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I'm not lost, I just don't know where I'm going.
But I'm determined to enjoy the journey.
more life, and BEER. 
16th-Mar-2009 23:06
Self greenhair

Forgot to add in the last post..

I saw my doctor on Friday (the 13th), talked lots, finally submitted my application for disability pension (filled out the night in advance, at last, and it wasn't so hard when I did it section by section, leaving the hard stuff for last). The (school) bus ride to Eivindvik was tortuous. My doctor and I both agreed I should take a taxi back home, so I got to do that for just the co-pay of 125 kroner. (Normal price is ~500). Doctor and I also discussed my psychiatric treatment (and lack thereof). I want to do group therapy again, but I'm going to have to travel kind of far for that. Either Førde or Knarvik. We also talked a lot about how the state of my home (clutter, etc) is negatively affecting me, and the possibility of getting help with that. I'm now having a psychiatric nurse come over to my place on Wednesday. Going to have to refresh the litterbox and wash the bathroom sink first; those two are the main embarrassing factors. Did a fair amount of housework today, more tomorrow.

In knitting, I'm working on a cell phone pouch for my grandmother. I think it's turning out a bit too big, but if I stretch it just a little bit I can fit my Nintendo DS lite in it. I should finish it tomorrow or so.

And beer.. on my great shopping day in Oslo, I stopped by Ultra, a grocery store known for its huge selection (why don't we have any in the Bergen area?!), and found this beer I just couldn't resist.



"iki is japanese for life. iki refreshes. green tea not only gives iki its body, it also enriches iki with high levels of natural antioxidants. yuzu fruit gives iki its citrus fragrance. enjoy iki - enjoy life."

A beer with green tea!!

No, I haven't tried it yet. Will report when I do.
16th-Mar-2009 22:46 (UTC)
Darn, looks like it's not available in Japan itself, as I'm heading back there in May. :P I normally can't drink beer, but that actually sounds nice!
16th-Mar-2009 22:54 (UTC)
yeah, it's brewed in Belgium for a Dutch company apparently. But still! A beer with my name on it! (though I wrote it 息 instead of 生)
17th-Mar-2009 00:06 (UTC)
Hehe... I'm still amazed at Asahi Kuroi.. a BLACK beer. Not Stout like Guinness, but a lager beer that is actually black. Freaky really. :)
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