There are some things that are nescessary in order for me to feel at home. Once I've put up the Berlin map and my photobooth photos, I feel settled. They're up now in my new old house here in Aarhus. I lived here before, two years ago when I started journalism school. Two years have passed, full of so many things; Berlin adventures and a Copenhagen winter, it's kind of surrealistic being back inside the same walls but sort of a different person. Alas, I think it'll be OK these next couple of months before the world is calling again.
Chris gave me the U as a goodbye present - I'm so in love with it and it goes very well with the yellow K-lamp.
The table is a very old one; it was my parents' dining table when they moved to Copenhagen in the beginning of the 80s, and when I was born it was my baby changing table. It's been to France and back twice, and now it's in Aarhus for the second time...
I really love this Berlin map, a reprint of one from 1940. Who knew Ebertstraße was once called Hermann-Göring-Straße?