This Christmas A and I decided to travel to Nuremberg to experience Europe’s biggest Christmas market. After all, no one does Christmas markets quite like Continental Europe and if you have ever been, you know what I mean! It’s a food coma mixed with hot spicy drinks and just an overall exciting feeling of jollyness.... Continue Reading →
My safety net.
I am 28 years old, I am married, I have a regular day job, pay my bills on time. You could call me settled and I wouldn't be upset. I have a good support system in Norway, in the US and in Austria. I figured that would be enough, but truth to be told, there... Continue Reading →
About a month ago I finished the last exam for the semester. Since then I've been in a summer-break daze. I guess the first five months of the year have been so crazy, that once I delivered my last exam I just checked out - mentally. That's not to say, that I've been laying around... Continue Reading →
Nowhere to go but home
In the summer of 2006 when I found myself in Germany, experiencing my very first summer away from home, I realized something very crucial, in fact so crucial, the realization still follows me everywhere I go. The circumstances, as to why I was where I was, are easily explained. I was 18, seeking for an... Continue Reading →