HUMILIATING

Oh my god!! I made SUCH an ass out of myself yesterday. I was on this really busy street with LOTS of people. I passed a homeless guy who had a bag for donations. I thought that since the only function the American coins have is confusing me, he could have all of them. I grabbed every single coin from my wallet, and gave it to him. When they were on their way down to his bag, I suddenly saw something that definitely wasn’t a coin. It was my Norwegian sim card!! I just bought a new sim card here in stead of buying a new phone, so the one that’s not in my phone, is in my wallet. So in front of ALL the people, I had to explain to the homeless guy that I needed it back. He of course thought I meant the money, and started running away from me. I ran after him. To make the story short; I got my sim card back, but my dignity is somewhat shattered.

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Win a trip to New York

I just wanted to tip you guys in Norway on an amazing project the Norwegian Seamen’s Church have going. Wednesday September 15th, they’re going to hand out waffles all over the world. How awesome is that? “>Ulrikke is going to hand out waffles at Torgallmenningen in Bergen. You can sign up here if you want to join her, or do it somewhere else in the country/world. You’re going to do a great deed, score a few points with the man upstairs, and you can even win a trip for two to New York. So what are you waiting for? : )

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Funny lunch

So I was on the diner around the corner earlier to get some lunch. When I sat there eating my mexican salad, I noticed the lady sitting besides me..

I was like.. Uhh, are you drawing me? :S And indeed she was. She asked me if she could move over to my table to draw me properly..

Can you se the resemblance?

So what do you guys think? Does it look like me?

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The dilemmas of a NY fashionista

I’m faced with a tough problem. Friday is Fashion’s Night Out here in NYC, and EVERYONE in the celebrity world is here. Problem is; they’re all on different locations. You can’t possible meet everyone. You need to prioritize. Victoria Beckham, Kelly Rutherford and Nicole Richie is gonna be at Bergdorf Goodman, Adriana Lima and Doutzen Kroes will be at the Victoria’s Secret store in Soho , Olivia Palermo will be at Bendel’s.. And the list goes on. Who said living life in NYC was easy?!?!

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My manicure

As I told you yesterday, I just got a manicure. I decided to go with red, and I just love the color, so I thought I’d tip you guys on which nail polish she used. It was from Essie, and the color was called Jelly Apple. It’s a fresh and fun contrast to all the black, grey and “boring” colors that fall fashion brings.

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English vs. Norwegian

When I started this blog I decided to go with English, but I think all my readers are Norwegian. Do you want me to switch over to writing Norwegian? Or do I have American readers who just never comment? Hope you all are having a wonderful day <3

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Amazing day!

Today was such an amazing day. It started out with getting a manicure in the Meatpacking District, then a lunch and shopping with the lovely Ulrikke, and then I hurried off to Brooklyn to meet a friend to catch the sunset over Manhattan from his rooftop terrace. After that we went to a bar in Williamsburg which was soo cosy, followed by some food and a walk over the Brooklyn Bridge which I really recommend doing by night. It was awesome. Life in New York is absolutely fabulous! I’ll show you all the pictures in the morning, right now I’m a little tipsy quite frankly, and need to sleep it off.

One of the pictures I took today. Beautiful New York <3

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Perfect day

Last night I attended a barbecue hosted by the Norwegian Seamen’s Lutheran Church, which was so nice. The barbecue was for young Norwegians living in New York, and I met lots of nice people there : ) So glad I went! Soon I’m off to a lunch and shopping with Ulrikke who I met at the barbecue, and tonight I’m gonna meet up with a few others I met for a walk in Brooklyn : ) Perfect day. Hope you all are having a good one <3

Dress: Bik bok Bag: Mango, Belt: Gift from Tonje (thanks<3) and watch: Guess

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