Some more personal rambling, but that’s where I’m at the moment. And lack of Norwegian once again, and no explanations or links for the things in the photos. But it will come. My goal isn’t just to be about interiors, because I’m about so much more. So here we go:
Last night I couldn’t sleep. I heard the fan from the bathroom after showering, so I knew it hadn’t gone too much time. By the time it stops I know it’s about time to sleep. The fan stopped. I could hear my own pulse in the right ear which faced down towards the pillow. I turned around, and there I found the pulse on the left side. I was exhausted, but not sleepy. Just a little while ago we got in from the fog, after landing the final track for our second album. And I started to realise how big that is to me. My eyes flickering behind the eyelids, they couldn’t keep still. Time to open them.
The dark blue-grey sky with the huge trees in front which seemed black at the moment. The white silhouette of the canopy towards the dark walls. I knew there where some gold fringes there as well, but I couldn’t see them. Not before the moon made them shine, and the trees were no longer black either – they looked like giant white crystal and diamond cactuses! What the fog and frost had done to them, it looked spectacular. A car drove by, but I made it into a rolling star which passed us, and it made the whole even more magical. The tropical birds from the pictures on the bedroom started to fly around in colourful circles, and the leopards climbed out of their frame. They laid down in the dark red velvet sofa besides our tiny bed, ready to attack whatever might try to ruin this moment of mine. And I guess this is where I fell into sleep under the dark bloomy linen.
Next second the daylight hit my face, the leopards were back in their frame and the trees were no longer giant cactuses made of crystals. I could hear dripping of water outside – it had turned warmer again. But I knew what I saw this night, and there was no doubt I had to share it with you. So here’s some photos from the almost finished bedroom which I finally adore – this is where my days starts, and this is where my days ends. It’s an anchor, the real time is on hold, and I share every second of it with my love. Life is good to me at the moment. I am good to myself at the moment.