With the snow melting, birds singing and sun shining, the hope is rising. Hope for the better days, for the world to change back to the ‘old times’. February was an odd month.Continue reading “Couple of February thoughts.”
Faraway – a poem.
I never know what to write in those intros for poems. You like poems: you’re welcome to check what I created. You don’t like poems: you’re welcome to my other creations. Enjoy!Continue reading “Faraway – a poem.”
Couple of January thoughts.
As the month is coming to an end, I find it quite important to reflect over it. Here we go:Continue reading “Couple of January thoughts.”
Living in a small village in Norway.
All the pros and cons.Continue reading “Living in a small village in Norway.”
Book review – “Å samle solstråler fra Mosul til Drammen”.
Rahma Hamed is younger than me – born in 2000, but have more life experience than more people than I know (including me). She went through a lot, has probably much more to say, but is that enough for a background of a good book?Continue reading “Book review – “Å samle solstråler fra Mosul til Drammen”.”
Woke up to a winter wonderland.
There are only a few times in our adult lives when we feel the same as when we felt in our childhood. 20 cm of snow (around) is one of the rare things that makes us smile like kids (before the bitter reality comes: cleaning all that yourself).Continue reading “Woke up to a winter wonderland.”
Christmas in Norway & decaf.
The news are old, but never took time to write about it here so here we go!Continue reading “Christmas in Norway & decaf.”
We’ve got a cat & winter is here.
The last two weeks, when there were no posts, were very, very boring (one of the reasons I didn’t write anything), but recently a lot more is going on. I mean, a cat?Continue reading “We’ve got a cat & winter is here.”
Butter pound cake recipe.
So I discovered one very good recipe on a polish website. Did the cake twice and since it was always very yummy – I decided to share it with you guys.Continue reading “Butter pound cake recipe.”
Norwegian autumn poem.
Well, it’s a poem from Rolf Jacobsen that fits perfectly in this cold and cozy days. The translation is mine, so be aware.Continue reading “Norwegian autumn poem.”