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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Guest Blogger drkottaway

Earlier this year I stumbled upon Katherine Ottaway’s blog “KO Rural Mad As Hell Blog” and found interesting posts on helping children, on helping drug addicts and of course she blogs on many other personal subjects . Subtitle of her blog is: Rural doctor, mom, writes poems, dance, sing.    I am so glad that Katherine accepted to guest blog for […]

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Grandmother 

In Danish we have two words for grandmother. A grandmother on mother’s side is “Mormor”, mother’s mother and a grandmother on father’s side is “farmor”, father’s mother.   My parents & Emry and Asta my grand parents and our first summer 1951 I don’t know how it is in other languages but here in my country it’s like you have to […]

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