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Mini Potatoes

My twin brother’s English pen pal came to visit us in the late 1960s. She was on a permanent diet to lose weight but loved sweets and cakes. My father once gave her dinner on a plate with a few tiny potatoes, newly dug up in our garden. He could be hilarious. The sight of little potatoes will forever remind […]

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Our Cathedral in Copenhagen

Waking in Copenhagen, I like to go inside to look where it’s possible to enter freely. Between using children and grandchildren, I take time for long walks. Joining in, I realised that I had not been to the cathedral for many years since I no longer live in Copenhagen. Seeing the colossal marble statue of Christ, I remembered a story […]

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The Island of Møn

As a child in the 1951s, my parents twice rented modest places at Møn for our summer holidays. At the time, we would never know in advance what to expect. The advertisements found in the newspapers had to be cheap for rent. My twin brother and I were never disappointed, though. We never thought about the standard. Refrigerators were not […]

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