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After watching “Ashes and Snow” I´m simply speachless…

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Yeap! That´s about me!

I´ve been so busy lately trying to make my dreams come true, that I could barely see how fast the time is actually passing by… What is it about life:
it goes so slow when you suffer, but once you truely get excited it flies so fast?

Well, I´m still on the run, and I won´t let life happen without me really BEING THERE!

I´ve read about the death of the World´s oldest man Henry Allingham today, and it only made me think more about the life, not life in general, but the life itself happening right at this moment right here. What is about? Why do I worry about living? Will I even remember this day later.. when I´ll be old? Which days do we remember in the end of the path? What do we think about when we see the light in the end of the tunnel? Where it goes? Will we even ever get to know about it…

I wonder what was the World´s oldest man thinking about our nowadays life with all its crowds and noise. Our unsatisfaction and irritation, nervious and stressful living should have seem strange to a man who lived through First World War, doing his best to survive through hunger, pain and loss. It might have been strange for him to see us caring so much about what to wear and what to do tonight… Anyway this is something we´ll never know, we´ll learn about it on our own, since the life is a very personal dress, which can´t be borrowed, and once you put it on, you´ll never take it off… So live it, and do not waste your time trying to change it. Not working!

And so I´m living in a Bubble. Today it´s Red! 🙂

Buy art

You can´t borrow my dress, but you can imaginary try it on, while watching the world through my pictures. So… how do you like?
Be honest, I don´t mind the harsh critics! Buy if you like it! Or just watch! I´m glad to share!

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Here is shortly about something I found in Aftenposten :
... in 2002 17-year old boy was buried in Vaalerenga church. His coffin was tagged by his friends, because the dead boy was a tagger (graffiti artist). It was just one example for non-traditional coffins that have been used for burials in Oslo. And even though the majority still prefers traditional burials, when a relative has got a special will one tries to fulfill it. So nowadays people also can choose amoung bigger range of coffins. “The possible reason for it is to make the whole ceremony more personal. The choice of coffins can be one of the ways to do it,”- says Gunnar Hammersmark.
Here come some coffin design offers from Svanholm firm in Trondheim

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By the way the price of one coffin like this might be between 5000 and 10000 NOK
(02.03.2009: 1 USD = 6,75 NOK . Do the math!)
So… where one of those coffins might take us?
… to a better world or something ???

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…that was my husbands offer to name this note. And I couldn´t argue. What else could make me spend my last cash for the january issue of Playboy Russia with Vahina Giocante on the cover???

Well, I´ve never regreted buying it. Actually this Playboy photoshoot has become my favourite one.
The beautiful french actress Vahina Giocante was shot by Karl Lagerfeld. The images borrowed from Google Search 🙂

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