Sunday, 21 September 2014

What I love about autumn

Rain, wind, colourful leaves.
Season premieres on telly.
Warm jumpers, cute boots.
Reading under a blanket.
Almost winter.

Tuesday, 16 September 2014


University is hard.
So much to do. All the time.
It's even harder when your mind is working full-time on its own.
Depression. Anxiety. Panic disorder.
I'm so sick of all these labels.
I want my life back. I want to live.
I'm sick of fear.
I'm sick of sadness.
I'm sick of feeling numb.
I'm sick.
I need to get better.

Saturday, 30 August 2014

The end of summer

It's almost the end of August, I'm back at university and Doctor Who is back on telly. Autumn is coming and that feels good.

I'm looking forward to winter and snow and cold weather. This summer has been scorching hot here in Norway and I'm not good with heat. Lucky for me, though, I've been working in an airconditioned laboratory all summer, so it hasn't been completely unbearable. :)

So now I'm back at uni, working hard and revising. My first exam is in exactly one month - laboratory medicine - which will be interesting, haha.

How are you doing?

Wednesday, 13 August 2014

LFCC 2014

Wow. Okay. So I kind of forgot about my blog for a bit. Honestly, though, I've been working so much this summer so that's probably why. Now I'm done with my summer job and have a week off before school starts. So here's a quick update about London Film Comic Con for you guys.

So at LFCC, I met:
♡ Jenna Coleman (for the second time)
♡ Paul McGann
♡ John Hurt
♡ Jemma Redgrave
♡ Lena Headey
♡ Lucy Saxon (author of 'Take Back the Skies')
♡ Ruth Warburton (author of 'Witch Finder')

I saw, but didn't speak to:
♡ Steven Moffat
♡ Mark Gatiss
♡ Sue Vertue
♡ Bernard Cribbins
♡ Rainbow Rowell
♡ Karen Coleman (Jenna's mum)
♡ Adjoa Andoh
♡ Numerous other celebrities that I can't possibly name all of them

I went to two panels; Jenna's talk and the Sherlocked preview. At Jenna's panel, I was one of the lucky few who managed to get hold of a microphone and I got to ask her a question. It was such a surreal experience actually having a proper conversation with Jenna again. She's honestly the nicest person and she wasn't even feeling well that day.

At LFCC I met LOADS AND LOADS of my twitter followers, which was so awesome. We got a couple of group photos and it was so much fun talking to all of them. I also got to meet my lovely Ellen again, she's a Swede that I first met in London last November for the Doctor Who convention and I've missed her so much!

Comic Con was definitely a fun experience, although it was incredibly crowded and so hot. Seriously. SO HOT. If you were there, you know what I'm talking about. I still haven't cooled down, haha!

All in all, an amazing day. ♡

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Update coming soon

Hey guys!
I'm back from London Film and Comic Con and I'll update you on everything soon! But right now I'm kind of unwell because of this lil creature stood next to me:

Thanks for passing your germs on to me, Jen! Haha!

Saturday, 5 July 2014

Norwegian summer

Summer has arrived in Norway. It's scorching hot (well, to me anyway), so naturally I'm staying indoors where it's cooler. This time next week I'll be walking around London Film and Comic Con, getting ready to meet Jenna Coleman again and (hopefully) having loads of fun. It's going to be very busy, but also very exciting. I'm nervous about the travelling part though, as I finish work at 4pm on Friday and my plane leaves at 6pm. Gonna be a mad dash to the airport!

Anyways, I hope you all are well and that you're enjoying July. See you soon!

Tuesday, 1 July 2014

Workin' girl

My second year in uni is over and I'm once again spending my summer working. For the past three summers I've been working in a shop in my home town, but this year I'm working at a laboratory in Trondheim. It's a pharmacology lab that specialises in analysing samples from drug and alcohol abusers, but I work with fatty acids and gas chromatography and stuff like that.

I'm working 7 to 8 hours every day, but since I struggle with my depression and anxiety, I've got every other Wednesday off work. So tomorrow is one of my days off and it's going to be sooo nice. I enjoy my summer job, but I definitely do need some time off as well.

Only ten days until I go to London!

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Book page

So I just wanted to let you know - in case you hadn't noticed already - that I recently made a "Books 2014" on my blog. I love to read and I've recently rediscovered my love for reading and am now an active user of Goodreads. I rate and review every book I read on there, so I wanted to make a page on my blog for anyone who wanted to read them. I list the books in the order of when I finished them and link my reviews. You can find the page on the menu bar above this post or just click here.

You're also welcome to become my friend on Goodreads. You can find my profile by clicking my name:

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Telly Tuesday: Once Upon A Time

First aired: 23rd October 2011
Number of episodes: 66
Number of seasons: 3
Status: Current (hiatus)

I'm still quite new to Once Upon A Time (just finished watching season 1), but I'm very much in love with this series.

I bet most of you have already heard of this show, but it you haven't, here's basically what it's about: classic fairytale characters stuck in the modern day world in a town called Storybrooke (yes, like storybook). We've got Snow White, Belle, Pinocchio, Little Red Riding Hood, Rumplestiltskin, you name it. The main character, however, is called Emma and is not from a fairytale, but created just for this series. She's the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming and the only one who is able to break the curse (of course there has to be a curse!) on Storybrooke and the other characters.

What I love about this series is that you get the best of both worlds: both fantasy and real life. Crimes, drama, comedy and a new story in every episode. I really like that.

Do you like Once Upon A Time?

Sunday, 1 June 2014


Pinch, punch, first day of the month!

It's June and officially summer! I'm sitting my last exam tomorrow and then I have eight days of freedom before I begin working. Gotta have a summer job, ya know.

Other than that I don't really have any plans for June. Looking forward to July, though, and London Film and Comic Con.

Q: What are your plans for June?

Thursday, 29 May 2014

Trondheim sunshine

Ila church & Nidelva, 27 May 2014

Tuesday was a very sunny day in Trondheim and I was in a rather good mood as I had finished my third exam, so I decided to snap some photos with my phone. This is right in the middle of the city centre, but it's still so nice and green. Trondheim is Norway's third largest city with 170,242 inhabitants (thanks to wikipedia for that fact). It is where I attend university and it's a beautiful city.

Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Telly Tuesday: Broadchurch

First aired: 4th March 2013
Number of episodes: 8
Number of series: 1
Status: Current (hiatus)

Written by Chris Chibnall, starring David Tennant, Olivia Colman, David Bradley and Arthur Darvill... Can it get any better?

Broadchurch is a British detective series/crime drama. The story starts off with the body of a young boy being found on a beach. DI Alec Hardy (Tennant) and DS Ellie Miller (Colman) are hired to solve the case. The town of Broadchurch is small and quiet, and nobody knows who could've killed Danny or why.

Watching this series was extremely exciting. Everybody formed their own theories, nobody knew who could've done it and the ending was a HUGE surprise. The killer's identity was such a huge secret that only four cast members knew who it was while filming. So if you're thinking of watching Broadchurch, DO NOT GOOGLE IT. It will spoil it for you.

Series 2 will be filmed soon and both Tennant and Colman will be returning. In addition, Eve Myles has been announced as a new cast member, which made me so happy!

What Broadchurch brings to the crime genre is beautiful visuals, amazing actors and a particularly well-written multidimensional story. Trust me, just watch Broadchurch.

Saturday, 24 May 2014

Longing back

It's a rainy, foggy Saturday here in Norway, so I'm longing back to London and the perfect spring weather. I'm not a huge fan of spring and summer, but I love London, so I don't mind the weather no matter how it is.

Only forty-eight days until I get to go back. ♡

Friday, 23 May 2014

Days with depression

It has been more than two years since I was diagnosed with depression, anxiety and panic disorder. What triggered it was my moving to Kongsberg to attend university in 2011. It happened very fast. In a couple of months I lost more than 10kg in weight, suffered daily panic attacks and started having sleep problems. I moved home after I finished my exams in May/June 2012, but it was already too late.

In December 2012 I started taking Citalopram for my problems.
In January 2013 I started exposure therapy for my anxiety (which is linked to my emetophobia). I did this for seven months and it helped a lot with the phobia, although my anxiety remains to some extent.

Recently I've been getting worse. Last week I started taking Remeron/Mirtazepine in addition to my other medicine, but I had to stop because it made me feel dizzy and drugged and it's exam season. I have daily consultations with my therapist. I get panic attacks when I'm around people and my therapist and I are now discussing the possibility of having me admitted to hospital... I never wanted it to get this bad - well, of course I didn't. But it did.

This past Tuesday I actually got a dog. A tiny little Yorkshire Terrier puppy that I named Nicco. He was going to be my saviour, my ray of sunshine. I believed it, my therapist believed it, my family believed it. And what happened? I had a major breakdown, cried for 24 hours, had difficulty breathing, couldn't speak. The responsibility was too overwhelming and after only a day of owning the most perfect little dog in the world, my mum had to help me find a foster home for him. I'm so disappointed in myself. I'm a failure and I feel like a failure no matter how much my therapist and family tell me I'm not. It's so hard to believe that I'll ever get better.

Well, this has been a very personal post, but like my mum says: "Sharing a problem makes the burden easier to bear." I know I'm not the only one to suffer from these mental problems, so maybe one of you have experienced something similar? Would you like to share (anonymously or public)? ♡

Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Telly Tuesday: LOST

First aired: 22nd September 2004
Number of episodes: 121
Number of seasons: 6
Status: Ended (23rd May 2010)

I started watching LOST right from the beginning when it aired here in Norway. After the first episode, I was hooked. Now, this is a proper adventure mystery show filled with cliffhangers and plot twists (just the way I like it). After each episode you'll be left with more questions about what the hell is going on with the island, with the characters and everything. The answers are few and far between, but that's what keeps this show interesting. There are also really emotional scenes that had me gasping and crying.

I think I've watched the whole show three times now. Once as it aired, once with my host dad Barrie while I was living in Norwich, UK, and then I got all the DVDs and watched them again. Barrie and I used to do marathons, where we would literally sit and watch LOST for 12 hours. It was great.

If you like shows like Fringe or Orphan Black, then my guess is you'll probably like LOST too.

Friday, 16 May 2014

Cardiff Castle

Cardiff Castle, 6th May 2014
My sister and I had been to Cardiff once before our recent trip, but we hadn't been to Cardiff Castle before. So when the weather starting acting up and it looked like it would rain, we decided that a castle visit sounded like a good idea.

The castle was beautiful. I've always loved old medieval fortresses (although this castle actually is way older than that) and I love walking around inside them, trying to imagine what life was like way back when. It's one of my favourite things to do, especially when visiting the UK (Scotland was paradise for a castle lover like me).

Q: Have you been to Cardiff Castle?

Wednesday, 14 May 2014

Exams and revision

It's that time of the year again. When every student in every country on earth just want to hide under a blanket and sleep for a month or two. My first exam is tomorrow. "Profession, research and ethics"... BLEURGH. It's basically the least interesting subject I've ever had to revise. And yes, you guessed it. I'm procrastinating right now.

While revising, I always have to watch (or more like listen to) a horror film. I don't know why, but that's just the way it has to be. I can't concentrate at all in complete silence. Not that I'm good at concentrating when it's not silent either, but ya know...

To all other students out there: I feel for you. Let's stay strong and get through our exams together.

Q: Are you sitting exams these days?

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Telly Tuesday: Reign

Historical fiction! Who doesn't love that?!

First aired: 17th October 2013
Number of episodes: 21
Number of series: 1
Status: Current (next episode 1x22 airs on 15th May)

Reign follows the story of Mary, Queen of Scots and is set in 16th century France. Though it is based on historical facts, it is highly fictionalised, but not in a way that takes away from the story.

I would probably say that this show appeals more to women than to men, as its main focus is on love and lust, but it does have some very intriguing plot details and a few brilliant action scenes as well. Side plots like pagans, Nostradamus, Clarissa and the Darkness makes the show feel more like a proper Hollywood film rather than a history lesson.

The show already won a People's Choice Award for Favourite New TV Drama, and if that doesn't make you want to watch it, then I don't know what will!

Monday, 12 May 2014

London 7th May 2014

We left Cardiff on Wednesday morning, but had a few hours to spare before we had to get the Gatwick Express. So we ended up spending a while in London, doing some sightseeing by foot (my sister haven't been to London before) and had dinner in Covent Garden. The weather was beautiful and I'm thrilled that I got to spend some time in my favourite capital city.

Big Ben, 7th May 2014

Victoria Memorial outside Buckingham Palace, 7th May 2014

Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Telly Tuesday: Supernatural

So much more than just a scary show!

First aired: 13th September 2005
Number of episodes: 191
Number of seasons: 9
Status: Current (next episode 9x21 airs 6th May)

Before I started watching Supernatural, I thought this was just a show that would completely freak me out. I will be honest with you, I was pretty freaked out during the first season. The Bloody Mary episode, anyone? But something made me keep watching (maybe it was Jensen Ackles' insanely good looks) and I was hooked. The story arc grows throughout the series and what started out as a show about two brothers fighting ghosts and the occasional demon, is now a show about two brothers involved in a huge scheme including heaven and hell, angels and demons, past and future. It is quite amazing.

It is still sort of scary, but after nine seasons you get used to how the show works. Honestly, you just HAVE to watch this if you haven't yet.

Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Telly Tuesday: Sherlock

Ah, Sherlock. The show that makes the fandom wait for years between each series.

First aired: 25th July 2010
Number of episodes: 9
Number of series: 3
Status: Current (hiatus)

It's been nearly four years since this show first aired and yet we've only had nine episodes. Nine amazing, mindblowing, emotional episodes.

The characters of this series should be well-known to most people; Detective Sherlock Holmes and his loyal companion Dr John Watson. A modern re-telling of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's stories, created by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss.

Each episode of Sherlock is 90 minutes long and superbly written, starring actors like Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Andrew Scott and Rupert Graves.

I don't know how much more I could say about this show without spoiling it for you. Just watch it. I promise you won't be disappointed.

Sunday, 27 April 2014

Happy birthday, Jenna Coleman!

Today is a very special day. It's miss Jenna Coleman's 28th birthday!

Now where should I begin... This girl means so much to me. She's my role model, she's my inspiration, she's the kindest and loveliest person I know. She's so strong and hard-working and she has earned every ounce of the immense success she has achieved. She really has. Jenna has been through some tough times, but she never ever gave up and that's why I admire her.

I must be the luckiest person in the world, because I've had the pleasure of meeting this amazing person. The moment she hugged me was the best moment of my life so far, and the memory of it works as my patronus (like from Harry Potter) whenever I feel sad and depressed. I hope to meet her next week in Cardiff, but if that doesn't happen, I will be meeting her at the London Film and Comic Con in July. I booked my tickets yesterday and I'm so happy to be able to once again tell her how much she means to me.

So, happy birthday, Jenna! Enjoy your day, have some cocktails for me, okay? Your devoted Jennators will love and support you forever. ♡

Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Passer domesticus

Tiny little sparrow that I photographed a few weeks ago. These are my favourite birds.

This winter, while waiting for the train at the railway station, a little sparrow sat on my head. When I moved, he jumped onto a ledge above me and sat there looking at me. Then he flew away, picked up a seed, came back and dropped the seed in my lap, then sat on the ledge again. Just looking at me. It was one of the most special moments I've had.

Tuesday, 22 April 2014

Telly Tuesday: American Horror Story

Time for an American telly Tuesday!

First aired: 5th October 2011
Number of episodes: 38
Number of series/seasons: 3 (Murder House, Asylum, Coven)
Status: Current (hiatus)

I don't know about you, but I love watching scary stuff. And American Horror Story is definitely scary. So far three seasons have aired, although I have only watched two of them yet. Each season is independent from the next. The actors are the same though, so they play different characters in each season. Actors in this series include Zachary Quinto, Dylan McDermott, Emma Roberts and Jessica Lange among others.

The first season features a family moving into a haunted house. In my opinion Murder House is better than Asylum simply because I found it a lot scarier. And there were quite a few moments that had me going "WHAT?!", which is always a good thing in my opinion.
The second season takes place in an insane asylum. This season was more twisted than the previous and a lot of scenes just disgusted me rather than scared me.

Now I'm looking forward to watching Coven as soon as it is added to Netflix.

I would say this tv show is great for people who love being scared and if you like shows like Supernatural, Bedlam etc, you will probably like American Horror Story.

Good morning!

Well, technically it's the afternoon now, but I have the day off and I'm still sat in my pyjamas, so...

I hope you're all having a good day. I'm off to see my therapist soon about stupid stuff like my never-ending depression and anxiety. It sucks and I'm not looking forward to it, but if I want to get better this is the way to go.

See ya later, sunshines.

Monday, 21 April 2014

Easter 2014

Easter is almost over and I'm sad. I'm not ready to be back in uni yet, I'm not ready for exams! The holiday has been so nice and relaxing. I spent the majority of it in the Swedish mountains where my family owns a cottage. So my mum, stepdad, sister and stepsister (and me, of course) all spent Easter up there.

I've been doing a bit of skiing (cross-country, no downhill sadly), a bit of reading (fiction, not revision haha) and a bit of sleeping (a lot actually). Now I'm back in Norway and am currently catching up on my YouTube subscriptions and Doctor Who news.

Here are a couple of photos from my instagram:

Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Telly Tuesday: Call the Midwife

I've recently started watching a new series (as if I needed another obsession) and I'm so in love with it. The series in question is BBC's "Call the Midwife".

First aired: 15 January 2012
Number of episodes: 23
Number of series: 3
Status: Current (hiatus)

It's set in London's East End in the 50's and follows a young nurse & midwife and her co-workers. The main character is played by Jessica Raine, who is one of my favourite actresses, and it also stars well-known actresses like Pam Ferris and Miranda Hart. The episodes are beautifully written, I think I've cried at every episode so far - and I usually don't cry while watching tv shows. Well... I say usually, but this is the BBC and to be completely honest, I always cry when watching BBC shows.

What I love the most about this show is that it has everything: drama, comedy, mystery, love, death. Call the Midwife is currently in its third series, so it's not too late to start watching (it's never too late).

Are you watching Call the Midwife?

Thursday, 10 April 2014

Trøndelag, Norway

I live in a part of Norway called Trøndelag. More specifically: Nord-Trøndelag. This is where I was born, this is where I grew up and where I have lived all my life (apart from the year I spent in England and the months I lived in Kongsberg). Way back in the days, this region used to be the most important in Norway. The capital city was Trondheim/Nidaros and it was the Vikings' power centre. The history of Trøndelag is my favourite thing about this region. It makes me proud to call myself a "trønder".

I have spent all my life by the fjord. All my summers have been spent swimming in it, all my winters have been spent watching the fog cover it. Trøndelag is beautiful.

Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Telly Tuesday: Doctor Who

What better way to start off this new weekly feature than by introducing my all-time favourite television show: DOCTOR WHO!

First off, here are some stats for you:

First aired: 23rd November 1963 (more than fifty years ago!!)
Number of episodes: 800, 97 of which are missing
Number of series/seasons: 26 seasons and 7 series
Status: Current (hiatus)

Now, chances are that any readers of my blog will have heard of Doctor Who before. It's a major part of British television history and a major part of current British television as well. Last year, this amazing show turned 50, an event which was celebrated throughout the entire year of 2013.

But let's say you don't know anything about Doctor Who at all... What is it about then, you might ask? Well, let me tell you, I say! I warn you though, this might end up being more timey-wimey than coherent.

Doctor Who is a science fiction series about an alien - a Time Lord - from the planet Gallifrey and his adventures with various companions. He calls himself 'The Doctor' and he travels in a spaceship/time machine that is bigger on the inside aka the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space). The Doctor is very fond of Earth and not so very fond of travelling by himself, which is why he usually picks up one or two earthlings (although he has travelled with other humanoid aliens in the past) to share in his adventures. His entire race, the Time Lords, were killed in a war and he's the last of his kind (as of 2013 this isn't quite true, timey-wimey, but let's pretend it is, it's easier that way). Every once in a while, when seriously injured, ill or poisoned, the Doctor regenerates. For the character, this means that he becomes a new man with a new face and a new personality. For us viewers, it means we get to see a new actor take on the role as our favourite Time Lord. The previous Doctor (number eleven) played by the fantastic Matt Smith regenerated on Christmas Day 2013 and the Twelfth Doctor will be played by Peter Capaldi. The current companion (and my personal favourite) is played by Jenna Coleman.

Since 1963, we have had thirteen actors portray the 'canonical' Doctor, including Peter Capaldi. The reason Peter will be playing the Twelfth Doctor and not the Thirteenth is because of a Doctor that didn't call himself a Doctor and this is where it all gets timey-wimey again.

Now that you know a bit more about the show, perhaps you would like to see a bit of it, to get the feel of it? Your wish, my command.


Well, that's all I was going to say about this amazing show for today. It's life-changing, heartwarming, heartbreaking, wonderful, emotional, mindblowing and scary all at the same time and I strongly encourage you to give it a try if you haven't already. I've been watching since 2005 and I'm still in love. You can find both old and new episodes on Netflix.

Do you watch Doctor Who?

Monday, 7 April 2014

New weekly feature

So I haven't really been good at posting regularly on my blog so far, so I was thinking I would introduce a new weekly feature about something about really passionate about: TV series! The feature is going to be named 'Telly Tuesday' and the first post will be posted tomorrow. I watch so many TV shows, so I'm good for probably six months worth of Tuesdays before running out of shows - and by then I will probably have like 20 new shows to write about!

I hope you'll enjoy reading about various TV shows that I watch and who knows, maybe you'll end up finding a new favourite show? :)

See you tomorrow for the first Telly Tuesday post!

Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Student life

Wow. University is so busy at the moment. We have four days of lab work every week, which of course means we also have several reports and assignments to hand it. Now, I'm fine with the lab stuff, but then we have subjects like ethics and every time I see that word I feel like jumping off a cliff. Seriously, I hate it. What is even the point (ok, I know why) when I don't even plan on working with people? I'm going to be one of those mental scientist people who spend day and night in their laboratory cloning mice and playing with bacteria.


Okay, I won't. But I really do not plan on working with patients. I've been offered a summer job at the department for clinical pharmacology this summer and then after I graduate, I want to work in the oil business. Loads of chromatography, which I find alright.

Now I have Thursday, Friday and Monday off (thank God) and an ethics project to be handed in on Monday (no thanks to God).


Saturday, 15 March 2014

Saturday evening

I've had my shower, I've got chocolate and crisps by my side, it's snowing outside, my blanket and Macbook are on my lap and a paranormal/ghost documentary on Netflix. This exactly how I love to spend my Saturday evening.

Thursday, 6 March 2014

Another day, another train ride

I spend around 10 hours each week on a train, either going to uni in Trondheim or home to the town the live in.

Sunday, 2 March 2014

We changed our minds

So as I mentioned in my last post, my sister and I are going to be visiting the UK again in May. Originally we wanted to go to London, but then on Thursday, while we were online looking for a hotel, we both looked at each other and said "Why don't we just go back to Cardiff instead?"

Ten minutes later, we had a hotel room booked in Cardiff and there's no way back. Cardiff here we come (again)!

We've been there once before, in 2012. It was the best four days of our lives. We went to the Doctor Who Experience, watched Doctor Who being filmed, saw Matt Smith and went for walks around Cardiff bay. It was so wonderful and peaceful and nice. So we're both looking forward to going there again in a couple of months.


Sunday, 23 February 2014

Seventy days

I'm finally going back to London. Well, I say finally, but the truth is it's not that long since I last was there. I was there in July and November last year, but I frikkin love this city so much that it hurts to be away from it. Actually, it's not just London, it's the whole of the UK. Whenever I'm over there it feels like I'm at home. I lived in Norwich for a year and that's when I fell in love. I'm sure I was supposed to be born in the UK, but I got lost on the way and ended up in Norway.

Anyways. I'm going "home" in seventy days and I really can't wait. I cannot wait to walk around in Covent Garden - my favourite part of London.

Q: What's your favourite part of London?

Wednesday, 12 February 2014

Tuesday, 11 February 2014

No winter weather

This is what Norway usually looks like in the middle of February... This year, however, we haven't had any snow whatsoever. Well, some parts of Norway have, just not my part.

I miss the snow so much. I'm a proper winter's child. I love everything about this season; the snow, the cold, the dark afternoons, the clothes. I can't stand summer, so I always look forward to October/November when the cold sets in.

I'm still keeping my fingers crossed that we will get a real winter. March and April usually bring snow to my part of the country, so Jack Frost, if you can hear me, YOU'RE LATE.

Monday, 10 February 2014


I just made this blog, so it's currently very empty, but I hope to soon have a blog to be proud of. I have had a Norwegian blog (yes, I'm from that country far up north) for several years, but I'm tired of writing in Norwegian and I want to start over. So I made this English blog and I'm going to post whatever I like whenever I like. Whether that be fandom stuff, book reviews, recipes, photographs or anything else. So yeah, I'll see you soon!