Share Your World – February 20, 2017

A month ago I started my blog break with Cee’s Share Your World, so it’s quite fitting that I’m making my comeback with the same challenge! Now that I’m back the plan is to try to have a very relaxed attitude to blogging – if I don’t post for a week, that’s fine. Blogging shouldn’t become a chore among everything else.

When you cut something with scissors, do you move your jaw (as if you were about to chew)? 

Whaaat? No, I’ve never had that kind of reaction to using scissors!

Do you chew your pens and pencils?

Yes I do and it’s totally gross. Although I don’t really ever use pencils. I’ve now tried to stop and instead I’ve started annoyingly clicking my pens. My apologies to all my colleagues who have to listen to “click, click” all day!

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Are you a collector of anything?  If so what?

I used to collect Moomin mugs and Iittala Kivi-candle holders. But not anymore. I’d rather get rid of stuff than collect more of it.

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What size is your bed? 

It’s 180 meters wide. I need my space when sleeping!

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What are you grateful for from last week, and what are you looking forward to in the week coming up?

Last week we had a lovely dinner at our house for my mom’s birthday. Even though I was dead exhausted from work, I still managed to arrange it and it was a fun evening all in all. This week I’m looking forward to the numerous meet-ups I have in my calendar and to having my goddaughter over for a sleepover.

You might have recognized that these photos are from London. However, I can’t recall the name of the market. Can you identify it?

xx

17 thoughts on “Share Your World – February 20, 2017

  1. Moomin mugs sounds so cute actually :)) we have two books by Tove Jansson in Bulgarian, I remember I loved them very much reading them to the boys 🙂
    so good to see you back, Suvi 🙂 we all need breaks sometimes!!

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  2. It sure looks like Greenwich. I’ll be travelling to U.K. in March. There’s something about the place that keeps bringing me back although I’ve identified with Finland as my home country for a long time now.

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