Happy New Year!

Positivity vibes and kindness


Positivity & kindness!

May 2017 
be bright and happy!


The irony of googling 

The Red Army Choir/Alexandrow Ensemble and finding their covers of 
"Skyfall" and "Happy".

Snow fall?

Doubtful there will be any snow this winter... My iPhone doesn't agree though. 

Mercy -Steve Jones

Steve Jones Mercy Lyrics

Wastin' time
I can't tell
Hangin' on
To hell as well
You might find
Someone else
We have always
Sold ourselves

Where is the love I've lost?
Where is the mercy and trust?
Where is the love I've lost?
Where is the mercy and trust?

Playing games
See her face
Holdin' on
It's still the same
I might find
Someone else
Love is always
Second best

Where is the love I've lost?
Where is the mercy and trust?
Where is the love I've lost?
Where is the mercy and trust?
And you trust...

Where is the love I've lost?
Where is the mercy and trust?
Where is the love I've lost?
Where is the mercy and trust?

Where is the love I've lost?
Where is the mercy and trust?
Where is the love I've lost?
Where is the mercy?
Where is the mercy?...

Stop wasting time

George Michael - RIP

George Michael

June 25th 1963 - Dec. 25th 2016

Another voice is put to rest. 
"Careless whisper", "Last Christmas", "Faith"...

George Michael is a 2017 nominee for the Songwriters Hall of Fame. 
His documentary "Freedom" is supposed to be released in March 2017. 


Being a mother...

you have to draw the line.

If one of your children betrays you
uses you 
and can't spell to loyalty
you have to let go. 
Personally I would dump
a boyfriend who can't man up
about going to a stripclub. 
I wouldn't use my mother
for advice and then trash her
in an sms on Christmas Eve. 

Spirit of today

Guess it sums it up!

Not everyone...

"Not everyone 

you lose
is a loss."

Merry Christmas 2016!


to you all!

Love & peace,


A green little birdie 

collided with the window. 
A bit nauseous at first
but recovered fastly. 

Hope for peace

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Naive may be

but my wish 
will remain 
peace on earth.  

Love to you all!

Nothing under controll

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Less drama. 

More karma. 

Worth kissing

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A girl worth kissing 

is not easily kissed. 

No more war -Aleppo!

I bleed for Syria - Aleppo!

Please no more war. 
Soon Christmas and a New Year. 
Let them be peaceful. 

Imagine by John Lennon. 

SuperMario Run on Apple

A flopp... 

Super Mario Run for Apple. 
Only three free levels 
and not that inventive. 
Too bad. 

Download to trash. 

Sankta Lucia 2016

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Varma Luciahäsningar

till Er alla i Sverige!

En lussekatt, kanske?
Recept nedan. 

Full moon à la Super moon in Gemini December 14th


Communicate!- All areas of communication will be highlighted in the days leading up to and following the full moon. Now is the time to get stuff off your chest or finally have that conversation you’ve been putting off. Perhaps you simply need to catch up with old friends and family members, if so then now is the ideal time to reach out. Whatever the case may be, with the moon in Gemini your social and communication skills will be extra sharp and spot on.

Express Yourself- Not all communication is verbal. Instead of words, let your actions, style, and behavior do the talking for you! Just whatever you do, don’t take it too far or be too bold and aggressive. Sometimes the slightest, most subtle hint can make the strongest impact. If you want to effect a lasting difference, read the scene or situation before making a move.

Don’t Go To The Dark Side- Stay positive and mindful of your attitude and strive to maintain personal balance. Geminis are well-known for having a dual nature and, generally speaking, this is representative of people’s two-sided personalities. Make it a goal to be as fair, honest, and consistent as can be, and you’ll be golden.

Be Mindful- Not only about what you do, but also about what you say. Since communication is being highlighted during this December super moon, you’re likely going to be engaged in lots of conversations and sometimes those can lead down an ugly path. Try to avoid getting into arguments or fights and try not to gossip because even if you don’t mean to be rude or mean, you may come off that way. And remember, karma is a real thing so always treat others with respect, even if they talk down to you. In the end, you’ll be the better person for it.

Read more at http://www.sun-gazing.com. 

The Full moon in Gemini peaks at 1.06AM. 
December 14th, 2016. 

Facebook argument

What a day facing a screaming H, who was behaving like a toddler. Impossible to talk to. All due to him becoming a FBmember. 

Interestingly something he stated he would NEVER EVER, NEVER NEVER EVER, NEVER NEVER NEVER EVER EVER EVERRRR... be!

My mistake was surprised simply asking: 
How come?
Receiving the dumbass reply:
Because I'm not sure the guy I want to stay in contact with has an email. 


(The ONE thing you need to start a FB account and sign in as a member is a valid email address...)

H is best buddy with the guys father. A question away. 

Hilarious imagining P pressing 👍 and ❤️. 

P is becoming scary, though.  Very unpredictable in his agressive moodiness towards me. 

H astro gives a hint and it's soon full moon, another super moon this time in Gemini. 

Still NO excuse. 

Last months Super moon from my bedroom window by Lake Geneva/Lac Léman. 

The next Super/Full moon brights us December 14th at 1.06AM. 

Albertine Café in Publier

Santa with the Flottins arrived in Evian yesterday evening which made it impossible to find a parking spot. H and I landed in Publier at Albertine Café for our usual Friday evening drink.
The place was a nice surprise with live impro. jazz.
Very local.
The plate of cheese was decent with two glasses of okay red Bordeaux.
Well worth another try.



"Too much perfection
is a mistake."


The road

Vibrational attitude

So which vibrational attitude do you have?

Old soul

Atticus poetry

Discovering instagram... Better late than never.

"She was the most beautiful complicated thing I'd ever seen.
A tangled mess of silky string.
And all I wanted of life
was to sit down cross-legged
and untie her knots."
- Atticus

26 - happy birthday Anaïs!

Congrats, Anaïs!
26 - a magic year!!!

Wish you a wonderful year ahead
´though tonight might end
the squirrel wasted way...

Get it done!

"Normality is a paved road.
It's comfortable to walk on
but no flowers grow on it."
- Van Gogh.

Stubbornness in men

Wild moon

"Wild moon woman
you were not made to be tame.
You are an earthquake
shaking loose everything
that is not soul."

Well read

"A well read woman
is a dangerous creature."

Secret password

"Love is the secret password to every soul."

In like

I'm in like with you.
Yes, honey I am.

Magic in my veins...

"You can not tame the spirit
of someone
who has magic in their veins."

Presenile Alzheimer's disease

Starting to wonder about H...

Thought his talk about not remembering our wedding and only having blur memory glimpses starting at the latest
around four years ago...
Was some kind of bad joke.
Today I'm not so sure.

Sadly he doesn't want to do a neurological check-up with memory tests etcetera.

Alzheimer's disease develops when proteins build up in the brain to form structures called 'plaques' and 'tangles'. Alzheimer's is the most common type of dementia in younger people and may affect 30 to 35 per cent of younger people with dementia. However, this is a much smaller proportion than in older people with the condition, up to two thirds of whom have Alzheimer's disease.

Another difference is that younger people are much more likely to have an 'atypical' (ie unusual) form of Alzheimer's disease than older people. Atypical Alzheimer's disease is when the first symptoms are not memory loss, which is the most common symptom of late-onset Alzheimer's disease. Instead, the first symptoms are usually problems with vision (in posterior cortical atrophy), speech (in logopenic aphasia) or planning, decision-making and behaviour (in frontal variant Alzheimer's disease).

In some people with early-onset Alzheimer's disease there is a very clear inheritance of the disease from one generation to the next. This genetic form of the dementia - familial Alzheimer's disease - is caused by rare mutations (defects) in three genes. (Chromosomes 14, 19 & 21.)
These mutations are found in between 7 and 12 per cent of all people with early-onset Alzheimer's.

Symptoms of familial Alzheimer's disease usually start in someone's 30s, 40s or 50s; the earlier the symptoms start, the more likely the disease is to be genetic. However, familial Alzheimer's disease is extremely rare. It affects only about 500 known families worldwide and probably accounts for much less than 1 per cent of Alzheimer's disease when all ages, young or old, are considered.

People with Down's syndrome and other learning disabilities can also develop dementia at an early age. Alzheimer's disease is the most common type of dementia in people with Down's syndrome. This increased risk is thought to be associated with the extra copy of chromosome 21 which most people with Down's syndrome have. Chromosome 21 carries the gene for amyloid which forms the plaques in Alzheimer's disease.
(Text from http://www.alzheimers.org.uk)

H's aunt died of Alzheimer's in 2008.
They also have Down's syndrome
in the family...

Young-onset dementia less often appears as memory loss, which is the most common symptom of dementia in older people. Instead, it more often appears as changes in behaviour (eg apathy, irritability) or personality (eg loss of empathy).

Signs of presenile Alzheimer's:


A person with Alzheimer's disease may put things in unusual places. They may lose things and be unable to go back over their steps to find them again. Sometimes, they may accuse others of stealing. This may occur more frequently over time.


One of the most common signs of Alzheimer's is memory loss, especially forgetting recently learned information. Others include forgetting important dates or events; asking for the same information over and over, Increasingly needing to rely on memory aids (e.g. reminder notes or electronic devices) or family members for things they used to handle on their own.


Some people may experience changes in their ability to develop and follow a plan or work with numbers. They may have trouble following a familiar recipe or keeping track of monthly bills. They may have difficulty concentrating and take much longer to do things than they did before.


People with Alzheimer's can lose track of dates, seasons and the passage of time. They may have trouble understanding something if it is not happening immediately. Sometimes they may forget where they are or how they got there.


People with Alzheimer's often find it hard to complete daily tasks. Sometimes, people may have trouble driving to a familiar location, managing a budget at work or remembering the rules of a favorite game.


For some people, having vision problems is a sign of Alzheimer's. They may have difficulty reading, judging distance and determining color or contrast, which may cause problems with driving.


The mood and personalities of people with Alzheimer's can change. They can become confused, suspicious, depressed, fearful or anxious. They may be easily upset at home, at work, with friends or in places where they are out of their comfort zone.
(From alz.org.)

Worrisome indeed!

(Illustration by Claudia Koch.)

Quoted Thursday

Thursday quotes:

"I no longer look for the good in people.
I search for the real.
Because good is often well dressed
in fake clothing.
Real is naked and proud."

"I love the ones who are in my life
and make it amazing
and I thank the ones
who left my life
and made it even more fantastic."

"Entertain a clown
and you become part of the circus."

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