Bodo, Norway

A friend of mine once introduced me to an acquaintance as “my eccentric friend.”  I have no idea why because I think I am quite normal. Admittedly my view of normal is  broad and open to new possibilities. Maybe that does make me eccentric – who knows but she meant it as a compliment and I took it that way.  On the other hand, while I am perfectly normal, I have lots of eccentric friends out there and you all fill my life with fun, and laughter.  Our little quirks make us who we are, interesting and  unpredictable.  For those who know me professionally please take the content of this blog with a large pinch of salt. It is a hobby and the content is mostly fictional, wildly exaggerated, or subtly understated. Facts are omitted and the narration is wholly unreliable. Since launching it a few years ago I have come to realize that blogging is not my forte! I’m learning – slowly.


  1. allychat

    There’s nothing wrong with being a little eccentric – it means you’re not afraid to explore outside the box – you’re fun and refreshing and I love your stories. Not sure if I’m eccentric though (she says applying her cerise lipstick and sporting that purple hat) lol x

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    • myeccentricfriend

      Oh Ally – you are so eccentric – that’s what made our class in Glasgow such fun – a whole bunch of us together!

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