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Got to warch the local football team play their league opener in Division 4 North Västergötland (6th tier on the Swedish football pyramid) on the neighbourhood plasti-pitch (lots of rain lately).
A stable 2-0 victory against IFK Hjo (which the English speakers would spell "Yo" ) has me in a fine mood while frying bacon and mushrooms for dinner.
Gotta keep the number of trolls down before the Moose-safari season begins - those darn German tourists don't know how to act around them.
Although L Frank Baum actually being an early feminist illustrates that we've at least made some progress since then.
Interview from today's Göteborgs-Posten* about the World of Ice and Fire book and its writers that I translated because I had some time to kill.
*Sweden's third largest morning paper, centred on Gothenburg with suburbs and and the Göta Älv river valley.
And Nödinge happens to be the town my cousins grew up and where my grand-mother lives.
And he still got out of school before they put Michael Gove in charge. ;p
I already turned it in, sadly. Another set of eyes would have been helpful.
Of course, to really play it cool, you set it up so you've got two weeks to write it - then initiates a series of events that means that nine hours before the final deadline you have a thousand words left to write, a three-hour paper route to do, and no internet connection at home!
Why does my life always take a turn for the complicated and/or tragic whenever I write a Wayfinder article?
Still made it, though.
No link since I'm limited tl using my phone, but Le Hussard Sur le Toit (The Horseman on the Roof) about a young Italian officer on the run from Austrian spies joining up with a French woman (played by Juliette Binoche) as they make their way through Provence while an epidemic, that would have made "Love in the time of the cholera" a fitting title if it hadn't already been taken, is well worth a watch.
Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
You just have to substitute one letter.