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 […]
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 […]
We have a treasure at this museum a few miles north of Copenhagen #1 Danish Golden Age painters in the original building #2 Special exhibition on Swedish Anders Zorn autumn 2021 #3 French impressionist paintings owned by Ordrupgaard in a new building beneath the ground The Gauguin baby head has a story. Paul Gauguin was married to a Danish woman […]
As long as Copenhagen’s existence, fish has played a significant role in the harbours. Not so much anymore as the last Fisherman’s Wife selling fish at “Gammel Strand” in central Copenhagen retired in 2008. I vaguely remember them selling fish from trips to Copenhagen in my early childhood. A historical archive in Copenhagen has a collection of photos from the […]
This visit reminded me of my childhood visits with my mother to the original city museum and of my job as a Health Visitor in Copenhagen
This post is dedicated to my Australian blogging friend Poul Soren. It touched me that he reached out to me regarding my last post on modern (expensive) nostalgic toys without mentioning the spelling error in the post’s title. This post might be like a repetition of the last one, but the photos shown here are my home collection. I have […]
I dedicate a post to one kind of modern toy from Maileg. The woman who invented it lives in my home town, and I have become a collector. The style reminds me of my childhood in the fifties. At the time, we did not have everything in matching colours like what she created. Still, the combination of colour and shape […]
Placed between highways, my home town Herning is a centre for industrial and commercial fairs. Someone was kind to give me tickets for “Formland”, where retailers find the news trends and designs. For the first time in the twenty-seven years I have lived here, was I able to go and have a look. The result will appear in two blog […]
How can our governments take our human rights when they are not in a position to give or take them in the first place?
I dream about a future where children again can learn proper skills and subjects like in former times. A new Renaissance.