I had a really really great day!


So why is this day so great? Several reasons:

1. I finished my paper on St Thomas Becket yesterday, 9 hours before deadline. This might not sound very impressive, but I am the master of procrastination, which often results in that I turn in my homeworks too late. I am madly in love with myself for doing this properly!

2. I had nothing, exactly NOTHING, to do today and that means I had time for reorganizing my stationery. Turns out I need more boxes for tapes and stickers! And having nothing to do also means I can write you guys a rambling blog post full of mail pictures I haven’t had time to post yet due to my studies.

3. I got 3 packages today :D

4. My boyfriend bought me a sandwich with 7 different kinds of meat topping for breakfast while I was still sleeping. (He went up way earlier than I did ;) He’s a vegetarian but still buys me a sandwich full of dead animals as a token of love. How sweet isn’t that!?


One of the packages contained these goodies: washi tapes ordered on ebay. (Stack of random letters in the background.)


The postage on the washi-package. Gorgeous! I have seen them a lot before, but I still appreciate them.


2 packages were from my dear parents. They sent me 2,2 kg chocolate (! x__x), a Crete guidebook (I’m going there in April :) and pretty dragonfly jewellery. <3 I have no idea what I’ve done to deserve such a treat.

I have also received some mail the recent days that I haven’t had the time to show you yet:


Yesterday I found some stationeries I have ordered in my mailbox :D Super excited! I just can’t resist those kawaii letter sets…


I’m not going to bore you with pictures of every set, but this is the star piece of the bunch:
Joker Kitty!
… What? wtf?! Joker Kitty?!?! xD
I had to buy it. I find this insanely humorous.


I also got a gorgeous postcard in a double envelope (the red one is see-through) from Anni in Finland. (Click the image to visit her blog!)
By the way, Finland is the enchanted land of beautiful stamps. Have I already been going on about how much I envy my neighbours for their stamps?


Postcards from Gum and postcard swap on swap-bot :)


Postcard from Korea, Where you live postcard swap on bot-swap


Postcard from private swap with a girl in Hong Kong who found me through Instagram. This is so cute :3


Awesome letter from my Awesome friend Jessica!


And well, I have to confess that I just happened to buy a few things at the local paper crafts shop… xD But I have been in need of those decorative edge scissors (or whatever they are called) for… several days now! And there was a sale on scrapbooking papers, and you know… they had washi tape too…

And lastly, a conversation that took place today:

Me: I’m going to write a blog post now.
My bf: About minced meat? (There’s a context here, but it’s not of great importance)
Me: No, about the mail I have received.
My bf: Oh, do you want to post the mail I got today too? :DDDD
Me: … uhm… yeah… sure…

BF's package

So this is what my boyfriend received in the mail today! Three nerdy shirts that maybe some of you recognize and like. (I have no clue, so don’t ask me xD )


PS. I’m thinking about designing my own Tor-Ulf writing paper. He has been going on about this for some days now, so I better do as he says. He’s threatening to start some drama if i don’t give him more attention.





2 responses »

  1. Ok, so when I started reading, I was already envious of all the amazingly awesome washi tape, and all the incoming mail! And then came the part about the sandwich… SEVEN types of meat? ¿SIETE? SYV? I need to go to Sweden, ASAP. I LOVE meat. And sandwiches…

    • They seven is a magic number ;)
      You’d have to stop by Lund in Sweden to get this sandwich ’cause it’s a small local Charcuterie that sells them. When I first moved here and everybody told me that I had to try Lund’s awesome sandwich speciality, and I was like.. “Yeah, it’s just a sandwich, get over yourselves!” Then I tried it. I now get what the fuss is about.

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