THE PURSE POST
Hello world, I havent been feeling too good lately, you know, headache and so. Luckily I seem to be recovering now, slowly, but still! The weather on the other hand, not too bright. Bah, I am a champion talking about things nobody really care about, but sometimes it works great filling a post so it won't be only two sentences long, can't we all relate? Today Ive been doing some erands and whatnot, for some reason, running back and forth makes my stress disappear for a moment or two, one would think it would work the other way around, but doesn't. Having something to do makes me forget worries and it clears my mind for things I have been thinkig about too much lately. Maybe I should go for a run? Anyroad, its already May! Gosh, so many things happends during this month, May 17th, different celebrations for those who...oh, its impossible to explain for those who arent norwegian, so the norwegian term is "konfirmasjon" have you ever tried to explain it to anybody that arent norwegian? Impossible! But basically its some sort of ritual all 15 year old go through, to celebrate their first steps into the adult world, their families host a big party, with loads of amazing food and deserets, gifts for the kid and so, its quite fun actually. You can choose between a religious or a non-religious ceremony, and since I am neither baptised or religious at all, I chose the last.
And due to the fact that my face is even whiter than usual and my head keep spinning, I decided to do the infamous "whats in my bag" post. Realy deep and informative I know, but hey. This blog is rather shallow after all. I try to only carry the most important things, a couple of years back I would carry everything I had laying nearby thinking "oh I might need this" and "I know thismight be important" without it being so. Causing my left shoulder to hurt because of the weight, I am lefthanded and always I carry my bag on my left shoulder. It simply impossible for me to have it on my right, so I have to balance out the weight and carry less, for my shoulders sake.