Tiny House

I have been fascinating by tiny houses for a few years now. It kind of reminds me of summerhouses, small, cosy and cute 🙂 and I have been watching countless videos on youtube showing tiny houses around the world for a few years now. Allways imagining building one myself or having one built to my […]

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Pedestrian rant….

So, I don’t have a drivers license, which makes it logical that I don’t have a car either of course. I walk everywhere, all the time and I don’t mind the rain, snow or even a storm. Walking is my thing if you like. Which in this society makes me a pedestrian. Ha, yes I […]

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Words, words, words….

So, I have been reading books all my life. Well, ever since I can remember. My dad was head of the local library and through this priviledge I spent quite a lot of my childhood in the company of the written word. Everyone in my family read and to me it seemed like I was […]

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Finetuning…..

I frequently rearrange my furniture, usually when I feel its time to dust of behind my books it seems like the perfect time. I love the newness of this, looking at everything from a new angle. It’s refreshing and puts everything in a new light. I do this too with my priorities in life.I find […]

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Merging website with blog

I decided to merge my homepage with my blog. Hence the new earlier posts (I noted the original date of publishing from my website). It is so much easier to work with and then I can integrate my literary interests, the movies I watch with the journalistic explorations. I went to a blog “read 52 […]

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As I said….

“As soon as we start putting our thoughts into words and sentences everything gets distorted, language is just no damn good—I use it because I have to, but I don’t put any trust in it. We never understand each other.” ― Marcel Duchamp  â€śPeople who judge others tell more about Who They Are, than Who […]

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As time goes by….

So, my dad crossed over yesterday. 90 years, a good long life. Except for the past maybe 8 years, he was a pillar of the community and being the head of the local library he also initiated many cultural events. On some of these he worked closely with my mom and they were both kind […]

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Learning curve

Well, I was discussing school with a friend of mine today and allthough we do differ somewhat in our opinion as to how learning could be acquired, we certainly were in aggreement that the schoolsystem as such could do with some changes. Not only as far as the subjects taught in school, but also in […]

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Changing the timeline

I was just thinking, the current state of affairs taken into consideration – you know the world and all, what would happen if we could go back in time and change one thing. Would it actually have an effect or would things merely take a smal detour and then someone else or something else would […]

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Incredible

There are two things that will inevitably stir up strong emotions in people. One is politics and the other is religion. One could argue that they are in fact both the same or at the very least incredibly similar phenomenons. Needless to say it is a fact that whenever one of these topics come up […]

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Putting it bluntly…

“The major problem—one of the major problems, for there are several—one of the many major problems with governing people is that of whom you get to do it; or rather of who manages to get people to let them do it to them. To summarize: it is a well-known fact that those people who must […]

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Movies

I love movies, especially science fiction movies. But I also do enjoy wellwritten manuscripts where the writers anticipate an intelligent audience. And funny scripts. So, here are a few of my favourite movies and series. They are not in any specific order of preference, just written down as they come to mind. Scorpion – a […]

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