Norway here we come!

While finishing off packing on Sunday evening… I was already dreaming about Norwegian scenery…then had a sudden moment of panic:

1. Norway is 2,000 km north…it’s summer…this means one thing: loads of light till very late and early in the morning

2. Shutters are virtually non-existant

3. Like a real princess (joke intended ;o) I need a dark room for my beauty sleep

So the Princess tried to get her act back together…and had a light bulb moment In Stitches…Amy Butler

SLEEPING MASK…YES!

Mentre finivo di fare la valigia domenica sera e sognavo gia’ il paesaggio norvegese…ho avuto un momento d’improvviso panico:

1. Norway e’ a 2000 km al nord…e’ estate…vuol dire solo una cosa: tantissima luce fino a tardi la sera e presto la mattina.

2. Non ci sono le tapparelle

3. Da vera principessa (ironico!) ho bisogno del buio pesto per dormire.

Quindi la Principessa ha cercato di razionalizzare la cosa e riflettere…Eureka! In Stitches…Amy Butler

UNA MASCHERINA PER GLI OCCHI…MA CERTO!

A look through my stash and all the materials were there before my eyes: Cloud 9 organic cotton, upcycled man’s shirt, towel scrap and some elastic

A couple of hours later (I am that slow!) my sleeping masks were ready.

In pochi minuti avevo gia’ tutto il necessario davanti ai miei occhi: cotone biologico Cloud 9, una camicia da uomo recuperata, un ritaglio di spugna e dell’elastico.

Isn’t sewing a life-saver?

Now my short vacation can officially begin.

Il cucito a volte ti salva la vita, no?

Ora la mia breve vacanza puo’ cominciare!

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4 thoughts on “Norway here we come!

  1. Have a nice trip in Norway! I lived there (in Tromso, on the north) for a year and I am dreaming of going back. I am sure you will love it, it’s so beautiful.
    Bye

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  2. Sewing IS a life-saver, heh! Have a wonderful trip! I’m jealous (: We visited my husband’s cousins in Oslo and in the countryside about 12 years ago. I can’t believe it’s been that long.

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  3. Aprovecha tu viaja, disfruta mucho y descansa como una princesa!!! Me han gustado mucho las máscaras, nunca he usado ninguna, pero a mi también me fastidia mucho la luz para dormir, aunque este verano me he acostumbrado. Con lo caluroso que ha sido, he tenido que dormir con la ventana entre abierta muchas veces.

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