This really is my post for the Link Love! If you prefer to simply check the links, just scroll to the end of this post.
I had no intentions to write so much, it just happened 😉
Thank you all for stopping by!
Last week I went to Stockholm – by train, by myself.
This may sound very exciting, but it wasn’t for me. It was rather nerve wrecking. Only because the main reason to go was a doctors appointment for my annual cancer follow up.
When moving from one place to another one of the dreaded things to do is to find new doctors – especially if one needs a specialist. It’s not really a big problem to find one, but it’s the memory that gets me every time. The whole story has to be told again and this brings the fear to surface again. And of course, if one meets a new doctor, in a different country, they want to take a biopsy, ‘just in case’. There we go again – waiting for another appointment. Not looking forward to the process (though that’s not really a big deal) and again waiting for the results. I just can’t stand this. I’m rather convinced that everything is and will be alright (it has been for almost 12 years now!!!) but I wish this whole waiting thing could be avoided.
Well, on the other hand I’m well aware that there are way more dreadful things out there and I learned 12 years ago, that one shall treasure every day, just because…
In this sense and since I had some time left after the appointment, I walked through the old town and took some pictures of doors and door handles and details. I’ll be back to do that again! (Please click on the images to see them bigger)
Once Hanna (aka iHanna) had sent me a link with some Stockholm related tips. I will plan my next trips to Stockholm with more excitement and with her recommendations in mind and mapped 🙂
Well, that was my first link for this weeks Link Love (by Tammy | Daisy Yellow)
Here are my other linkies 🙂 (if that’s even a word! lol!)
One of my new friends from Mixed Media Madness (fb group):
She loves to draw faces (which is not the case for me at all – perhaps that’s why I admire her faces!) and it’s in her nature to really say what she means. I appreciate that a lot.
Also she has the talent to make everyone smile or laugh out loud a lot in that group on fb – I love her comments! 🙂
Her blog is new, so give her some love!
I happened to stumble across another fb groups link: The Artist’s Journal Workshop
OMG – so much talent in this group. I love sketching, drawing and calligraphy as well (yes, I do, I haven’t posted much about that yet, but time will bring me back to practice more in these areas. Once I can show results, I will ;)).
Anyway, I just enjoy browsing through all the artwork. Most of the members don’t seem to have a blog. But a few posted links, so I’d like to share them here:
As always: Thank you all for visiting!