In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “I Got Skills.” I would dare to be honest to people, both family and friends and ask them the questions I don’t normally ask and tell them things that I regard as very important to know before I die. I would believe the best about everybody and I would know how to put boundaries […]
Though he became the epitome of
the young, beautiful, doomed poet
of English Romanticism, Keats
struck everyone who knew him with
his tremendous energy, robust good humour, and zest for living.
I am writing to reach out and to contribute with my life experience and to become a more skilled writer too.
The most simple things work the best, but has to be taught and shown and passed on.
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On the last day of the year coming home from a tough interval running training I decided to make juice of pineapple and ginger. Suddenly I remembered the first time I saw and tasted raw pineapple for the first time. Really it´s not that many years ago. I was 25 years old spending the New Year in London with some new […]
Veiled emotions and secret yearnings from a distant time.
The beauty created by Vermeer 350 years ago is worth following.
My mothers experiences during the war has had a great impact on my whole life.
Writing has been essential in my family and a correspondence 1946-2008 between my mother and her English friend is kept with me.