The nothingness of the moment / Status Quo

As everyone who occasionally likes to read this blog knows, nothing is really going on at the moment. I'd say more than just a moment, but for a while now.
I could apologize, but am not going to. Explain though, that's something I will do.

This vacuum in action and the publishing of posts are due to a couple of reasons.
First of all, like most might have read, I have no camera. Hopefully, a new one will be sent soon and arrive in my vacant, sad hands, ready to do a lot of shooting.
Furthermore, my computer is out of space and not very willing to communicate with my newly purchased hard drive. And I need help to that sort of stuff, and my helping hand is very busy with studies. (Don't die on me now beloved computer).
I am also deep in a lot of different and sometimes confusing and certainly very preoccupying thinking about life choices in generel. Thoughts that are not yet ready to enter paper or for that matter puplic net until they have gone through a lot more ... shaping,  I think I'll call it. This is not sad thoughts at all, it is a very welcome development that follows new life experiences, new friendships and having an open and independent mind (if I may say so myself). I am in a process of gaining knowledge about myself, my values and the world.
And then the last reason, though I have a lot of ideas for posts, I would myself find them, well, not as capturing without pictures as they would with pictures. And I am also not one who can post and post and post about smaller things. I need to take my time and I need to feel that what I am posting can give something to someone out there. (Hope I actually accomplish this, when I do make a post).

I have learned from other bloggers, that to establish and maintain readers interest, you have to post often, if possible, once a day. I can now note, after having blogged for about a year, very randomly, that I am not gonna be that type of blogger. I blog when I have something to share, and when I have the time, energy and desire to do so. In periods this happens often, in periods (like this current one) I'm very absent.
So whoever enjoys reading my blog, is probably a person who values quality over quantity, and that's how I want it to be.

Having said all this, I can't wait to get my camera again, and start sharing beautiful Stockholm and my life here with you.


Maybe I'll be catching some good flees..

After a busy week I'm about to leave my kille in our little apartment in Kista, to go to Uppsala on a flee spree with a couple of girls, who also intern at Camilla Norrback. I wish I could take pictures with my camera, but all I have is the one on my little Sony Ericsson phone, so that will do.

Besides I should give an update on a couple of things I bought so far, being in lovely Stockholm. A Camilla Norrback skirt from the spring/summer 10 collection and a pair of Scorett shoes. And who knows if I'll find something cool today at the Uppsala flee market or in the thrift shops.
Another thing I should also share is some pics of our apartment; our tiny pre-furnished apartment that we made into our cosy warm home.

After two weeks in Stockholm with busy days and completely unpredictable weather I love it! We still have so much exploring to do, wich will not in the future include the English Pub situated below our apartment in the mall, Kista Galleria which we visited yesterday, since the liqueur store close at 7pm (3pm on Saturday..). Tomorrow our plan is to go sailing on the boats that take you around Stockholm, the city that is also called Scandinavia's Venice. The sun should be out and it should be wonderful.