4 down, 96 to go

On page seven of the October issue of Geodata’s client magazine, huge picture, almost half a page, photo credits: Vegard Skjefstad.

This means that I’ve completed item #2 in my list of 100 things to do before I die, to get something published in a newspaper or a magazine. It wasn’t exactly the way I had imagined I would complete it, but, hey, it still counts.

Yesterday’s party at Gunnar’s place went according to plan, I got drunk, but it’s been quite a while since I was out drinking, so I had a bad headache when I woke up this morning. To get more practice in being drunk again, I’m going out again tonight. New party, new people, less beer, twice the fun.


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