I am feeling so stressed sometimes when I don't have time to write here, because I really want to publish things all the time. But there is so many other things that I have to do. Today, I pondered if I should just tell you guys that, "I am sorry, but I won't continue writing here, at least not as often as I used to." But I don't feel like doing that either. I want to continue writing, but maybe accept that I will not have as much time to write anymore. Maybe I just have to accept that only one or two things will be written daily. But maybe I should write these two things with all my love for cycling.
I have followed Paris-Nice and Tirreno-Adriatico in the last couple of days, and I have really enjoyed it. Every night, I check the results to see how things have been going, to make sure that Sergey Lagutin or anybody else are not injured.
The thing is, right now I work, I swim, I walk a lot, eat five-six times per day, and I write my novel. There isn't much time to write other things, but I don't want to leave this place just yet. I will never make a living from this blog, but I can at least share everything to the few people who read this.
Because, since I moved to Estonia, I have lost massive lots of readers and I have also lost some of my motivation because I didn't feel it was so much fun to write for two readers per day anymore.
Soon, I will travel back to Sweden for a few days, and I will see what will happen then when I have more time.
This is my family's collection of tree horses and tree roosters. Most of the horses are so called Dalecarlian horse, originating in the Swedish province of Dalarna. The roosters come from the same area. The grey horse comes from the city Rättvik, but those horses don't have as old history as the Dalecarlian horse. So why does I mention this? Just to teach you some Swedish history and culture? No, actually not. I just received a news letter from our Swedish astronaut Christer Fuglesang, who will travel to space for his second time in a couple of weeks, and he is preparing himself for that trip. One of the things he will bring to the International Space Station (ISS) is a Dalecarlian horse (a red Dalecarlian horse), so finally one of the symbols of Sweden will travel to space.