Tag Archive: Appreciation

With a little help from my friends

Lately I have come across situations that have had me thinking about: Help. A friend of mine, who I regard as one of the most self-sufficient, well-organized and solution-orientated people I know, and… Continue reading

Just in time for…(Xmas)

The last bit of Christmas shopping. The decoration of the Christmas tree. The annual picture with my brother. Christmas presents! Mom’s traditional and superb home-made food. Glistening snow and minus 20 degrees outside.… Continue reading

Sturdy up your heart

Sitting on the balcony in a summer dress, sipping on an afternoon drink. The white cotton drape of clouds are just brushing the edges of the mountain and the breeze is caressing my… Continue reading

Senses is (again) where it’s at

Senses is where it’s at. It is what I concluded when I left Cape Town 2 years ago and it is what comes to mind when I once again find myself in front… Continue reading

On the inside

Stockholm. I pull the hood over my head and escape into a nest, like everyone else, my gaze is down on the slush of snow that has got a brownish tone from all… Continue reading

It was November…

This morning my friend’s son, Mio, sneaked into the guest room where I was sleeping…”Len, wake up!” I smiled a little and stole a kiss from his cheek, thinking that although children are… Continue reading

Lately

I’ve been… Eating my fav sandwich in the morning: avo, coriander and sea salt Enjoying Beatrice’s most amazing home made cookies. (The French Macaroni’s are to die for!) Going out to dinner with… Continue reading

Rich, connected and loved

In case you didn’t know, you couldn’t tell, or you haven’t heard, if you’re reading this right now on a computer, you’re rich. If you have somewhere to go today, you’re connected. And… Continue reading

Family fall

It’s weekend again. This one I’ve spent peacefully with my family. My grandmother, uncle and cousin came over for dinner Saturday night. My mom’s lamb meatballs with parsley and lemon zest cooked in… Continue reading

Mamma Mia – what a beautiful trip!

Mom and I chose to stay in Monterosso, the biggest of the five villages, because mom wanted to stay close to the beach. And actually, I didn’t mind either. Monterosso’s old town was… Continue reading