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... for my father. I'm not sure he would have approved, he wasn't "churchy", but I did it anyway. From there we went back to pick up the girls. Berit was to keep us out of Kristian and Erna's hair while they prepared for Rhanghild's 18th Birthday party so we went back to her place to schmooze and snozze. We came back to the Østberg house that was slowly filling with family. Present at the party were: Erna's mother Grethe Sveen, sister Inger ...
Hello everyone! Hope you all had an awesome weekend. I know I did! Today marks my first full month in Europe. It seems like just last week I was at home. How time slips away so quickly!
Today, I spent much of the day doing homework, since time to do so later in the weekend was an unsure thing. At 5 o'clock ACN put together a Norwegian Culture Night for the students to learn about, well, Norwegian culture. It was ...
This is the name of the riding stable where Katrine went to riding camp. What a wonderful week she had. Not only was it her first ever sleep away camp, but it was all in Norwegian. Katrine had not ridden horses in two years, since we left Ethiopia (there we owned two horses, and Katrine had riding lessons each week). However, it was just like riding a bike, and soon Katrine was back in the saddle, and ...
Today is Felix’s birthday and just like the last fews days it has been a roller-coaster of emotions, thankfully not quite as extreme as Monday. Naturally Felix was up bright and early Tuesday morning to put Nina back together, confident all our troubles were over, it was going to be so simple, just pop everything back together, tighten it all up and away we go, on the road by lunchtime. I was also up and about, packing up our bed and organising everything ...
... Buddies planned a lot of activities for the International Students. We roasted hot dogs over the fire (and ate them with lefse, which is how Norwegians often eat their hot dogs...it's pretty good). We went sledding, played games, and met lots of other International Students from all over Europe. Here are some pictures of the gorgeous landscape at Fagerhøi. One of the top 10 winter attractions in all of Europe is ...