Hello! I’m finally back to blogging more! May has been a complete stress month for me. It finally calmed down, and even though I still have to exams left, I am a lot less stressed about those – which is very nice!

I wanted to write a blog post today, but couldn’t think of anything to write about  or post, but then I was looking through my camera and realized I had some photos from a few weeks ago when me and my sister went for a little walk. Therefore, I wanted to share some of them today.

IMG_0746IMG_0751He always gets tangled in his long leash… The leash also gets tangled into bushes and everything so I always have to go back and loosen it… At least he is cuteIMG_0752IMG_0756IMG_0757There is a duck thereIMG_0760IMG_0761IMG_0764IMG_0766IMG_0767IMG_0770IMG_0775IMG_0776Those are all the decent pictures I took.

I love going for walks with Diesel (my dog) because he absolutely loves running around and walking “freely”. I am too scared to not use the long leash because he would probably run away. All though he is quite good if we say “på plass” which means “in place”. But if there is another dog or person he would shut me out. Plus, there are always horse shoe marks where we walk and I don’t know how he would act if he met a horse.

Thank you for reading! Do you have a dog?

Oslo Visit

Hello! Happy Friday!

Today my mum, myself and my two sisters decided we wanted to do something since it’s the “last” day of autumn break. I voted for a world war 2 resistance museum in Oslo, but no one else wanted to do that so we ended up deciding to go to Frognerparken in Oslo. It’s a huge park in Oslo with a bridge full of statues.

 

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Here are some of the statues. I didn’t take a picture of all of them because that would just be boring, but I took pictures of some.

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I also loved the weather. It wasn’t too warm or too cold so I wore a thin jacket and a huge scarf and I loved it!

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Out of focus, of course. This is probably the most well known one. It’s called “Sinnataggen” which is literally just angry boy. It has been stolen a few times so that’s apparently why it’s so “famous”.

 

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This scarf is probably my favourite. It’s huge and comftorable. I bought it from Primark a few years back.

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This is massive and surrounded by many statues around it again!

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We had brought some cookies and crisps and something to drink and sat down on one of the benches in the park.

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I just had to take pictures of some of the roses even though they are starting to die..

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You can literally see that it was windy hahaha

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My sister :)

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I literally cannot tell you how many times I have taken pictures from this park ahaha

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I love Oslo!

Have you ever been in Frognerparken?