We better do it. Some day the last ones who survived will be gone. Then we are here to remember. It CAN happen again. But WE ALL CAN DO SOMETHING in order not to LET IT HAPPEN again! So. Do it!
Yesterday we were on a walkabout. We get out, and Mika decides where to go. He likes to hang around at the train station. So ww went there, and got out on a platform. The Stockholm – Norrköping regional train arrived, and the driver was kind enough to let Mika on board to let him sit on the driver’s seat! He was very curious and happy! Thank you driver for being so kind! A memory for life! And he loves trains now!
Quickie screendumps from a Very Long Term Project! DJ Anders presents Pomodoro Mix number three! Meditative Beats. Progressive Flow. Focus. Enjoy! And. Good Night!
Yesterday night I was at the aikido training as usual (training Mondays and Wednesday). My Sensei took some photos, and caught me in the act! Behold!
At the moment, my fav working spot is the university library on Norrköping Campus, Kåkenhus. Just a stone’s throw away from Home Base! And excellent to keep focus in this environment! Sun shunes on! Hope, there is! Good Night!
Today we had a regular checkup to follow up on his heart insufficiency. After the ultrasound cardiography, it was concluded that he now was all well! His heart has normal capacity! Such a releif! Well, ok, his permanent “electrical” heart condition will require pacemaker all through his life, but … like … for heaven’s sake! We went out to the waiting room and cried! All these years of worry and hardship. Now we can breathe out! He will phase out some of his meds as well in the coming three weeks. Mika is so strong! But! He also complained of…
MLK, together with kindered spirits Gandhi and Lennon – can I say ‘spiritual self-chosen step-fathers’? We honour you today, Martin Luther King! The Dream Lives On!
Tomorrow morning! It’s early, and hoping for a cloud-free sky! So – good night!
Photo by Karin / @akrogirl – from #MikaTheHero Flow. At the waiting room. Yesterday Mika fell off his chair, backwards, on the kitchen carpet. Very hurtful, but nothing seemed to be broken in his arm. After a night with pain, we made a call to the public health service at 1177, and they recommended to go to the kiddie ER at our hospital Vrinnevi here in Norrköping – better safe than sorry! Lucky he was – “only” his radius was snapped out a bit, and was easily snapped back just by the doctor’s hand. And x-ray confirmed nothing was broken,…