Category: Culture

  • A Race Against Darkness

    A Race Against Darkness

    One thing that I hate about autumn and winter days is the limited amount of daylight that we get. It’s very typical that we are always inside during the day because of work and we only have a couple of hours of daylight after. But that’s the reality of life-we can’t have everything. However, we […]

  • New Babies

    New Babies

    I got these beautiful plants last weekend and I can say that these made me happy. And still is making me happy! I can’t wait to see them grow. 🙂

  • Therapeutic

    Therapeutic

    You don’t have to have a green thumb to enjoy the benefits of planting. Just being outside of your house and having access to a garden reduces anxiety, stress and mental fatigue and can also improve concentration. All you need is a dash of sunshine, healthy soil, pots or a portion of your garden, garden […]

  • Not my Battle

    Not my Battle

    Image courtesy of fotografierende This week, I was verbally assaulted by my friend’s wife. My friend and I have been friends since college days and that was almost twenty years ago. The wife asked who am I on my friend’s Messenger account. I answered her politely, but she won’t believe me. She said that I’m […]

  • The Last Resort. Another Haiku

    You make me fall deep But I don’t want to fall deep You’re the last resort.

  • Pasalubong

    Pasalubong is a Filipino term for gift/s usually from people who have been on a trip to other places or even just after a trip to the grocery. It could be anything from snacks to toys. The one who is buying the pasalubong does it out of love and expects nothing in return. So, as I’ve said […]

  • Lyngheisenteret

    Lyngheisenteret

    Lyngheisenteret or the Heathland Centre is a museum and an information centre about preserving the culture, traditions and lifestyle of coastal heathlands. According to their website this unique and beautiful landcape is dissappearing in a high rate not just here in Norway but also in Europe. The Heathland Centre is located at Lygra in Alver […]

  • Tall Ships Races 2019

    Tall Ships Races 2019

    The Tall Ships Races is one of the biggest events in Europe every summer. The idea is to build good relationships between the different countries and cultures through sail training “tall” ships or sail boats. The participants should be at least 50 percent young people. This year, we are fortunate enough to have witnessed this […]

  • Around the Corner

    It’s already December and it only means that Christmas is just around the corner. This weekend, hubby took out all our Christmas decors and we started to decorate our home. I’m very excited because this is the first time that I’m going to spend Christmas with my hubby and this will also my little one’s […]