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1 August, 2015 Hello August

August. Oh where do I begin? With its crips air and powerful colour palette, August is definitely a statement month.  It may be one of my favorite months. The water in the fjord is warm and inviting. Friends are back from vacation and ready to...

1 July, 2015 Hello July

Happy first anniversary of living in Norway. What a year it has been. Bring on July - one year into this new life. Things happen for a reason. And we happened upon here. And here is home. And home is where the heart is. And the heart is a...

23 June, 2015 Tile crush

You open the door to a visitor. As you greet the person in front of you, your smile quickly changes into an apology for the clutter they have to experience walking into your home. Does this resonate? I’ve been guilty of all the excuses in the...

15 June, 2015 An Image That Speaks Volumes – Connection

Personal projects are a great adventure that often lead us through the most unlikely of paths. Our intention in starting this project is to hone our skills and see where this particular path takes us. We would love it if you joined us on this adventure. Our...

12 June, 2015 Our intented future.

I stand leaning against the terrace doors. The morning's first coffee in my hands. I sip. The house is still quiet. I notice the seagulls flying over, a ferry passing and I know that I am home. I have arrived. A feeling of intense happiness overwhelms me. I take it all in. This...

5 June, 2015 The house we left behind.

There it was. A comment on someone posted around the new year on Facebook. We celebrated new year´s eve in your old house and had an amazing time. I cried. I loved that house. Not at first though. I can honestly say I hated every brick and...