16.4.08

New day


As Olga comment on my last post, storys like Engla's are the everyday stuff in other parts of the world. I hope I´ll never get use to that.

Yesterday one of my best friends gave birth to a little girl. Life is awesome.

14 comments:

mette said...

life is really really awesome

instantanés said...

ESPOIR ... HOPE ...

Cathrines blogg said...

That is totaly troue(?), but there are many good things in life aswell, and we schould thank for it every day;)

Esti said...

A baby... yes , we are lucky indeed around here...
(elisabeth, would you like to join my little hand project if you have time to spare? I'm determined to make a abook out of it and would love to have you participating in it) :D

Cherryskin said...

Congratulations to your friend, and welcome to this wonderful world, her little daughter.

fine little day said...

esti, I will mail you.

la casita de wendy said...

such a beautiful picture..

mado&co said...

It's...ooh! so quiet....

lisen said...

Å, vilken tröttis! Så fin bild.

Hm, hade en sån hylla som liten..den va också helt full med grejer. Tand-burk bl.a! Tur man inte spar allt..heh

Patagonia Mum with Baby said...

Thats great news! Congratulations to your friend!
I love your blog and photos of your apartment!
bye
Yamila

yasu said...

a new day
a new life. wonderful picture.

Making it lovely (SP) said...

First time here, I really like what I see:_) I live in Singapore, you are welcome to visit me any time. Vet inte varför jag skrev på engelska, hihi!

Må gott
Gunilla

babelfish said...

What a beautiful photograph, I love that room! A wise young man, and I agree - hope we never get used to tragedies.

Anonymous said...

So sad. You are being very proactive and spreading a lovely message, though. On a side not, I love the rug in the room and I want to find it. I hope this isn't too materialistic, but I saw this lovely photo and the rug cheered me right up. Do you remember where you found it?