Thursday, August 30, 2012

How to be a woman

So yesterday, I had plans on going to see/listen to Caitlin Moran talk about her book. But life came in between. Yesterday's being a woman prevented me from learning more about How to be a woman.

Instead, I went to work.



















Ran.






















Helped daughter with homework and tried to refrain from telling her that most grown-ups simply refer to their built in calculators in their phones and who knows about the future, will there be math? Will there even be math in the aftermath? Succeeded in refraining. Realized I really really suck at math. She's already better than me and she's not even 11.

Worked some more.  Talked to Anders. Saw parts of a tv-show focusing on the films Ingmar Bergman supposedly watched (surprise alert: Crocodile Dundee).


Fell asleep.

So much for the glitzy life this week, which is STOCKHOLM FASHION WEEK.

I am fashion. Only I know this.


This is for you. Trying to look pretty and posting pretty pics on your blog is so 2005. We've moved on, people. Say we've moved on.

Also:
Do you find it tricky to comment on this blog? If it really is tricky, then you might not even be able to tell me!

I'll try to change the settings, but have recently been told by people I*VE MET IN THE FLESH that commenting is sometimes tricky/impossible here.

8 comments:

  1. The Love / Hate buttons don' t help I believe (maybe I'm wrong, you tell me). Commenting still requires a tiny effort, and the social media age is not helping.
    So maybe I'm stuck in 2005...
    (And I sucked at maths big time too).

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  2. I find it somewhat difficult, but i am on mobile so that might be it.

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  3. One of the amusing parts of commenting is the odd words that prove I have to type to prove I'm not a robot. Sometimes they seem poetic.

    I love that there's a love button but would never deign to hate something - maybe you could change it to "meh".

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  4. Ooh, I just posted the above comment without the system asking me to type in the letter-salad words. So it's already obsolete.
    How does the system now know that I'm not a robot?!

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  5. I removed the word verfication thing! Will look into the hate thing.

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  6. Å så bra! Nu kan jag kommentera igen. Jippie!

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  7. i thought love/hate was a bit extreeme, there should be like an infinite number of choices between the two. commenting if logged in with my google account seems to be easy so far. you are very entertaining. (consider the love button pushed, although in a purely platonic way)

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  8. Now I love the possibility of "I have read and understood"!

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