On my way to be released from the hospital after three days of being unconscious the doctor stated: “You had a lot of alcohol in your blood “ To me, it sounded like an accusing question and even though he was right I couldn’t answer anything. I felt the heart behind his statement that he was not the least interested […]
I am fascinated by the ways some people have been able to survive hardships without losing their minds
In this post I will include the testimony of Elfriide Kulgver. Elfriide Kulgver was born in Estonia (1909 – 1992). Like so many other people in the Baltic countries she and her family was deported by the Soviets on the 14 of June 1941 without any notice. (Post number one and post number two and post number three are linked here). In […]
I regret that I went to work to get bread and soup and let Jyri be in the ward of others'. He still might have died, but I could have been with him his last days. This is one of the horrible things of life that you voluntarily do things that you later regret without being able to change anything
Last Friday I was telling you a story while we were having coffee. My husband and I were going to take a trip in the footsteps of a boy from Funen in Denmark who would later become a very famous Danish-American called “The Builder of the West”. He was born in 1864 and died in 1933 and his name was Hans […]
You never get a routine in dealing with deaths in families, but it's better to get involved that to ignore their suffering
We lost our liberty 75 years ago when the Nazis invaded Denmark. Only mainly young unknown ordinary people stood up to make resistance and saved a little of our lost honor.
We take it for granted today that babies and parents are together in all situations and that the parents have the overall responsibility for the the child and that the staff at a hospital is there to help and support their health situation.