February 16, 2006

Sorry for the very long break

"So you've stopped writing on your website, now that you're 'practically married'?", she asked me?
I am not married of course, I am not even engaged. But she did have a point. I wouldn't call it "the poet needs the pain", exactly. I tend to be the kind of person that "requires mediocre circumstances for writing". Or have up until now, at least. It sounds crazy, but happiness is actually, just like everything else, a thing one needs to get used to.
It is also true that once a blogger, always a blogger. Eventhough I haven't blogged in all this time, I've still continued writing imaginary posts in my head! (I also sometimes keep up imaginary conversations with my favorite niece, and occasionally with my mother. But I guess nobody wanted to know that..).

Posted by Maria at February 16, 2006 10:04 AM | TrackBacks
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You're alive...good! And happy...even better!

So what's this crap about "imaginary" blogging? ;)

BTW, got access to Swedish telly? You can see me next weekend on TV4 at 7.30 PM both Friday 24th and Saturday 25th. Can't tell you more right now.

I live in hell right now. Due to a move to a bigger apartment we don't have Internet at home for a couple of weeks. How on earth did people survive without it?

Posted by: Torbjörn Karfunkel at February 16, 2006 06:51 PM Permalink


Posted by: Alice at February 20, 2006 03:23 PM Permalink

What a coincidence, I've been writing imaginary comments to your imaginary posts!

Posted by: Arni at February 20, 2006 08:34 PM Permalink

Welcome back.

Posted by: Miri at February 21, 2006 10:18 PM Permalink

Thanks guys.
Say Árni, did you by any chance go see 'Walk the Line' at Regnboginn the other day?

Posted by: Maria at February 22, 2006 12:03 PM Permalink

Good to see you again!

I write imaginary posts too.

Posted by: David Boxenhorn at February 23, 2006 08:35 AM Permalink

No, I haven't seen it yet. Is it worth the price of admission?

Posted by: Arni at February 24, 2006 02:23 PM Permalink

Thanks David!
Árni, I thought I saw you standing in line in Regnboginn. I think it was pretty good, but I'm not a Johnny Cash fan. Shlomi loved it.

Posted by: Maria at February 24, 2006 03:15 PM Permalink