Monthly Archives: May 2021

Closed up petals

Both our phones predicted rain and snow for today. Both our phones were half right. The rain didn’t stop all day. The sunshine and warmth were relegated to mere memories as the rain fell and chill winds blew. And when … Continue reading

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Beating Bill Gates

Mirinda has a theory that things seem more prevalent once you discover them. For instance, it was only after we’d discovered Cornelis that we realised we’d been hearing his music on Radio Sweden. Or the fact that petrol stations have … Continue reading

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Replacing the burned out factory

This evening we took our constitutional around the Duck Walk. I wanted to see how the new building work was coming along (where the factory burned down) as well as the lake, so, when Mirinda gave me the choice, I … Continue reading

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Another pleasant Sunday

Today we found our own, local rune stone. After seeing our first one last week at Skansen, and Tommy telling us of the ones near them, I did a bit of a search and discovered there was one at Tyresö … Continue reading

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Bustin’ bubbles in meatball mayhem

Meatballs for the People is a restaurant on Södermalm. It’s an excellent concept. There’s a list of possible dishes (ramen, curry, traditional Swedish, risotto, etc) and a list of possible meatballs (wild boar, deer, lamb, moose, etc). You order a … Continue reading

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