I got the inspiration for the monthly One Word Challenge on Integrity from a blogger I follow. Her blog is called RethinkingLife The collage she had made in her post challenged me. Please have a look at the link above. I have not become an expert on Integrity though I have trained on it all of 2015 and unconsciously for years […]
The authorithies in Denmark offer a lot to ensure a secure upbringing of the children physically, emotionally and socially.
Today’s assignment on the writing 101 course is to look at our stats to see what posts our readers prefer. I often look at the stats because I find it so interesting to see which countries my readers come from. Most come from the United States, and the rest are Danish and then from many other countries. That’s a privilege to […]
I would like to share with you two easy made decorations I made yesterday and today out of dried leaves and flowers from my garden. I used a bast ring that I normally use for Christmas and a new one I made of steel wire wound with white tape for the occasion. One of the decoration is now hanging […]
“After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.” ― Aldous Huxley, Music at Night and Other Essays My childhood My teenage time The present time When I was a child in the fifties, I was put to bed very early at nights. Our parents were very strict on that, and there were no exceptions. The television had not yet […]
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Connected.” The photos I have chosen are connected in the way that the toys are all about a hundred years old and the children on the roof of a house in Copenhagen are collecting money for poor children in 1914. Mesh
I have published this before, but I will send it out again, because we live in perilous times and we need to stand firmly on our ground. My quote comes from the story of Jairus in the New Testament. He wanted help from Jesus to heal his daughter. She was very ill and died while Jesus was occupied in helping […]