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Pinot Gris

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A glass of cold white wine tonight…. because. damn. that man is so cold that made me dizzy.

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It’s a hard-knock life!

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Today, I learned a new song – which is not really a new song. The song is about the life of foster kids. But I’d say this song is for everybody. It does feel like the wind is always howl’n? and surely it is the hard-knock life that we are living in.

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Two doors

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July 24, 2017 at 10:11 PM

depression

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Show the same compassion for them that you would to someone who fought a battle against cancer and lost.

The lead singer of a famous band just passed away today (or yesterday). And social media word went all out about it.

He hung himself according to news, leaving a wife and six children behind. His buddy also died couple of months ago with the same cod. The heart of the problem according to what I read: depression.

depression

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July 21, 2017 at 8:19 PM

Days

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July 18, 2017 at 6:41 AM

Be good to yourself – 2

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Last week, I treated myself with a wonderful cute pink raincoat.

It’s part of my be good to myself project. Since I lived in Denmark, I have always shopped in flea markets known as loppemarked. Rarely, I buy new things except when I am travelling. Or when I am sure, the flea markets would not have my size. So, it’s kinda worth-to-tell when I bought myself this raincoat.

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ARKEN

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It was a cloudy Saturday. I decided to go to Arken Museum of Modern Art in Ishøj. I was really expecting to see The Danish Girl collection there. But apparently, at that time, the museum was having a special “Gosh! Is it Alive” exhibition. I was a bit disappointed because I was really curious on Gerda Wegener’s paintings. But, alas, what could I do but to enjoy the exhibition.

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