Saturday, October 31, 2009

Please read this!

Something has gone wrong with my other blog Ravengirls Holdout!! :oS

not enter that site anymore. I cannot open the site to erase i,t so I have to send out a warning to you not to enter. Just erase it from your blog, if you have it linked.

Google gave me a warning that the site contains something from a website they rate as very suspicious. Read what they say
here if you want to. I have downloaded some pictures of some bands and a blog background, maybe it is from that site, I don't know.

I will not post anything there anymore.

Scrapbooking at the trade fair!

November 6 - 8 there will be a scrapbooking exhibition on the trade fair in Lillestrøm, the town next to this! I HAVE to go! :oD Frode will be outa town so I am alone this weekend! Come to think of it... maybe I really shouldn't watch that movie tonight...

If I get the same reactions I got from The Ring I will be in deep trouble staying home alone for the entire weekend! :oO It took me TWO WEEKS to get "normal" again. I had to wake my ex up if I needed to go to the bathroom during the night. I was very scared passing the TV...

Anyhoo, take a look at this blog. I know it's in Norwegian (unfortunatly), but on the left side there is a list with the shops that are holding a stand at the exhibition. Many nice ones indeed! Some of the shops even have translation to English. :o)

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Recomended for Halloween!

I truelly recomend this movie for Halloween! It is said to be very scary (and I got first hand sources here), so do not watch this if you are alone, at a dark and remote place, belive in ghosts or are faint hearted. :oD

Do you dare watch the trailer...?:

Paranormal Activity - Trailer - HHHQ - In Theaters: September 25 - Click here for the most popular videos

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Award time!!!

Hi Girls!! Today I decided to make an award and give it to 5 of the most inventive blogs out there.

Come and claim your price:
- Laura
- Marga
- Johanna
- Jacquline
- Laila

You all have blogs which I really enjoy reading, and inspire me very much. :o)

You have to give this award to 5 blogs that you think deserve this price. Post a coment on their site and let them know they are winners. The winners can place this award on their blogs, and link your blog to them. Remember to link theirs to yours as well.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

We are preparing for X-mas

We have just cut down a pine tree and will raise it in front of the house in Trysil. It will serve as a X-mas tree and a bird tree by the bird feeder.:-)

You see my fiance in the middle, his brother in the left and their mother.:-)

-- Posted from my iPhone

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Winter is coming

I'm at my in-laws for the weekend, and they've already got snow! Not much left after today though.;-)

-- Posted from my iPhone

Saturday, October 10, 2009

Do YOU belive in ghosts...?

Hi people

I have been a little busy lately, again. It's a pitty what the society have made of us, no time for fun anymore. Well, almost no time. ;o)

Today Frode and I are meting a couple we are friends with. Heidi is my childhood friend, and she is now enganged to get married too. Unfortunatly we don't see each other that often, as we don't live next door anymore.

We will meet them at this really nice restaurant in the oldest part of Oslo city. That town square was used as an execution place in the old days, and they say that many of the buildings there are haunted. I don't know about this restaurant, but there is another restaurant that lays in the old dungeon cellar... And the café next to the restaurant lays in the old hospital, and they say that the fireplace there hosts a spirit.

I am fascinated by the spirit world, and I truely belive there is more on earth than we know of. Not vampires, pixies or werewolves, but spirits. I do not have the ability to see ghosts myself, but I did have two strange sights in my summer vacation this year...

When we were at the cabin, I often sat at the table in between the kitchen and the living room. Two times I saw this small cloud of mist/ smoke that drifted by the doorway into the kitchen. I didn't just see it a small second, but maybe a full 3 seconds and in full view! I wasn't scared, but I felt like I knew we had a visitor. So I asked Frode one night if he knew if the cabin is haunted...

He said that it sure is. It is a rather creepy story, he said. I said okay, just don't tell me the story, because my imagination is rather vivid. I told him what I had seen and he was a little creaped out too. ;o) But we decided to ignore the fact as long as the spirit didn't exactly bug us or show itself for us in any other ways.

The strange thing is that I only saw the misty cloudlike shadow those two times, before we had that talk. Maybe someone just wanted to tell me that he or she is there?

We do have a ghost in our storage area at work though, and one girl I've known for 5 years told me that she and a guy was working until 7pm one night, because a truck had just come in. She was unpacking and suddenly she saw a head peak out from the concrete wall! She froze up and the guy looked up at her, and found her face white as a sheet.

He said: "you are seing the ghost now, are you?" and she had nodded. Then it was gone like in a second. She didn't see any eyes, but she could see that it was a dark shape, with short hair and that it was a man. Now we have named the ghost Jan. They are trying to figure out why he is there, and why he never shows himself during the daytime.

Also three other girls have seen him during their years there. They are not freaking out, but none of them want to work alone after 4pm. :o)
Does anyone have a ghost story to tell? I mean a self experienced or heard by someone you know quiet well.

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

These kids need you

A friend of mine tiped me of this web page where you make a difference in a childs life. These children are very sick and they like getting letters and postcards. We like writing and crafting, and we can put smiles on these kids faces. Make their days more fun while they have to wait for their destiny.

Here, take a tour on the page and give these kids a smile.

Post Pals - Putting a Smile on Childrens Faces

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Dark Fantasy

At the moment I am reading a new book serie by Karen Chance. I saw this cover at the book store I'm fond of, and it stole my interest. After seing it in the shelf twice, I decided to read this one after the big Sword of Truth serie.

The sword of Truth has come to and end now, and I still miss all my friends from the book... I feel like that when I stop reading books that touches my soul... Sad, alone and like I lost friends in an accident or something. I grief for days, even weeks.

Anyway, I'm half way through this one now, and I still have some trouble following, as it started a little right in the middle of action. It is an urban fantasy book, where there are vampires, werewolves, satyrs and pixies. And of course ghosts, as Cassandra Palmer (the main character) is clearvoiant.

She sees and talks to ghosts, and her best friend is a ghost named Billy Joe. He came with an old necklace she bought at a pawn shop. Another ghost she talks to is Portia, but she always nags on and on about how awful it is that she's dead, etc, etc.

Now she's in deep shit as a vampire mafioso is after her, so she finds herself at the vampire senate and will get help from one of the strongest leaders there. But for what price...? I still don't know what price. ;o)

I love the fact that my dear Frode also loves reading books. Pretty rare for men to be into books, at least the non nerdy types. ;o) Now he is reading the last 20 pages of a 650 paged book he bought only a week ago! :oD Fantastic. He was like a kid at Christmas when we saw it at the book store, and he started reading it emediatly when we arrived at home.

Tell me what you like to read. Do you have any recommendation for us? :o)