“It’s a powermove deciding to live your life as authentically as possible. And it’s hard to shame someone for their life choices, for going their own way, when they are not ashamed themselves.”
Just some humour and relatable stuff 🤷♀️ and an old selfie from 5 years ago, which I quite like..🙃
Hope everyone had a nice peaceful christmas celebration yesterday. Those of you who don’t live in the Nordic countries probably celebrate on the 25th, which is so strange btw😅, hope your day will be filled with joy and with people you love ❤
I have sooo many more pictures from this year, but some of them I feel are nice to keep private 😊💛
Happy new year, everyone!✨
Ramma inn dette monotypibildet. Skrev et innlegg om det i fjor. Syns sjøl det er kjempefint – det skal ligne en ansiktsløs samisk kvinne😊❤
Fikk lyst å dele noen bilder av den fineste monsen jeg noensinne har bodd med. Snakk om go’gutt med personlighet. Var så heldig å ha han i tre år før han dessverre ble påkjørt. Stort savn.
So, I wanted to just write a bit about my chronic conditions/disabilities, just in the hopes of connecting with others in a similar situation.
I used to post quite a lot about it, but realised that maybe it came across as complaining. So I stopped. I never wanted it to come out as complaining or like ‘hey, my life and health is shit’, but just as me telling people in my life and others who might be interested what was happening, why I couldn’t work or study, why I am on disability benefit. And also as a way for me to raise awareness about these things, because it seems needed. Both in terms of judgement and in terms of getting adequate medical treatment.
Social media is such a big and important platform for chronically ill people. It connects us and we can use it as a way of still being in society, since we can’t always physically join things.
I have six conditions and it would be nice to connect with others in the same situation. So please leave a comment if you would like to share what everyday life is like for you!❤
(My conditions: myalgic encephalomyelitis, hypermobility syndrome, IBS, interstitial cystitis, migraine and I am on the spectrum. Being on the spectrum is absolutely not an illness, but it does affect how I function). 🤓
“The sight filled the northern sky; the immensity of it was scarcely conceivable. As if from Heaven itself, great curtains of delicate light hung and trembled. Pale green and rose-pink, and as transparent as the most fragile fabric, and at the bottom edge a profound and fiery crimson like the fires of Hell, they swung and shimmered loosely with more grace than the most skillful dancer.” 🌌
My little late night creativity painting.. Couldn’t sleep last night so I thought why not just spend my time wisely 😄 A bit unusual colour choices for me, but I like how it turned out. Was unsure if I choose the right colour for the mountains but I can always change that later if the mood strikes me..🌈🎨
This painting is 65 x 45. Acrylic painting.