Just a short update..I need to be in the hospital now. Again. Don’t know for how long but there are some plans that will hopefully go through, and I don’t need to stay for that long. Please, cross your fingers.
I was close going to the hospital Thursday.
I will get special care at home during the weekend (instead of being in the hospital).
There’s a plan for next week.
If the plan doesn’t work out..we’ll see.
In other words, it’s not that great right now. But I’m trying to fight!
I’ve written a blog post (below this one), called Password safe 1, with more detailed information about everything. Feel free to ask for the password. It’s pretty private, but I know many of you know me or care some extra about me, so you can request an access to it if you want to. Please do not be shy asking for it (I just want sort of control).
Would you like to request the password in order to read the password safe blog posts?
Send an e-mail to: lier[@]lier.se and name the e-mail “Password“. You’ll receive an e-mail back with the password.
Let’s check back what I did, in the beginning of April, in 2012, 2011, 2010, and 2009.
I had just been to Gothenburg with Liz where we visited our friend, drank Starbucks, and did some shopping in the cozy area named Haga. We rode the train back to Norrköping. I cheered the SoundHound app and wrote about different artists (for example: Irma, Caro Emerald, and Frida Amundsen) I’d found through the app. Felt pretty deep and wrote about that life is about finding the balance between black and white, and yet not living in the gray. I was getting pretty bad here and just a few weeks later I ended up in the hospital for some months; but before that, I celebrated Easter at my parents’ place together with some relatives.
I had just start working within the social work branch and I remember this time as pretty intense since it was so much to learn and things to get into. But I loved it! As I wrote about yesterday, I started blogging at lier.se and I also enjoyed the sun shining into our apartment, but most of all, I was longing for the beach in North Carolina where we were going in the summer.
It was a really intense spring when I was finishing school. Liz and I had gotten married just four months earlier (December 2009) and were now physically separated since I had to finish school, and Liz was finishing up her job in the States, before she moved to Sweden. She came to Sweden for about a week in the beginning of April, and I felt whole again. All I did was studying, finishing my final paper, and missing Liz.
I was doing one semester of my education online so I could be where ever in the world a.k.a The States. Hehe. I was home alone during the days, studying, and in the afternoons/evenings, Liz and I went on adventures in the Asheville area. Love that city, and I’m so excited to be moving back there for many years! I was also counting down the days until our road trip to Florida and The Keys, which was one of the things on my bucket list.
Five years back in time, filled with so many memories. Can’t wait to see what five years ahead will bring!
I’m still pretty upset about not being in China right now. Today would have been our last day in Beijing before heading to Hong Kong, meeting up with C, and going to Zhuhai. I truly dislike myself (or I guess it’s my disease who stopped it… gotta try to separate Lina and the sickness). I’m longing for some warmth and I’m stuck on travel agencies’ webpages right now. Dreaming away..
I was gonna post plenty of more pictures from different places I could go to in a heartbeat, but I’m overwhelmed by everything. How do people do it when they book vacation trips? I wanna read as much as possible about the place, see what’s included, where exactly it’s located, how many swimming pools there are, how close the ocean is, and so on. When I’ve checked all that information about each place and hotel, I get too much into details, and can get annoyed by little things that shouldn’t be a huge thing at all. Hard to explain…After all, all I want is some warm weather, relaxation, palm trees (I truly love them!), and great water. Any tips (not that we are going right now, but perhaps in July)?