Feb 14 2010

To the ones I love

Hey, it’s Valentines day. A day I usually don’t celebrate. But I thought that I for once could write a blog post to the ones I love. So…

To my family

Grandmother – I love you grandma, thanks for everything you and grandpa gave to me when I grew up. /mormors lilla prinsessa
Mum – Thanks for always caring about me. Thanks for calling me just to ask how I feel or if I have had a nice day.
Dad – Thank you for everything you have taught me. I am glad I can ask you about anything. Thanks for all your expressions that makes me laugh.
Marcus – Thanks for being my big brother, for always being there when we grew up. Thank you for all the shit chats on msn.
CC – Thank you for taking care of my brother. I am happy that he’s found you.
Marianne – You are the best! I can see so much of myself in you.
Britt-Louise – Thank you for everything we did together that my parents didn’t want to do with me. Like swimming in the rain etc.

To my friends in Linköping – I love you and would be nothing without you

Stefan – Thanks for being my best friend. Thanks for believing in me. Thank you for all the late nights with dkp-tea.
Pernilla – I am happy that Stefan found you and that I have got to know you too. Even though you hate board games, you are a great person.
Alice – Tant Maria loves you sweetie. Soon I will read Bamse for you.
Anna & Andreas – Thanks for your hospitality, for all the nights I’ve got to sleep on your couch, thanks for being boardgame geeks. I am also looking forward to your wedding!
Tobias – Thanks for being there when I was down and the rest were busy with gf/bf stuff ;) Thank you for all your support and for always being online when I need you.

To my closest friends in Stockholm – I am happy to have got to know you all

Jonas – Thanks for taking care of me when I moved here. I am sorry for not having time to see you more often. I owe you one!
Elisabeth – Thank you for being so funny. Thanks for all your imitations. Thank you for all the walks to Kristineberg and for everything we have talked about. I miss you so much.
Lorraine – Thanks for all your laughs, you really make my life more joyful. Thanks for the late nights out and the late chats online, thank you for listening.
Sanna – Thank you for all your quotes that make me laugh. You are one talented, energetic and independent woman. Thank you for någotsmart and all our geeky discussions over a shitty msn.
Susanna – Thank you for being the one you are. Thanks for your Finnish accent and for letting me see and hear a piece of my roots. It means a lot to me.
Jenny – Thank you for all your kindness and care. Thanks for your company on the green line to Bromma.

To my Online friends – I wouldn’t have been the one I am today without you

Rickard/shelter – I am happy that we are still friends.
Kees/andabata – My lovely Dutchman, thanks for all your love, I hope we will meet soon.
Daniel/Douwd – Thanks for all your computer support.
Don/Brett/gcb – Thank you for being the clam you are and thanks for proof reading my blog. It’s really appreciated.
John/Subbass – Thank you for all the graphical stuff you make. You really have skills man!
Martin/Muhko – Thank you for always making me laugh, even when I am down. I miss you really.

To the friend I have left in Sundsvall

Martin – Even though you only call me when you are drunk nowadays, you are one of the kindest persons I know. You were always there to help me when I called. I am happy to have got to know you and Simon. Call me next time Timrå IK is in Stockholm.

I took a few tears to write this post… But that just confirms it for me. I love you all!



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Nov 2 2009

Love in the house

To bad I am not involved. But some of my neighbours are.

I thought this story (swedish) was kinda funny so I sent it to Skyltat.se. Feel free to vote for it or push it. There is a sequel to the story, so keep your eyes open.



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Aug 5 2009

A mothers point of view

Today I flattened my mums fringe and then I couldn’t stop laughing at the result. She looked very funny, haha!

That was just a side-note to what I had planned to write in this post though. My intention was to write about children in the eyes of their mother. And now you all think “Hey, stop there, you have no kids, you know nothing about this”. That’s true, I know nothing. But I have a mother who I know loves me and I am the apple of her eye.

Once she told me a story of when I puked in a bus when I was about one year old. People around us moved away from their seats and the stink was probably evident. But then she said “but you can never feel a bad smell from your own child”. That gives me a hint about a mothers love for her child. It’s so tremendous that she can’t even feel the bad smell of their own child’s vomit.

Today I found a mail in my inbox, it was a tip from my mum with a link to a job from the webpage of the official Swedish employment service. The job was some kind of model job for a fashion company and the description said that they were looking for someone with an attractive appearance. In the message my mum had written “something for you, you are so beautiful my daughter”.  It made me smile. I am fully aware of that I have no chance in the world to get a model job without some surgery in advance but in my mothers eyes I am the most beautiful girl in the world. I know that in reality I am not but I don’t care because I know I am loved and I love my mother too.

Even if we don't always get along, I love you mum!

Even if we don't always get along, I love you mum!



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