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 walk through the Psalms

Lisa a guest blogger with the blog name “Redhead Reflections” has taken the huge job to write blog posts on each verse in the 150 Psalms of the Old Testament. Some of her posts will appear here at my “Devotional Friday Event” where you are welcome to participate too. Thank you Lisa for this post on being at God´s trashing floor. If you […]

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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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Nostalgic View on a Chair

When I was five or six years old I dreamed of having a little sister and a baby doll in a cradle. I made a cradle out of a garden chair and many years later I bought a similar chair and found my two baby dolls from my childhood. One doll is “new”. I pingback to “Writing and Photography” who hosts […]

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2015 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 8,600 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it. Click […]

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Bill & Ruth

I have updated this post originally published December 30, 2014   We didn’t have television until the beginning of the sixties. One day my parents and my twin brother and I were watching something. Suddenly Montgomery is seen in his open car coming slowly through a street in Copenhagen with four British soldiers on motorbikes at each side of the […]

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