Life in a Square | September

It’s time for some photos again 😊 I have to admit, I haven’t taken many this month. If I thought I was living in a daze last month, it’s nothing compared to this.

My mother-in-law passed away on the sixth, on my husband’s birthday. And the result we awaited concerning my mother’s tumour… It’s liver cancer, inoperable and incurable. She’s just spent a week in the hospital with a bleeding ulcer and any plans for chemo have been postponed.

My mother is sixty-three.

Let’s focus on something else, shall we? The seasons are turning, and there is quite a difference in the colours by the river if we compare the beginning of the month to those more towards the end.

river beginning


We’ll see what’s left of the leaves next month 😊

It’s not only by the river the colours are changing. The routes we’ve gone all summer that’s been filled with blueberries and lingonberries are now filled with spiderwebs instead.


And with darker, colder days come more time spent on the couch. A few of the family members have this slouching thing down pat.


And there is always someone who’s gonna show off and fly up on the roof. Meet Silvio, my pretty cockerel. I think he can grow into a majestic rooster one day. He’s a crossbreed of a lot of things, but I think he’s beautiful.


Not all is dark in the world. In the middle of all despair, we got to rejoice a little. This adorable creature was born on the 16th, and she made me an aunt for the 6th time 😍



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