Well, hello there!
I am a pinup from Norway. I spend most of my time freezing (because it is very cold here) and wishing I could wear a hula skirt every single day of the year. For a living I work as a shop assistant at a paint shop, and I’m a painter (although «retired»). I work part-time as I am currently studying Preservation of Cultural Heritage at NTNU. I live with my husband in a house filled with ’50s treasures and our adopted senior cat.
I’m all about enjoying the good things in life and not waste any time worrying what others might think of me. You only live once – make the best of it! This I have to come to after struggling a lot with mental illness. I’ve been so far down I never thought I’d get up, and being through that has really opened my eyes about what really matters in life. Even though I appreciate it, likes and followers is not what I aim for. Its love, compassion and support of all the shapes and forms us humans come in. Not only physical, but also mentally. I stand for no bullying, body positivism and respect and acceptance for differences.
I love to go roller skate with my friends, cruise around in my old Edsel during summer, and wishing some things still was like they were in the 50s. Please note I said SOME things;-)
I founded the Pinup Norway network in an attempt to gather pinups in Norway, because Norway is a long and narrow country and we live far apart. Not everyone lives close to a big city and being interested in pinup sometimes can be a little too different for people to understand here. So the network is for all of us to connect, make new friends and share the love of pinup! Every year we crown our Miss Pinup Norway during a weekend filled with fun, making new memories and working for a good cause. I’m also one of the founders of Bad Boys Cruisers Car Club that was founded back in 2009.
Lots of love,