I've now had over a week of resting a damaged tendon in my arm, and me without work is like a bear with a sore butt.
I would have been chewing the furniture now if it wasn't for a passion that I've had since I was a small child.
Jigsaw Puzzles, or Puslespill in Norwegian.
I honestly don't think there is a better way to kill boredom, so for the last week I've been finishing a 1000 piece puzzle almost every day. We have about 85 puzzles in the house, so I have plenty to choose from. Here's the one I started today, and I know at least one of my followers will know exactly where the image is from.
I spent 6 weeks in Trondheim for radiation therapy earlier this year, and while I'm fairly sure that the radiation therapy did it's job, I'm equally sure that the puzzle therapy kept me sane by giving my mind something to focus on.
And lastly, another little puzzle in life's endless chain of confusion...
Although winter is here, roses are still blooming, or at least trying to. And then, just when my brain cell had been confused by that fact, this happens....
Ah well, back to my jigsaw, that's an easier puzzle than nature.
Yun's aa fir enoo
Sermon for 21st May 2017
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