Now our second child was born, Aurelia, the name means the golden light. Because right now it’s the darkest time of the winter and the new cycle of light has just began after winter solstice.
Lisa and I recorded this song that we wrote and often sing together with kids. It took some time to get the track down and we’re happy with the first version. Here’s the video and if you want to download the song here’s the Bandcamp link –
I wish you all a fine autumn,
This is my realm, this is my loyalty and for this I share my life. Here’s some footage and photos from the Alvastra Abbey Ruins.
Our first child was a summer solstice child, and our second will be a winter solstice child. One in the peak of the flourishing year and the second to be the reborn light at the darkest time of the year.
Greetings to you all and may the shorter and darker days ahead burst open more light within all of us. This years summer solstice days were saved by the mere fact that it wasn’t raining.
The last day of April was the first real good spring day and May has come out mostly sunny so far – not that warm, but sunny and the long Nordic days give you a sense of timelessness.
The last 6 months have been so amazing, yet there’s so much more to come and be done. But for the nearest now, and the summer to come, we’ll be in the north,
In this post I’ll show you the various vegetarian and vegan food alternatives you can find in Split. We stayed for three weeks all in all and went to eat at the places at various times,
Every morning I take a walk with Florens and we get some fresh stuff back home for breakfast. The morning ocean air, the rays of sun and pleasant warmth together with the surrounding old,
2016 was full of road trips and adventures, plus many things accomplished for both of us. For 2017 one big thing will be for us to move to a bigger place, as the one room apartment has done for us what it could.
Just shaering some scenes from our December days in Mostar. The weather has been really nice, like early spring, blue skies and sunshine.
Since we arrived in Mostar I’ve been busy getting practical things done. The weather has been really good, a late week in November was sunny with 20 C during the day, which we fully enjoyed.
We landed in Zadar and checked into a fine room in the old town. We had planned to spend two nights in Zadar and two nights in Split before getting to Mostar. That would leave us with at least one full day in both of those beautiful Dalmatian old towns.
It’s soon time for us to leave Öland and head down to Southern Europe.
The forest nymph is not that much of a spectacular person.
In this post I want to show some daily scenes and share a video collage of a day in Öland. Waking up is amazing in a house surrounded by nature, contemplating during while morning light scares away the night.
Just as September was done we were ready to leave the west coast and head out to Öland. Where we plan to stay for a couple of months. It’s lovely here, but very very windy,
Summer’s almost gone rings in my mind, the wonderful song by The Doors and I especially like their demo version from 1965. I remember reading Ray Manzarek’s autobiography Light My Fire as a teen and enjoying the portrayal of the bands early days.