Shadow of Subconsciousness

Friday, 21 July 2017

Strawberries and laughter


3 liters of strawberries, brownies, ice-cream, good food, movies (including Spirit!), geocaches, little bit of shopping in the city, warmth and rain, lots of laughter, YouTube, TV, cozy atmosphere and my dear big sister Sari. That's what my last sunday-wednesday was made of. Miss you already.


Saturday, 15 July 2017

"Why do you love writing?"

Almost all of us know how to communicate through talking or writing. Imagine art form which always walks hand in hand with you no matter where you go - so many have access to it, yet many don't even really see it. It's like an invisible art, melody which only some people have the skill of seeing naturally, and some seek to discover the paths to dive into it as well. It's in the atmosphere all the time, none of us can really escape it. Not that it harms anyone, really. I think it's quite peaceful as it is, but it indeed can be used in such a powerful ways. Single tones and chances of letters can mean so much; you can make it sound like a soft wave that's passing by, which makes you smile like you haven't ever smiled before, or like storming tidal wave with a thing that feels like an apocalypse riding on top of it. You name it, this art as any other has the variety. But it's true that it's been rumored that this art form even has thousands of languages to begin the symphony with.

What do you see, when you see letters?



tiny glimpse of my thoughts from wednesday-thursday night.

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Helsinki Pride 2017



Last week's saturday was something special; I went to my 2nd (Helsinki) Pride event, but this was the first time I went as openly non-binary. Even wearing the nb flag around my shoulders (as far as I'm aware I was the only one with that flag)! This year was also the first year that the pride parade was streamed, which was really nice. I even found myself surprised by how many trans flags there were, it seems that people actually and even openly care about the trans law now (which warms my heart).

I was at the Pride with my little sister Nao, who I hadn't seen for ages. It was really nice to do some catching up and see that we still found ourselves laughing like we did at the old times. Overall had a really lovely day.