Tag Archive: Plans

The greater plan

We had a plan. We were in it together. Until I made other plans. The decision had been growing like a storm in my head for weeks, maybe longer. A whisper that had… Continue reading

Familiar feelings

I wake up without an alarm, in my childhood room. I can’t remember when I last slept a full night. Still I feel slow. Still sad. My mother comes sit at my bedside… Continue reading

A silent summer sigh

The last breath of July came as a silent sigh. This is the summer that never happened. But I embrace the change of season, despite autumn arriving about a month too soon. This… Continue reading

Laundry and other To-Do’s.

It’s laundry day. That means, I hang out at my favourite café Laundromat, drink heaps of coffee and treat myself a fancy breakfast, while getting things done online. My neighbours seem to have gone… Continue reading

After rain comes sunshine

The rain is pouring outside and all I want to do is eat chocolate in bed. That’s not entirely true. I want to be curled into my man’s safe embrace, feel his firm… Continue reading

I carry your heart

I can’t think of anything that warms my heart more right now than being cuddled up in Maria’s bed speaking to Lorena over Skype, making plans to reunite in Cape Town for Christmas… 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

Same May but different

Two days after I had the interview in Oslo, the hotel manager called me to say I got the job as fulltime receptionist. I was relieved and happy, especially because I had given… Continue reading

Update; everything’s alright!

I’m in Stockholm, in the brothers’ flat, although Micke has left for Barcelona. Sun is shining; spring is on its way, but as always, winter winds linger. I’ve started searching for jobs again.… Continue reading

Prepare to be surprised

Expect the best, plan for the worst, and prepare to be surprised. Denis Waitley