Both Mike Lindell and Lin Wood are heavily persecuted for their continuous exercising their First Amendment rights of Freedom of Speech.
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, […]
I was on my bike today on the road in an industrial area of my town. Normally not an attractive place but today was different. A light blue American Veteran car, a Buick, was parked, which forced me to stop to take photos. The color, shape, and quality stood out and reminded me of my childhood. Not that we in […]
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 […]
In late 1776, very few patriot soldiers held the line and continued to fight for freedom.
In my opinion, we are in a similar situation where the few risk everything to save our civilization.
A memory of my father's life growing up in the Great Depression and WWII.
A mixture of new and old photos of the same locations in Copenhagen.
Not all of you are interested in collecting toys, but I chose this week to greet you with a view into my Christmas decorated house, focusing on the old dolls and prams. Our house is not typically Danish as it is Swedish, inspired from living there for five years. The dark outside is lit with various chains of light on […]
I knew the name of this Baptist church but never realized until recently that my great grandparents on my father’s side grew up in that church’s fellowship. When you dig into your family history and visit the places, they lived their lives become alive. Walking in their footsteps, we met the young pastor at the church. He let us […]
Being in Copenhagen again to visit children and grandchildren, I chose to revisit the hospital where I was taught nursing from 1971-1975. Running four to five times a week, I go to places of personal interest like my first home, my ancestors’ addresses, and areas I liked to go to by bike when I lived in Copenhagen in my youth. […]
The closest we came to Los Angeles was a visit three years ago to the Getty Museum for European art up to 1900. The view over the bare green and brown mountains and LA highways from the modern architecture building was overwhelming and unfamiliar to me as a Dane. It’s temporarily closed due to this year’s situation, which gave me […]