Sunday, December 31, 2006

Flying carpet.

Happy new year! May it be filled with magic!

Friday, December 22, 2006

From: ikea to:me.

Ikea again. What, you think there'd be another accepted furnisher for Swedes?

I'd also like to take the time to wish everyone reading this a very merry christmas! I'm heading home for the holidays myself, to be with my family. We always write christmas rhymes (with clues on what is inside) on our presents, and you're not "allowed" to open the gift until you have guessed correctly. A lot of fun and a great tradition - try it, if you haven't already!

Sunday, December 17, 2006

Extreme perspective.

During the holidays you are supposed to kick back, relax and get a new perspective on things. I just don't feel up to celebrating christmas this year, though. It was so much better when I was a kid.

Saturday, December 16, 2006


I remember when tape recorders where new. Man.

(Also, I'm sorry that I haven't updated in a few days. Handing in my final projects for school before semester. It's actually even more embarrasing that I haven't put this picture on picturing the world before - I uploaded it to
flickr four days ago. Silly me.)

Saturday, December 09, 2006

Phone home!

Remember to call your parents every now and then, lest they be worried.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

4. My ideal self.

"This is hardly my ideal self. Please, forgive me. You will always be my light."

Monday, December 04, 2006

3. But it only hurt myself.

"I thought it would be the best thing. Best thing for who? She is gone now, and so am I. There is no going back now. She is dead. I am dead."

Sunday, December 03, 2006

2. Flying daggers.

"I loved her. She was writhing in pain, lying on the floor. The knife was there - of course I wanted to help her. Oh, her eyes. Her eyes when I kneeled over her, caressing her cheek. She was in so much pain."

Saturday, December 02, 2006

1. Is there no limit?

"Standing in the shower. What have I done? Why did I do it? I thought I could take away the pain, and now it turns out no one can. Is there no limit to the agony?"