It’s in the details

I’ve never been one of those ‘the big picture‘ type of people. That’s a specialty and mindset that you either possess, or don’t I think – that way of seeing beyond your immediate vicinity and placing things in a grander context. Most people, admittedly, are just stuck in their own ‘little’ world. Myself? I tendContinue reading “It’s in the details”

Relative anonimity

Do you remember phonebooks? The paper kind. Huge thick books that got delivered to your house every year containing the names, addresses and landline numbers to everyone you ever knew. Conveniently sorted village by village so that you could know pretty much everyone in your neighborhood without ever meeting them. And everyone was fine withContinue reading “Relative anonimity”

Resolutionizing – April

Four months gone of the year 2021. And what a year it’s been so far. The world is changing. Changing. Changing. We’re going from lockdown, to semi-lockdown to hopefully some sort of relative freedom in the near future. I mean – as it stands now (with our sluggish vaccination pace) I’ll see my arm pokedContinue reading “Resolutionizing – April”

Mad trickster

I spent twenty minutes googling toddler toys today. Itty bitty piano’s that are sure to drive any parent crazy. Various animals on wheels that move in no way similar to any actual creature. Things that are fluffy, or tentacly or otherwise textured to facilitate adventurous little bastards (and undoubtedly end up getting chewed and drooledContinue reading “Mad trickster”