it then. This summer my daughter and son made me read it, and we have watched the 6 piece adventure streamed from Amazon. I simply LOVE it! The way I loved Narnia and JRR Tolkiens […]Read Post ›
Once a year, go somewhere you have never been before – Dalai Lama Tina allows us all to take a break this week, and I am just back from a lovely break together with my family. The best way for me to enjoy life! We went to Denmark this weekend, the whole family, and watched […]Read Post ›
This June, my mother turned 84, and was celebrated at a renowned restaurant – a wonderful old farm by the name of Humlalyckan. In English that would translate into something like… Bumble Bee Happiness. And yes – there might be two of them!
Our host this week, Patti, challenges us to show some of our own favorite things! They may be old or new – but all of us have favorites… Many favorites have their own story, and some of my favorites are living things. In the header, a precious tulip I got from a collector, a friend […]Read Post ›
As so many of you expressed your appreciation over my son’s inspirational desk (Creativity Challenge #42)…I thought I would invite him this Thursday, to share some of his creative work with us. And he said Yes – so – I hope you will enjoy his explorings! Sösdala Distillery There lies an old distillery right next […]Read Post ›
International Women’s Day 2019 Even if she is far too young to be called a woman, Greta Thunberg is the first name on the list from a poll made by one of our most important evening papers: Rent allmänt, vilken svensk kvinna tycker du har utmärkt sig särskilt positivt under de senaste 12 månaderna? Generally […]Read Post ›
Tonight, after a lovely day out, hiking and enjoying the sunshine, I was contemplating what really made me happy and in a good mood these last weeks. Do you often reflect upon what makes you happy? We should. At least reflection brings me more harmony. To experience things together with my children is a great […]Read Post ›
Milo moving in with his favorite toy last summer. A tender moment on a very hot day.
Suddenly I remembered all those years we every winter went to Fryksås in Dalarna, and stayed at the Fäbodvall in a typical old cottage from the 19th century – or older. When I look up Fäbod in English, it says shieling/sheeling – small huts were farmers used to spend their summers in the mountain pastures, […]Read Post ›