Back From Östersund
Short vacation it was, but it's been a blast! Watched Harry Potter 3 yesterday night, so tonight I think I'll be watching the sequel. I haven't seen 1 or 2. I haven't read any of the books. I have a Harry Potter game for the GBA that I haven't completed a single level in. It's time.
All of the interweb shops are luring in customers with insane prices. Worms 2 + Armageddon is selling for 49KR just today at CDON (that's about 7 dollars). GOG is selling out over 250 games at half price or less, among them old classics such as Blood, Duke Nukem, Mega Race & Fallout. Those are probably not the most classic games in the list though, they're just classics for me. Komplett recently had a one-day insanely low priced sale... and I bought a camera. A lot of shops are providing free shipping just for the holiday. In times of economical crisis it seems the shops do anything to keep consumption level. Is it this way in the whole world, or just in Sweden?
Anyway, back in Östersund.
I've been sledding down snowy hills, walking around at the core of the wintery town square with banners and banderoles and lights all painted gold, framed by lush green forestry, bright stars illuminating the night sky. I helped my brother fix some crucial component of his cars handbrake (more like stood and watched), helped mount a roof box, played around with Rasmus (nephew), spun a coin, drew stuff, ate good food and watched Harry Potter 3. I also woke up feeling nauseous every single morning, didn't feel well at all on the train ride to and from Östersund, and the day we were invited to an old acquaintance for a huuuge appetizing meal, I just had zero appetite. Those latter parts were no fun at all, and I'm wondering if there's some serious flaw in my digestive system at the moment (because I unusually, or more like never, wake up feeling sick in the morning). BUT, otherwise, it's been a blast!
Looking forward to next years visit. :)