I wonder how far and who are reading my blog and site.
I can see on the statistics that I have visitors, but I don’t know yet who you are and where you live. I will appreciate a small comment on this post, and I will promise to answer it and visit your blog too with a comment on your blog!
Both my husband Ole Jacob and I are touched by cancer. I had my turn three years ago, and I am still slow in motions. We are fighting the effects of it and we try to do positive things like walking in the nearby hood or the woods close to us.
This week we went from Solli to Myggheim right outside Asker in Norway. I is not so far from each other, but a long enough walk for us, this day!
We were out in our small boat yesterday. It is starting to get cold in Norway now, the first frost night has been registered and we are wondering when we have to take the boat up and prepare it for winter..
This is a small island in the Oslofjord, just outside Asker. It is partly a protected area and an island for small cottages.
Helt fra jeg var ganske liten har jeg vært fascinert av blanke ark,
spesielt blanke ark som var bundet inn som bok eller hefte..
Bøkene kan være fine med stilige mønster, eller bare helt enkle bøker og hefter.
Jeg har masse bøker og hefter med blanke ark, og når jeg er i butikken må jeg skjerpe meg når jeg ser slike bøker ligger der og venter på en ny eier…
Hva kommer det av, denne lysten min til å holde på, bla i, og eie slike bøker?
Fargestiftene er det ikke så farlig med, bare jeg har en god kulepenn eller skrivetusj..
Joda, intensjonen er der, skjønner du..
At jeg skal skrive i disse bøkene. Et eller annet, som fortjener å være bundet inn i en fiiin bok! 😉
«Carpe diem» is a phrase from a latin poem by the author
Quintus Horatius Flaccus, who was usually called Horats. He was a roman poet who lived at the same time as Jesus. He was the father to the idea «Carpe diem».
It is popularly translated to «seize the day», even if it ought to be translated to «seize the harvest», as we use it when we harvest in apples and grapes…
My life philosophy is that I want to seize every day. This day is mine! I can use it to do something nice, something special..! I am happy that I’m alive and that I have an opportunity to make my days positive and bright..
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