It's weird how I have completed so many things, planning on updating this blog for so long, and just never taking the time to do it. Here's my attempt at it though. Over the next few days, you will see a few more updates.

-Daniel, December 12, 2012


Sunday, June 29, 2008

HStP #20: Get an Environmentally Friendly Haircut.

HStP? What on earth is this?

At the Midsummer's Eve Celebration, Mirre, one of the attendees, gave me an early birthday gift. She gave me a book called "Uppdraget Rädda Världen" which means something like "Mission Save the World". It's a fun book with 105 things to do, pretty much like these two books, just that every thing in the book is something that (supposedly) helps save the planet!

One of the things in Old and Boring happens to be just that - OaB #26: Help Save the Planet! So I decided that I have to complete the lovely planet saving book to cross off number 26. Another good thing is that many things in the planet book are things also in the OaB book, so I can cross off two at once. Yey!

The first item I completed was number 20, get an environmentally friendly haircut. I usually have a lot of hair wax in my hair, so last Saturday, I gave myself an e-friendly haircut by shaving off my hair at my friend Malin's birthday party!

Here are some pictures:

In a few days I'll add a list with all the 105 things to the left column, under the current two lists.

Friday, June 20, 2008

OaB #73: Have a Sleepover.

I rarely have people over at my place, and I've pretty much never had a sleepover. That's why it might seem weird that I, as early as in January, decided to invite people to a Midsummer's Eve celebration at my house. Of course I've had people over before, like last New Year's Eve, but now I decided to let people stay over the night.

Even though it wasn't even close to the 40-50ish people I had invited, 15 brave souls still attended the celebration, and out of those 15 friends, 8 of them stayed the night, allowing me to cross off yet another item in my book - have a sleepover! Nice, huh?

It wasn't a very traditional celebration as we had planned (I guess because people couldn't bother creating a maypole and dancing around it), but it was still a very nice evening. The attendees were, apart from me; Erica, Per, Caroline, Lisa, Sara, Mirre, Björn, Henrik, who all stayed the night, and Malin, Sabina, Isabelle, Sandra, Ronny, Maria and Jonas who left as darkness approached (and the last commuter rail departed).

To honor them all, I decided to upload some pictures from the day!