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My king of sand

My king of sand
Written by Annika Olsson / 29 December, 2018

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That wonderful morning now in Christmas, when when I walked on the beach in Knäbäck. The lovely morning my fine Johnny dog ​​also came along.

It is very rare that my Johnny is allowed to run loose and completely uncoupled in public place. Not at all because he's a dangerous or nasty dog. No, it is almost the opposite - he is extremely affectionate and he also loves people of all his heart.

Johnny is a guard dog in the defense and thus trained to find and tell where there are people. This training has meant that Johnny believes that everyone is equally happy that he comes stormy as the figurants who are on his service dog training. Because I have full understanding that people can be afraid if a big black man is coming against them, I choose with care those times when he can run loose as he wants.

That beautiful morning at Knäbäck didn't see a man. Then we took the chance and both I and Johnny enjoyed for full mugs.

Seeing Johnny take his little pussy "carpet dips" and then trying to dig holes in the sand that was always covered by the salt water from the sea was a lovely feeling. For a while we strolled alongside him and I and just owned the world. But when we approached Stenshuvud, it got leash again. Johnny seemed quite pleased with that as well.

Dog owners, for both small and large fur coats, must show respect I think.

Quote of the day:

Besides our own thoughts, there is nothing that we have full power over.

Have a nice day and hug from me.

Annika

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Gylleboannika Annika Olsson

Hi. Welcome to my blog.
My name is Annika Olsson. I love animals and nature. I live with my husband, our dogs and cats in a wonderful place - Gyllebo in Österlen. I try to enjoy life in all places and gather at those little moments. I love to photograph and tell about big and small in my life, my thoughts from day to day. A lot of nature pictures and photos from my everyday life. One and another wise quotation is often included in my posts. Welcome to me!

It is probably lucky that the fall is coming.

16 September 2019

Hello.

Who had really dared to be dizzy with spring feelings all year long?

Or fulfilled by summer energy all day of the year? After all, they had not been able to do that.

It is probably all good luck that autumn is coming and slowing us down a bit.

Even the animals seem to take it a little calmer now. The cows out in their yard, instead of their slightly eco-friendly spring looks, have now received a somewhat more harmonious shimmer in their fine cow eyes. Their looks are, like, more adultly veiled.

The calves have grown considerably during the summer. As all "gluttons" do when they go green. For sure, you also remember how the pants legs on the kids' jeans had always shrunk a whole decimeter when it was time for the first school day in the fall term. They are always lucky that small calves do not go to school or use jeans for that matter either. Yes, it is probably lucky that the fall is coming.

At home in our garden, all the leaves have fallen off our little rowanberry, and on the roof of the woodshed the flower bulbs bloom as most beautifully.

Autumn usually is a quiet time in my family, but this year there is full activity for us. Things to fix and try. It is good that the autumn comes and creates a little calm. Yes, it's probably all good luck there ...

Quote of the day:

Look deep into nature and you will understand everything better. // Albert Einstein

Feel good and hug from me.

Annika

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Stop growing.

15 September 2019

Hello Hello

So this growing year, there is no stopping how much it is growing right now.

That the sunflowers this year beat all records, I have shown you before. But to my great delight, the difficult-to-flirt angel trumpet has also tightened up.

This spring when I put out the big barrel with the bare sticks in, I blurted out on it. No, I didn't think I would be able to enjoy any angel flowers at all this year.

But then it became so stately.

So it is these sunflowers. Not only are they extremely tall, no some of them have got huge flowers, twice the size of old-fashioned LPs.

Next year I'll take a break from the sunflower cultivation. Although it can of course be sunflowers even without my participation. There is, after all, evidence of being outside the small pond. There, the birds have their own little sunflower cultivation.

Quote of the day:

Strength does not come from what you can handle. It comes from what you didn't think you would do.

Big hug from me.

Annika

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Autumn is so beautiful.

14 September 2019

Hello.

Autumn is so beautiful I think.

Certainly, the darkness sneaks on and certainly every day becomes a bit colder. But no seasons are as beautiful as autumn.

Nature is getting ready for a much needed rest. I myself am full of energy and feel summer strong and moody.

The scents in the forest make me almost high. Slightly drunk, I enjoy every autumnal breath. Yes, almost as if I happened to eat some of the wrong kind of mushrooms.

The garden has grown up and become as independent as a teenage child. Little support in life, so that everything does not go overpowered. Yes, that's all that's needed now, before the leaves fall.

Autumn is so beautiful I think.

Quote of the day:

Take a day when you decide not to whine or complain about anything? Feel how it feels.

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Just plain water.

13 September 2019

Hello.

That lovely evening when we were surprised by the rain, it was just fabulously beautiful.

After all, we had only come down to the beach at Knäbäckshusen when we were surprised by a heavy rain.

Away over Stenshuvud, a small streak of the sun gleamed through the clouds. As a result, a beautiful rainbow appeared over the sea.

Over the national park it cleared up more and more and the sky turned blue again.

Over the sea, there were now two parallel rainbows that seemed to disappear into the depths.

As we approached the National Park, the rain had stopped and I was able to fold down the Kapuschong again. Johnny rushed the water out of the coat and took the opportunity to quench the thirst in the little stream that ran into the sea.

At the Krivareboden, the rays of the sun had once again started to look ahead and warmed us well.

Autumn was reminiscent of a bush's beautiful red-changing color.

On the way back to Knäbäck, the clouds formed fantastic creations in the sky.

Maybe it was one of the more beautiful evenings at this beach on Österlen…

I was so happy that my old fine Johnny dog ​​had a good day with his bad leg, and was able to come with me this evening.

When I turned back towards Gyllebo again, the clouds had begun to adopt a loving pink tone. I felt grateful for life.

Quote of the day:

Clouds and humans mostly consist of water and often represent something they are not.

A wonderful quote that I saw on a friend's Facebook page. So true about plain water. Thank you Tina for conveying this beautiful quote ♥

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Our time.

12 September 2019

Hello.

Autumn, it's a wonderful time. It's here now.

I always enjoy this time of year when the first autumn scent is felt in the air. I really enjoy this year.

My beloved fine Johnny dog ​​has a malignant cancerous tumor in the hind leg. For every morning round he can keep up with, I am overjoyed.

Last week we walked as often as one lap around Lake Gyllebosjön.

As usual, I kept a close eye on Johnny and his way of going. For the first time, I could imagine that maybe he was limping a little and went a little stiffer. We paused often.

The small dogs were full of their…

I enjoyed nature's own artwork.

One fall is not the other like, and I am painfully aware that next year may look completely different ...

For the first time Johnny showed clear signs of pain in his leg. As she wrote, my veterinary daughter, Histiocytic sarcoma is no child's play…

But now is now, and we do every day as well as we can.

Quote of the day:

Sometimes someone comes into your life and gives you the feeling that you are HOME, wherever you are.

Have a really nice day.

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Behind the clouds the sky is always blue.

11 September 2019

Hello.

Yes, that phrase "that the sky is always blue behind the clouds", it became so clear that night when Johnny and my dog ​​walked the Knäbäckshusen beach.

When I drove away from home, a happy sun beamed over Gyllebo. But already in Rarar the clouds became sealed.

Over Rörum's church and over Mandelmann's small lonely tree, the thick, gray clouds towered menacingly.

-we can handle us dry-shod, I thought to myself, as I walked down the hill towards the sea ...

But I got…

We had nothing more than to get down on the beach until a heavy rain was upon us. The colors faded and the view over Vik became quite foggy. So beautiful in its own little way. I pulled the hoodie over my head while Johnny seemed to enjoy full mugs.

In the wet sand jumped a small poor injured swallow. For a moment I thought about how I could make its suffering short ... But no, I simply couldn't take the life of the poor animal.

Little sadly we walked on in the lukewarm rain. In the sky, a faint rainbow had begun to appear.

Arriving at the mouth of Rörumsbäcken, the rain began to slow down slightly. Johnny panted on by my side, happy to have another little tour.

Quote of the day:

All tears are not sad, and all smiles are not happy.

But a smile can never ever hurt.

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My red hibiscus.

10 September 2019

Hello.

I have a red hibiscus that I got from my weird godmother. This year, it is breaking all records.

It grows lushly away at my little orange. In a year or so, I might have to google cropping ... if it doesn't get too big.

It is lovely and full of buds!

It is not only in my garden that it grows and thrives. In the past, I was able to take a look at Gyllebo's little horse jump track when I went on my morning walks. It is no longer possible. Now both the bookcase has grown thick and strong and the book hedge inside the fence has become high and dense. Now you can only imagine that there are horses there, when you hear them frozen with delight.

Opposite the bathing place you can also talk about plant power. Imagine how much the small corn barley grows in just one summer.

I wonder if anyone has poured extra nutrition into the water here in Gyllebo… because then it may not be so strange that my own waist size has increased a little over the summer.

No, I'm not worried about a kilo up or down. It should be good to live.

Quote of the day:

I have a perfect body! I just fit in it!

In my youth, I worried too much about what my body looked like. Life has taught me to care about how the body feels.

Well done dear.

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The last drops of summer.

9 September 2019

Hello.

After supper, I took my bike on a little ride. Down by the lake I stopped for a while. It is clearly visible how the darkness is creeping, earlier and earlier for each evening.

The youth of the area took the opportunity to suck the last drops of this year's summer this fine evening.

The beautiful girls may have taken the last dip of the summer from the dock. A little away the tame duck family sat and made their feathers beautiful.

It was splashed both by thugs and by ducks in the lukewarm water. The evening felt almost magical.

Then they caught sight of me, and came rocking against me ... the ends thus ... eager for biscuits and other sweets.

When I got home, it was inviting in the little guest house. I thought for a while about my daughter far away in Alabama. It always hit my heart ... It takes a long time for her to come home again, but as soon as time goes on, it probably just says "Phåffff" then she is home again.

Her cat, Felix, often sits on the veranda and even looks at the little guesthouse. He probably longs too ... We make sure "her house" is ready whenever she pleases to come home.

Quote of the day:

Some people want a big classy villa, an expensive nice car and lots of money. Others just want a little cabin in the woods far away from these people.

We are all different. With different goals and dreams. For me, it fits best with a small house in Gyllebo on Österlen.

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Eastern Lending in the big city.

8 September 2019

Hello.

Last weekend me and my dear friend waved goodbye to our Österlen and steered the cuddle to our beautiful capital, Stockholm.

With the bags packed with almost only running clothes, we jumped on the train in Simrishamn. We were ready to take care of our capital and 2019 years edition of the girl mile.

We checked in at my favorite hotel Frey. A hotel that deserves to get its own little blog post later.

"Yes, yes ... yes, we are not so inexperienced," Petra said to a slightly snotty man, who kindly showed us how to make the elevator move, as we were going up to our hotel room.

He looked at us a little big-eyed, and probably didn't understand a word of what we, two happy sconces, were really babbling about. But up we came and could install ourselves in our room.

After walking many kilometers in a lovely Stockholm weather, we were finally ready for this year's girl mile.

Maybe it was the hottest and sultry day of the year? It was so hot that we had to load for a while in the shade of a tree. There under the tree we met an experienced lady. We chatted with her for a while and could soon understand that she was a used runner for many years. But that day, she had only come to cheer on a friend, she said.

The starting shot went and it became a heavy mile for me out on Gärdet. Maybe it was the suites after my cold, the "sciatica" in my legs or it was simply the heat that made it somewhat more difficult than usual. Suddenly I heard a voice in the audience ... "Hello number 14568, hello Österlen" .... And think what some peppy words can make a big difference! Thank you unknown woman who gave me some extra strength.

Both me and Petra got to the finish, cruelly satisfied with both of us ourselves.

The next day we jumped on the train again and rushed back down to Skåne and to our dear Österlen.

Nothing is as wonderful as "cum heaven" ... "heaven in Österlen again!

Quote of the day:

Life begins where your safety zone ends.

For us, more running training awaits before the next dreamy goal will be fulfilled ... If you dare not test then you can never succeed.

Have them nice and hug.

Annika

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We are here again.

7 September 2019

Hello.

It's September and the summer is starting to slow down in the fall. This means that finally I and the dogs can go to the beach together again.

It is so wonderful to take a morning or evening stroll with the wind swirling around your ears and the sound of scales.

To slowly roam on a deserted beach and just enjoy it, it likes both me and my four-foot gang.

In the magazine I could read that a whole lot of garbage has been collected after the summer visitors, on just this nasty little beach strip. I can't understand ... Who forgets to take the garbage home? Feel the bubble so bad.

Even at Gyllebobadet it has been sad with all the garbage this summer. It's really boring.

We should all think a little less about what rights we have and instead focus on our obligations.

Quote of the day:

You have no obligation to be everyone else at all times. Stop and do what's best for you too.

Fixed the obligation to show consideration, you always have it. Some would need to be reminded of that ... a little more hard-hitting, I think!

Hug Annika

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