Monthly Archives: November 2006

Sound of Music

Two angels playing cello in the living room. Emilie and one of her friends from the music school rehearsing a duet -a piece by Breval – and a lot of Christmas carols for two voices…this last Sunday in November.

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Sunday morning

The only event I think I’ll really miss while in Vilnius is the annual Christmas bazaar at Emilie´s School which always takes place the 1. weekend of Advent. It’s one or two days “open house” with pupils´ performing, acting, playing … Continue reading

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One week from now…

Here you are: a pile of collages for Vilnius. I’m working like a dog to get everything fixed and finished on time. Next Saturday I’ll be in the air by now! There is always lot of things to take in … Continue reading

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Let me introduce…

Here you are: Grete, Inger, Lis and Else, the majority of X-piir, my Artists´ Books group, at a recent meeting. The missing member, Bryndis, lives in Akureyri on Iceland – obviously the reason for her not being present at this rendezvous. … Continue reading

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12 days of X-mas

Although I absolutely dislike when the shops start to put up their Christmas decorations and stuff while we’re only in the middle of autumn, I must admit: December is coming closer and so are all my own doings and preparations … Continue reading

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A shot of new energy

Look what I got today! My friend and colleague, Wendy, sent me this wonderful surprise box all the way from New Zealand… Ok, I sent her a couple of ATC´s some time ago – but I never expected this much … Continue reading

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A four-generations-walk in Grandma´s forest

My grandfather, my father, my kids and I went for a walk in the beautiful Risskov today. I´ve known this forest all my live – because my grandparents always have been living next to it. In my mind Risskov – is … Continue reading

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