Saturday, May 31, 2014
Saturday, April 19, 2014
Traveling home always brings out a special feeling. Everything is the same way it has always been, more or less. You get served the same food that you love, hang out at the same places you always did and meet the same people that has always been there. It gets extra interesting when bringing someone new into the family. You get to show them around and share all the traditions you have made through the years.
I am loving my easter break that contains all of this along with a sun-burned nose, drinking Solo and eating just a little bit too much sweets with my loved ones.
Saturday, April 12, 2014
OR A SATURDAY IN BERGEN, A WEDNESDAY IN LONDON AND A SUNDAY IN TOKYO..
Wear a dress. If you don't have one, get a cheap one from the thrift shop.
Go out and have a drink with people you haven't seen in years. Spend more money on a fancy daiquiry than you spent on the dress.
Walk in the rain. Don't travel by bus, get your hands dirty and hair wet.
Stop to photograph the passing traffic.
Just walk around and smile to strangers.
Make an entire pot of coffee and drink all of it.
Rearrange your bedroom, then sit on the floor and read a magazine.
Buy a ticket for Roskilde and never plan how to travel there until the day actually comes.
Friday, April 11, 2014
Today I am happy about...
Friday, April 4, 2014
My complete dream job in life has always been to work in an Apple Store or Premium Reseller. I am there, and it couldn't feel any better. Now, just wish me luck everybody, I will probably break a leg or five.
Tuesday, March 25, 2014
In the rare occation of sunshine and a lot of spare time, it was time for a classic Sunday-roadtrip. I asked the boyfriend to bring me somewhere I had never been before which led us to Fjell Fortress.
The first thing that met us was this incredible pond which seemed to come from nowhere. It was surrounding all the trees, and we found no end to it.
With a sign leading to Fjell Fortress, we decided to walk. After all, how far could it be?
We kept walking for some time and was met by both an incredible view as well as some quite cool army-vehicles.
I had of course decided to dress for the occation; wearing the typical Norwegian Marius-jumper and a skirt.
As we came further up the mountain there were more army-stuff. On one top this guy was just standing there, armed – something I found to be weird as there were nothing but nature surrounding us.
When we found bunkers, we played for a bit.
We decided to head home. That's when the rain startet pouring down. So there I was, in the middle of nowhere dressed in a skirt and jumper only.
Back in the car and completely soaked. It wouldn't have been a perfect Sunday without that rain.