I'm a stroke survivor. In 2006 an aneurysm ruptured inside my brain causing a subarachnoid hemorrhage, I was hospitalized for 3 months in Turku university hospital. During that time I was operated 5 times.
Considering that I'm pretty proud of my photographs!
Current Residence: Pori Finland Operating System: OS X Personal Quote: "Impressive... most impressive."
Favourite Visual Artist
Fanny Churberg, Soile Yli-Mäyry, Max Ernst, Mark Rothko
My goal was to read 100 books before May 15th 2020, but I met that goal last year so this and upcoming journals are just bonus ones. It took time until I got this journal published. :D
141. Italo Calvino: Koko kosmokomiikka (Italian original Le cosmicomiche, in English The Complete Cosmicomics. Collection of shorts stories that are build around scientific fact. This collection had all the short stories but my opinion is that the funniest are the 12 first.)
142. Kata Kärkkäinen: Minä ja Morrison (Not translated to any other language, today Kata Kärkkäinen is known as Katariina Souri. She was the Playboy's Playmate
Here's what I read on the February, this could be said that this was a Month of Harry Potter. :D
I have only one novel to read, I must admit that I got a little tired of his story. Too much in too little time and after the first three novels the story gets a darker tone.
And I forgot to mark the dates. :D
129. Maja Lunde: Mehiläisten historia (Norwegian original Bienes historie, English The History of Bees. Three different stories in time, past, present and future. What might happen if the bees disappear.)
130. J. K. Rowling: Harry Potter and Chamber of Secrets (No need to explain this. :D)
131. Ildefonso Falcones: Fatiman k
My goal was to read 100 books before May 15th 2020, but I met that goal last year so this and upcoming journals are just bonus ones. :D
112. 3.1.2020 Aarni Krohn: 30.11.1939 Talvisodan ensimmäiset tunnit (I am sure that this isn't translated to any other language, a book about the first 24 hours of Winter war in 1939. It had collection of true stories.)
113. 4.1.2020 James J. Haggerty: Apollo: Lunar Landing (This was a book about Apollo program, published in 1969 right after the Apollo 11. It gave a flawless picture about the program, there wasn't for example a mention about the pogo oscillation problem that they had and which they