A diary of sorts, chronicling the failures of my efforts to create a perfect life.
Breast warts! :D
Im pretty sure I enjoyed your trip to India blogs the most, with several pictures of Vanja's beautiful new dresses!
I was just about to write "Breast warts!" with no explanation but someone beat me to it. Yes, I loved that one and the very recent Courtney Love resolutions post was fantastic too.
Your boot-hunting trip to London with your mother. But breast warts and mother cake come a close second.
I loved the cheeky Santa post. I think I laughed out loud. It is one of the funniest things I've ever read. I think every woman has thought it, but never verbalized it quite that way before! "HO HO HO. Watch out!"I also loved the one about your daughter finding Jesus. And I say that as a believer. Contrary to popular belief, we do have a sense of humor. I suspect Jesus does, too, and I suspect he enjoyed that post immensely.
My memory is bad but short, so I think I'm going with the Courtney post below.
i could divide it in two different ways: yhe family ones (they touch my hearth) and the comic ones 9they are such a great therapy).everithing about vanja is fantastic: doing pizza, findind jesus, that aexperience withe the baer in the mountains, in india, playing as a princes in her closet in the new house, in her birthday, in the italy`s wedding.al,the joels table moments are very special too.denise
part 2.all of them when u satirize yourself about yours shoes dilemas,your hair, yours dreams, yours sense of style. all of us have days when we dont like the way we look, and the the others dont like either (the nightmare part) sorry is soo hard to choose from...love denise from brasil
I love the 'Lost and Found' post you wrote in December 2005. And the one about the Gingerbread House! What a great blogging month! And, I agree, the breast warts were very amusing, too.
Nov 05 - staple pants.
Easy: happy, cute daughter of yours running in Old Town with a balloon fastened to her hair...joy summed up in one pic.
The posts about your fabulous white coat.
Most of them!
Regal Fashion, 8 Nov 2006. Glorious.
definitely "things my grandma taught me"
Little mouse on the prairie.Just because it's so me. I love the Charles Ingalls-ish men :-P
Dear readers, how I love all of you. I asked that question to get some direction, so I could write according to your wishes. But you're as random as my entries. I will keep mixing it up. Expect strange Swedish words, tips from my grandma and travel stories.
ohh am I too late? I had computer problems. I like the 'I am looking for this feeling... ' posts (particularly the one with the pink boots). I also like your posts about day to day life in Sweden, as one of my best friends has moved to Malmo and I feel more in touch through you!!!Keep it random!!
ET, you're not too late. It's never too late. I'll always be interested in what you readers like to read about. love-e
So many great letters to choose from! For some reason "Wellcome to the dollhouse" and "Release the deer", both from jan 2006, comes to mind. I guess I like your sharp, funny and warmhearted observations the most. And the familystories too.Keep up the good work!
breast warts, and other funny language stuffs, but also your train trip with your ma.
Oh yeah, the train trip with ma was great. Love when you talk about your mom. It is so warm. My mom has been gone so long now, and I can truly say that is what is missing from my life.
I like so much "These chairs were made for walking", because it was a first post that I read in your blog.Claudia, from Brazil.
Great coverage of shoes and fashion. Now I just hope blogging stays popular for years to come…
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