Tag Archive: Experience

Putting thoughts into practise

The last day of September brought the last day of summer warmth. I brought Maria up to the hill to celebrate her birthday. I had prepared a barbeque and a cake with candles… Continue reading

Story time

You know, being here, isn’t just an everyday routine for me. Like all the places I have lived I really take things in. You don’t know this, but I put together phrases, sentences,… Continue reading

Where seeds turn into sunflowers

Lately, there have been some beautiful sunny days but today the rain is pouring down. Around here, that is to be expected. Lately, I’ve been really outgoing but today I’ve stayed in and… Continue reading

Spell of rain

There’s a spell of rain across the sky Days drizzle by, not like a stream that runs Over stones and timber, roaring and thriving Towards the greater depth, but rather softly My fingertips… Continue reading

Piloxing, Pilates, Parties and People

I just came back from Ashtanga yoga class, held by an Indian, quite attractive, young man. Relax your body and surrender to your breath, he repeated with a soothing and set voice. I… Continue reading

Power cut

Back in Oslo, in my own bed. The window is open and lets the cool night air into my room. I caught a bus early Monday morning from Rättvik and 9 long, bumpy… Continue reading

Yes Man!

Have you seen the movie “Yes Man” when Jim Carrey persistently says “Yes” to everything? Well, lately I’ve been saying Yes! I am invited to a party after work and I say yes.… Continue reading

Shoot!

You miss one hundred percent of the shots you never take. Wayne Gretzky

Perfect Sun-Day

Yesterday’s rain is gone, today is a beautiful sunny day. I’m listening to my Sun-Day-Morning-Feel-Good Spotify playlist with classics from Nina Simone, Bob Dylan, Otis Redding, Stevie Wonder and Sam Cooke. My open… Continue reading

Confused Love

Love easily confuses us because it is always in flux between illusion and substance, between memory and wish, between contentment and need.   Tom Robbins; Even Cowgirls Get the Blues