I finished Stephen King’s The Dead Zone yesterday. I’ve searched most of the rooms in the house, but couldn’t really find anything new to read. And ofcourse, on a sunday, the library had to be closed. I believe Thursday is the first time it’s opened on a convenient time for me. So I turned to the classics for some re-reading. Considered Dune for a moment, but settled on The Mists of Avalon by Marion Zimmer Bradley. One of my all time favourites. The only disadvantage is it’s weight. It’s murder in public transport. But I’ll manage.

Be patient

I’m working on a new idea for this site. But even though I’ve got tons floating around in my brain, nothing real seems to come out. It’ll take some time.


Happy birthday to me! Just realised this site is six years old this month, as I uploaded the very first version in November of 1996.


Amsterdam was great. First we went to the Albert Cuyp market, took the tram to the Waterlooplein and then walked through the centre untill we ended up back at the trainstation. Unbelievable that one exhausting day can be summed up in one sentence. I bought more then I intended to, but that’s okay. Ended up with two comfy vests and three longsleeves. Also a beautiful pair of silver earrings, with deepred stones. And, much to my surprise, the new Opeth, called Deliverance! It was supposed to be released on November 4th, so I’m glad I asked the guy at the shop for it. I also purchased 2 Fields of the Nephilim albums, Revelations and Elizium. I also tried on a number of shoes, but there were none I liked. Why is every shop offering the same sort of things? Where is the originality?