Being Together

I found a beautiful short video with a father singing to his two months old daughter. It is clear to see that they are both deeply involved in their being together.   The father comes so near that she can see him clearly and then he sings in such a loving tone the words from his heart. The little girl […]

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A meeting with a Afghani family

#WeekendCoffeeShare If we were having coffee I would like to show you one of our good cafés in my hometown Herning in Jutland Denmark. I would tell you following story:   Today as I walked in my city Herning on my way to my car I suddenly saw a mother and her teenage daughter. They were very familiar to me and […]

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Looking at Baby Care

Lately, I was reminded of Carol’s new-born grandchild and felt that I could share my articles on caring for babies. Carol, with her blog Writeful Mind, is a very social blogger who connects bloggers to the Facebook Café blog and is busy helping people who have suffered from abuse. I have stored up knowledge on this subject for many years, […]

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12th May

Today 37 years ago I got married. I was 28 years old and had longed for getting a family. After some turbulent years in my early twenties I met some Christian girls who convinced me of a new life. How I needed it. I accepted the faith in the Lord and still had great difficulties in living a Christian life. […]

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Free Sightseeing in London – the parks

So much can be enjoyed in London for free. One possibility is the parks of Central London.   The sculpture of Peter Pan Where Kensington Gardens meet Hyde Park the sculpture with Peter Pan and the figures of the children’s book is hidden. Nearest tube station is Lancaster Gate not too far from Kensington Palace where Princess Diana lived. I […]

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A Toddler’s Adventure

Just after the WWII, many children were born in Copenhagen my aunt Eva got her first three in five years. Lots of children were seen in the streets, and baby carriages were everywhere too. Press photos from Copenhagen       My aunt Eva and my uncle lived near a famous church called Grundtvig’s Church. The row of flats was built […]

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A Father’s Love

A tweet from a fellow blogger inspired me to this post on a father’s love. The page is called “BeautyBeyondBones” and the post is the title of a movie called “Little Orphan Annie”.   https://mobile.twitter.com/AnaRevealed/status/685357665359380480?p=p   As a child I longed for a secure relationship with my father who suffered from sleep deprivation and nervousness causing him to become addictive […]

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