Lizel Strömberg

Oscar Zia performing at the Potatofestival!
 
The other week, I went to Alingsås with my friend Linnea. There was this festival in town and we went around to see the market there, but the main reason why we went to Alingsås was to see Oscar Zia and Jens Hult (which I'm going to write about in another blog post).
 
I think it was my third time seeing Oscar Zia live, and I could tell how much he has improved both vocally and performing on stage. I'm not a very big fan of his, but I do like some of his songs. He has a very good stage presence and he interact quite a lot with his audience. 
 
One funny thing that I noticed was that a lot of the regular fangirls I usually see on gigs wasn't there, but I think it was because the fact One Direction was in Stockholm that day. 
 
When I think about it, this was actually the first concert for this summer. It's nice being back on set, I love seeing artists live again, the music kinda feels more real this way!
 
Midsummer!
 
Three days ago, we celebrated Midsummer here in Sweden. It's a really big holiday and the funniest thing is probably that most of the Swedes doesn't even know why we celebrate it. (I'm not an exception.)
 
The two things I like about the holiday is, that people get together to celebrate it and also to see everyones beautiful "midsommarkrans" (like the one that I'm wearing in the picture below).
 
For those who celebrated Midsummer, hope you had a great day and hopefully you were not too hangover the following day. ;) 
 
 
 
Graduation day!
 
After 3 years of gymnasium, it was finally time for me to graduate! 
About two weeks ago, it was my graduation day and it was a long day containing lots of fun! The day started at 7am in one of my classmates apartment to have "champangebreakfast" together with all of our classmates. It was cosy being there to meet up. Just all of us together one last time before graduation. 
 
 
After that, the day just flew by!
 
 
It got so many new experiences that day, and I actually also won an award! I won the title for "school fighter" or whatever you call it. I didn't saw that coming at all, but it was really nice knowing that someone actually have seen how much I've been struggling in school to get my degrees and also for helping others with their schoolwork too. 
 
To end this post, I just want to thank everyone who came and celebrated me that day and for all the congratulations I've been receving. Also a big thank you to all my classmates for the last 3 years together, I will surely miss all of you!
 
Now, let's see what life has to bring!