I’ve been very quiet lately and it’s been raining (a lot) lately. Let’s catch up.Continue reading “Rainy days and what more.”
I’ve wanted to write this for a long time, but since this is quite a large topic and needs a lot of time, I kept putting it on the side for later. Here it is.Continue reading “Differences between Norway and Poland.”
Hamar is our absolutely favorite place for a walk. It doesn’t matter that it’s 1,5 hours drive away from us or that it’s particularly cold there this time of the year.Continue reading “Windy walk in Hamar.”
The old, dirty snow has finally melted (I mean besides those big hills that snow cleaning machine made on the corners of streets, those will probably disappear at the end of May), so the springtime is finally on. Besides temperatures, they still go to minus from time to time, but that’s typisk norsk vær (typical Norwegian weather).Continue reading “Welcome, spring.”
Waking up at 5:25 am, can’t sleep, reading Harry Potter till 8 am, taking a cat for a walk and then driving through whole Innlandet just to get a new phone. A day.Continue reading “A chaotic day.”
All the pros and cons.Continue reading “Living in a small village in Norway.”
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.”
A free day, one of not so many, was covered with clouds (like many days this summer unfortunately) but we decided to still take a chance and go for a walk. We ended up on the top of a hill called Kjølabergstoppen.
Warm and moisty days are for now over. One day came an unexpected thunder and took away all the heat, and also surprised us on a walk, which ended up in us running like crazy.
It’s been a while, but for me, it seems like May was just a couple of days ago. It’s really shocking how the time flies, and suddenly we have full-blown summer.