Monthly Archives: April 2011

Are You a Real Man?

Celebrities are often criticized for being self-absorbed and shallow. For some that can be true, but here’s a pair who seem to be meaning business: actors Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher have launched a website to fight human trafficking. http://www.demiandashton.org  Their campaign … Continue reading

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The Importance of Smiles

It’s getting late and I really need to head off to bed or all my newly acquired energy will be lost again. Just wanted to share a picture with you. Remember this!

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Taking a break really does it!

I hope you all had a good Easter break with lots of sleep, good food and nice company. I sure did. Joined hubby & kids on a trip up North to visit both our families. It was nice to see … Continue reading

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Happy Easter everyone!

This Easter we’ve been so busy nobody’s had time to fix any decorations. Fortunately the kids at least went Easter Egg hunting, so they prepared some nice feathered branches to bright up our kitchen with. Perhaps the bunnies and chicks … Continue reading

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Goodnight, sleep tight

…and don’t let the bedbugs bite. I’m off to bed after another late working night. But what can you do when work is simply too much fun to let go. And no, I’m not kidding. Been preparing a lecture on … Continue reading

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Happy Late Camper

These late hours are by far my best time. Everyone else is asleep, the house is quiet and I can work without any of the disturbances that always pop up otherwise. Even the dog went to bed already and is snoring … Continue reading

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D-Day as in Disaster

Election Day, 17th of April 2011. The day when Finland officially listed itself as one of the most backward nations in Europe. Not only did a near-fascist party get a substantial share of the votes, we’re now potentially facing the … Continue reading

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