My Aunt Eva

  My aunt’s four boys, my cousins   Born in 1921 Aunt Eva would have been 95 years old today the 4th of February had she been alive. My grandmother Asta and her firstborn Eva, May 1921 As a child, I admired my mother’s sister Eva. She was full of humour, and she had four lively boys. Three of them […]

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Modern History

Inspiration from the blogs I follow The writer behind the blog “Light Room” says following in a poem. She might be excited about the new area that comes with president Trump. Unexpectedly unimaginable change like sudden snow-melt muttered possibilities as though we stood on mountains and could see for miles I have other bloggers “The Happy Quitter” I follow who […]

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Developing Patience

Yesterday I found Romy’s blog post on how patiently her father he had taken care of his mother for a long time until her recent death. She had preferred her other children to him but he was the one who helped her to the last breath.   The easiest thing would be to turn your back on her and let […]

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Thee Days’ Quote-Day 2

Shakespeare will never be forgotten. So many quotes are still in use although I guess his works are difficult to read today. I had a lot of work reading Hamlet at school many years ago. Clive gave me the challenge yesterday to find quotes so today’s choice is Shakespeare. Luckily “Quote art Pictures” can be found on the internet. A […]

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Dislikes & Likes  

  The Dislikes To see a pregnant and smoking woman in a pedestrian street in my home town Beautiful baroque opera music with singers wearing vulgar costumes “The Fairy Queen” by Henry Purcell People talking loud in their phones on any subject while you hear the counterpart in a bad loud-speaker When at our hotel breakfast room other guests insist […]

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