Sunday, July 31, 2011

Show my butt to you...

Good day (well, here in Sweden, it is evening).
I'm on a little road trip through Sweden to visit greet old friends. Tomorrow we go to Eskilstuna zoo with families and lots of little ones :-)It is gonna be so fun to do something together again.

On Tuesday I think that I will go to Stockholm and watch Dia Psalma on GrönaLund. That will be nostalgic <3

I got this photo in my mail. Hope you like it...
..or I show my butt...

Photo: Andreas Andersson, 2011
Monday, July 25, 2011


Jörgen Storm called me and asked if I want to do a session where I was dirty and broken. I love to act and saw this session as a major challenge.


Male violence against women includes all forms of physical, psychological and sexual violence. It occurs in all social classes and in all age groups. There is no particular women who suffer and you cannot see in advance which men are perpetrators. The violence can be practiced by someone close to the woman but also by acquaintances or strangers .

If you have a friend who you think is victim of violence, woman, man or child. Do not hesitate to help. Always listen to your heart...

Photo: Jörgen Storm, 2011
Session: Dirty
Model & Graphics: Anunnaki

Sunday, July 24, 2011

Camp SG in MR

Photo: Dik Andersson, 2011
Set: Camp SG, at Suicide Girls
My new set Camp SG is now in MR at Suicide girls. Please give it your loving vote.
Saturday, July 23, 2011

My thoughts go to Norway

My thoughts go to those victims and there family´s in Norway.

A suspected right-wing Christian gunman in police uniform killed at least 84 people in a ferocious attack on a youth summer camp of Norway's ruling Labor party, hours after a bomb killed seven in Oslo.

Witnesses said the gunman, identified by police as a 32-year-old Norwegian, moved across the small, wooded Utoeya holiday island on Friday firing at random as young people scattered in fear.

Police detained the tall, blond suspect, named by local media as Anders Behring Breivik, and charged him for the island killing spree and the Oslo bomb blast.

Read the article at Reuters
Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Today´s photoshoot

Today when I woke up I had a nice message on my Facebook. It was from Andreas Andersson and he wondered if I wanted to come over to Värnamo and have a photo shoot today. YEY!!! Of course, I would love to come...
I didn't have any plans so i jumped in to my car and drove over. he pictures were great, but I wish that my body had looked better. Time to throw this away and get a new one with better looking boobs...

Photo:Andreas Andersson, 2011
Session: White goddess
Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Help us choose

Please help me and Jörgen Storm choose which of the edits that we should choose.
It is from our session Sméagol that we shot in June.

Warm brown



Monday, July 18, 2011

When you are pleasantly surprised

Today the weather forecast to be awful. In all the newspapers and weather programs, they said that it will rain for 10 days. So when I woke up and saw that the clouds 'only' were heavy and dark, I thought it was probably best to take a run in the woods before the rain comes pouring down. While the day has gone the weather has just gotten better and better and I just got back home from my second trip hiking.
This is how summer should be. Pleasantly surprising and a wonderful shining sun.

I didn't find a fun bikini/summer pic. So i Put this up again ;-P

Photo: Alf Andersen, 2011
Session: Pink
Sunday, July 17, 2011


Today i have started a new account at google+. So come and say hi :)

I got this pretty photo in my mail today.

Photo: Andreas Andersson, 2011
Saturday, July 16, 2011


I have been on a mini vacation in Stockholm this week. I stayed at the Scandic Hotel Foresta, Lidingö. In the tower was the suite and it was a wonderful view over the city.

I love to sit on the balcony and look out over the city. All people looks like busy ants. This is from the first evening when i arrived.

My glass is empty :-(

While I was in Stockholm I took the opportunity to go to some museums and exhibitions that was both exciting and fun.

This is outside The National Museum of Science and Technology.

This is me and my clones.

So many great places that i wish i could make a photo shot at ;-P

At NASA's exhibition- A Human Adventure. I really think you should go if you get the opportunity.

This is at The Swedish Museum of Natural History were I look at the exhibition on dinosaurs (and get eaten by a giant sea dino). I also saw the movie Flying Monsters 3D

The exhibition about the human body was really fun. They had fun experiments you could do, but because the exhibition was for kids, people looked strange when I jumped around and played :-) (well I had a great time in there;)

If I kiss the toad, maybe he becomes a prince.

Try not judge too much ... This is before morning coffee. I'm not fond of early mornings. I'm trying to slowly come to life before I was away on a shopping trip in the Old town and Drottninggatan (Queen Street).

That was my little mini vacation to Stockholm...

Monday, July 11, 2011

New date

My new set on Suicide girls "Camp SG" has a new date in the member review and are now queued for July 23- 2011
Please dont forget to give it some LOVE...

Photo: Dick Andersson, 2011
Set: Camp SG, (suicidegirls)
Model & PS: Anunnaki
Saturday, July 9, 2011

Tell me people, am I going insane?

But now i finally know why i have this pain...

I had pain for a long time and no doctor have listen to me for 3 years. This week I met a doctor at Gottfries clinic in Gothenburg after that i called them and arranged an own referral to the clinic. The doctor noted then that I had fibromyalgia, which I have suspect for many years. I´m so happy to finally find someone that confirms my suspicions.

Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition that causes intense pain all over the body, as well as a host of other symptoms. Doctors classify fibromyalgia as a syndrome, which means it has a group of signs, symptoms and characteristics that occur together.
Experts are investigating a new blood test that may be able to detect fibromyalgia in up to 50% of sufferers. While this may be available to some patients, others still will have no definitive medical evidence that they're sick.
To make a diagnosis, doctors usually rely on signs and symptoms alone. Complicating the matter, symptoms vary widely from person to person and often, as do their intensity. People with fibromyalgia frequently hurt all over and feel exhausted all the time. Those symptoms often force you to seriously limit your physical activity. It's also common to have problems concentrating and remembering things. A lot of people with fibromyalgia have symptoms so severe that they have to quit or modify their jobs. Because fibromyalgia is frequently misunderstood, family, friends, co-workers and even medical providers may not believe the person is actually sick. A proper diagnosis often takes months.

No simple blood test or X-ray can tell you if you have fibromyalgia. The diagnosis is made solely by taking a history and doing a physical exam. Your doctor may still want to do blood tests or X-rays to rule out illnesses that mimic fibromyalgia.

According to the American College of Rheumatology, before the diagnosis of fibromyalgia can be made, the muscle pain must be present for longer than three months. Also, pain must occur at specific sites on the body called tender points. There are 18 of these sensitive spots. Most are located on the neck and back.

Your doctor makes the diagnosis by applying mild pressure to the tender points. If discomfort occurs at 11 or more of these points, then the physical exam is positive for fibromyalgia.

Adding to these considerable frustrations, it can be difficult or impossible to qualify for Social Security Disability benefits. That's in large part because it used to be commonplace for doctors to mislabel any chronic pain of unknown origin as fibromyalgia, and the diagnosis is still misused somewhat today. Keep in mind that the signs and symptoms vary widely from one person to another. Some people have only a few, while others have many. The intensity of symptoms is different in everyone as well, ranging from mildly annoying to highly debilitating.
Common fibromyalgia symptoms include:

Widespread pain
Morning stiffness
Unrefreshing sleep
Cognitive or memory impairment ("fibro fog")
Abdominal complaints, including irritable bowel syndrome

Frequently, people with undiagnosed fibromyalgia don't realize that a host of secondary symptoms are related to the pain, fatigue and other primary symptoms. Keeping a detailed list of symptoms can help your doctor make a diagnosis.

Additional fibromyalgia symptoms include:

Painful menstrual cramps
Vision problems
Nausea and dizziness
Weight gain
Chronic headaches
Skin, hair and nail problems
Muscle twitches and feelings of weakness

These lists include the most common symptoms.

Fibromyalgia Treatment

While a lot of fibromyalgia treatments are available, you'll likely need to experiment with different options before you find what works best for you.

Fibromyalgia treatment options include:

Prescription drugs
Complementary/alternative treatments, including massage and physical therapy, chiropractic, and acupuncture
Vitamins and supplements
Moderate exercise, but only if done correctly
Lifestyle changes, including diet, stress management, and pacing

Every case of fibromyalgia is different, and no treatment works for everyone. You'll probably need to work closely with your doctor to custom tailor a treatment regimen that helps you become more functional. Many people benefit from a multidisciplinary approach, which involves several healthcare providers.

Fibromyalgia & Overlapping Conditions

As if all this weren't enough, several other conditions frequently go along with fibromyalgia. Researchers aren't sure whether one condition leads to another or whether they have related underlying causes. Becoming familiar with the symptoms of these disorders can help you determine whether you have more than one.

Overlapping conditions include:

Chronic fatigue syndrome
Irritable bowel syndrome
Temporomandibular joint syndrome (TMJ)
Multiple chemical sensitivity
Myofascial pain syndrome
Restless legs syndrome
Costochondritis (chest pain)

Fibromyalgia History

Doctors coined the term fibromyalgia (fibro = fibrous tissue, my = meaning muscle, algia = pain) in 1976, but it wasn't until 1990 that the American College of Rheumatology developed diagnostic criteria. While muscle pain is the primary symptom, research found that nothing is wrong with the muscles themselves. For a time, researchers thought it could be an autoimmune disease, such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis. Now it's widely believed in the medical community that a malfunction of the central nervous system (called central sensitization) causes fibromyalgia, leading to new research into treatments and new hope that fibromyalgia will be not only more treatable, but perhaps even curable. To date, three drugs -- Lyrica (pregabalin), Cymbalta (duloxetine), and Savella (milnacipran) -- are FDA approved for treating fibromyalgia, but many other drugs are prescribed off label.

Mesh Gown

Yesterday I was in Gothenburg and was at the filming on movie Cockpit again. To get there in time i had to get up at 03.30am :-S I felt sick drunk all day because i didnt get more than just a few hours sleep.
Once I got there the others had not all arrived and I had to wait a while before we got hold of everyone. I hate when people say they will come and then they dont give a shit in it because it is not convenient for them. How convenient is it to sit and wait for people???
After we finished around 16.30fm it was the traffic jams from hell to get out from Gothenburg. Hurray what fun. Luckily they've Bandit rock on the radio so I could get some great music in the car while i was waiting and waiting...
Once I got home I was so tired that I felt that cooking was not an option. Went and bought the pizza, put on my "night suit" and threw myself on the couch watching TV.

Photo: Alf Andersen, 2011
Session: Mesh Gown
Thursday, July 7, 2011


Yesterday I was at Liseberg for 12 hours. I feel sore all over today. But it was great fun. I even rode a few rides on the carousels (usually I dont do that because it might give me some more pain), but felt it was clearly worth it :-)

Here I sit next to my cell mate from prison Liseberg.
Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Peace and Love festival 2011, post 2

I ran around like a maniac on the festival to catch a look on as much as possible. Here are some of the bands I saw on Saturday.

The great Mimikry.





Hoolabandoolaband preforms with a great message.


Radioaktiva räker

Bad Religion

Bob Geldof. One of the people that has inspired me to work as a concert organizer.

Jesse Jackson

I found Billion Dollar Babies on a stage inside.

Journey, I love this band when i was a teen.

After all this nice music i went backstage and drank some cider and was a good girl ;-P


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