Soft things

Today is Good Friday (in Sweden we call it Long Friday). Any other year I would be free today but this Easter I'm working. But I don't really mind because 1. Spring is here 2. There is so much candy 3. In four days I am traveling to the other side of the world (!!!)Happy Easter! *v*


Busy doing nothing much

Hello friends,

The blog has been a bit quiet lately, and I was just about to say that it is because I have been so busy. But you know what, it is really just the opposite. I have actually been doing nothing much. I have been walking, without having to be anywhere on time. I have been up late, without having to go to bed early. I have been sleeping late, without setting an alarm and I have been reading without having to put down my book. A lovely sort of pause. But now I'm building again, a birthday party to start, and then something a bit more complicated. I'll show some photos later! These are a couple of illustrations that I made for Reumatikervärlden.Happy Tuesday! ^.^



Today when I was eating a carrot I remembered something that I used to do often when I was a kid. I used to make islands. To make an island is not hard at all. Just slice the top of a fruit or vegetable (preferably a carrot, because the carrot comes with a built-in palm tree). Fill a plate with water and put the fruit or vegetable in the middle of the plate.
Voila. An island! Now you can fantasize about what three things you get to bring to the island. You can be sensible of course, and bring necessary survival-stuff (fire, knife and a raft) but today at the top of my head, I think I'll bring my lapsang souchong tea (very addicted to that), some salty licorice (have to have that every day) and the Kennedy biography that's on the top of my reading-pile.If anyone asks, I'm in the hammock at the back of the house reading my book, ok?



I'm moving again. Packing and unpacking, saving and trowing away, taking down and putting up. So many things. So much stuff.Happy Wednesday!



I made these plants for the last DN-illustrations to illustrate time passing. But then in the end they didn't really show in the photos. But here's another plant-gif!


DN Sunday

In today's paper was the fourth and last article in the series about healthcare by Maciej Zaremba.