Lauren passed away unexpectedly last week. Due to the upcoming wedding and new COVID-19 lock-downs, I won’t be able to make it to the calling hours/funeral. I wrote a few words to be read and wanted to share them here.
I’ve been building the habit of stopping in at the local bakery for a cappuccino. Their cups are lovely and if I’m very lucky, someone left a newspaper. I have … Continue reading Time for coffee and the newspaper
We had a cold snap, but it’s now back up around 10-15 c. I don’t know if fall is coming or going.
I was so enthusiastic about keeping up the momentum that I did the previous section on Friday, then this section on Sunday 8 August – no matter that it had … Continue reading Upplandsleden 4: Harva > Runsa
Part three of Upplandsleden, this time from north to south. 12.8 km of adventure!
Apparently the first time I picked up a guitar, I held it left-handed. I didn’t know what I was doing and didn’t actually have any intention of playing, so no worries. When I actually decided to learn, I spent some time thinking: right or left-handed?
This 100 days of blogging might have been a bad idea. I’ve spent the day thinking about what I should write about and discarding ideas; I realized that I don’t … Continue reading Just making noise
Today was my last day of work and Iwon’t be back until Monday 3 January. I knew this sabbatical was coming and had been planning for it for months. That’s … Continue reading On sabbaticals and organisation