Tag Archive: Friends

The easy way in Norway

Back to Hudiksvall via Stockholm. A 10 hours train ride. That’s allright. I have a lot to think about anyway. I had a great, intense stay in Oslo. When I arrived the sun… Continue reading

When the limo breaks down

Lots of people want to ride with you in the limo, but what you want is someone who will take the bus with you when the limo breaks down. Oprah Winfrey

Mio, my love

The sweetest little guy I know just turned 3 and threw an awesome birthday party with the coolest cake!

It could be about a job

Reset; to clear any pending errors or events and bring a system to normal condition or initial state I’ve been in reset mode so many times for the last two years; it feels… Continue reading

Socializing in Stockholm

The train is gently swaying forward… Graveled pavements and city streetlights are replaced by snowy white fields and red wooden houses. Sweden in March. It all feels so familiar. When I came to… Continue reading

Had I been in Cape Town today…

Today I’ve been missing Cape Town. Maybe because it’s Sunday… The best day for having pancakes for breakfast. I would add a delicious Mocha from Vida e Caffé or herbal tea at Birds.… Continue reading

Mio & Minna

Yesterday, my friend Madelene, her husband Ding & I, went to visit the new member of the Löfling family. I have told you about Mio already who is turning 3 years old in March.… Continue reading

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

While you were sleeping

There is so much beauty happening while we are asleep… The golden moon setting in the ocean. The stars sparkling up above Camps Bay nightlife music slowly fading in the background. People leaving… Continue reading

Small world eh!

Cape Town has a population of over 3,5 million people, covering a large area of suburbs and townships. But that is hard to realize, when I stroll the streets of the city centre,… Continue reading