When the Swedish version of hurricane St Jude, a.k.a Simone swept in over Göteborg, the wind force was a bit disappointing. Here’s P and A walking against an insanely strong though anonymous wind a few months before.
Yes I know, many children on the blog right now… but being an uncle comes with responsibilities. Going to museums for example.
E having a thirst quenching take away coffee while staring at big shot water front architecture in Confluence, Lyon.
It has been snowing all day today, so what’s better than yet another flashback from last summer? A and A walking the ‘high line’ of Paris!
Heavy stuff! B and C moved to Majorna today.
A few weeks ago, the day after coming home from the study trip to Denmark, J moved out from my kitchen.
K walked that overheated and sleepy/sleeping dog over to the yard sale a sunny day this summer. I bought sunglasses.
F and I went to visit C and E in Jonsered this weekend under the pretext to install a range hood (which took some serious strengh to get right). Then a long walk in the forest. My new shoes are great, however they seem to fill up with gravel almost instantly.
Y is walking along the “high line” la promenade plantée in Paris. Get this guy as a pin!
F and I took a long walk through Göteborg today, had thai, had coffee…
A walk in the park on christmas day with M and R. Get the stick R!
This is M walking, a fellow cutout people fanatic, who was kind enough to contribute with her self (she is the only person on Skalgubbar I don’t know personally,).
M is a happy camper.
This is F standing on one leg in Älvängen city, without breaking a sweat.
D the gentleman thief, stealing a huge gas bottle filled with helium to give to the poor cutout people.
E is walking the stairs at Chalmers, the same day we finished with the infamous course “Byggnaden som system” – or as someone said “Build Rome in one day”.
C went for a walk in Malibas. He is one of my favourite cutout people, and allways well dressed too.
A-L walking in front of Hôtel de France, Nontron