On the ground for a few hours and then gone again – story of this past December.
I’ve grown soft – running outside in negative temperatures for more than half an hour now seems like a terrible idea.
Nothing like running across the bay from a large coal stack to remind ourselves that Helsinki is far from using clean energy everywhere.
I had to relearn how to walk properly on icy ground. It’s all in the legs and the balance.
I distinctly remember the ground being covered in snow during last year’s Independence Day.
If this were the capital of evil, the super evil secret lair would be quite easy to find.
Some snow but not enough.
Today’s absolutely random thought that just popped into my head: “It’s December, I should check what’s up with the next ESC.”
On that day, with the full (or almost full) moon, so many people were stopping right in that spot to take photos.
Kiwi yogurt (as in containing kiwi, not from New Zealand) – that’s good stuff. What I learnt this week.
As someone who can only moderately tolerate spicy food, watching First We Feast’s Hot Ones is almost painful. Why do people do these kinds of things to themselves? (asks the person who regularly runs for long periods of time and has gotten used to the pain)
I just finished that book by Sylvain Neuvel, the Sleeping Giants one, and now I started the second book in the series. Already I’m feeling this second one way less than the first one.
President Tarja Halonen (boy, I had forgotten just how long she was president!) said a very true thing, something along the lines of “the good news is that we can also do something for sustainability, the bad news is that we all must do something for sustainability.”