Autumn Pictures from Aarhus

Aarhus is the second-largest city in Denmark and only one hour’s drive from us. Whenever we go there, my husband is reminded of his time as a soldier in his youth. Standing on his post in front of the clock on the City Hall, time was put on a standstill, especially during the hours before dawn. Where the former barrack once was is now a music hall and a renowned art museum called ARoS Fifty years ago, my brother and I went for a holiday in Aarhus. He took a picture of me at the site of the pig sculpture. I remember I found it a bit ridiculous. It’s strange how some things get stuck into your memory forever.

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A Milestone

I want to thank my readers for following me. A few days ago, I received the 1000+ followers logo. Six years ago, when I started blogging, I saw that bloggers celebrated that achievement. Being Danish, writing in English, this goal sounded far out. Now I am here, and a big thank you. Without engaging in each other’s blogs, you don’t […]

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Truth

We are in a time where searching for truth, and speaking truth is seen as a revolutionary thing. In a time of deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. George Orwell Questions about the Corona PCR tests are not regarded as valid, or why don’t we have any flu cases? Why are voices silenced about the cure of COVID-19, […]

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An Old Street in Copenhagen

Nearby this church, one of my paternal great grandfathers lived in the 1880s.   Thankfully, some streets look like they have never changed. Amagergade in Copenhagen is one of them. When you see an old photo from the spot, there are many people and no cars. Today, that’s an impossibility.  When every fun thing is under lockdown, we still have the […]

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