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10 Ways to Celebrate a Christian Easter

Did the title of this post strike you as extremely ironic? It is ironic, because of our wayward culture that has gone totally off course, of course! 1,020 more words

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Holidays when you have children, to follow or not to follow when they don't make sense to you

I grew up celebrating all holidays, from Easter to Halloween. My mother used to go all the way when it came to decorations, from place mats at the table to almost a haunted house on Halloween. 672 more words

Children

The Catholic's Privilege: Easter with the Blessed Virgin

As Catholics, we are privileged to celebrate Easter in the company of Our Blessed Mother, she who stood at the foot of the Cross and therefore understands the glory and joy of the Resurrection of her Son better than anyone else ever has. 539 more words

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Roed, geel en greun. Philosophie carnavalesque.

“Oh moi, je ne suis pas très carnaval tu sais…”

            Faux. Etre carnavaleux, c’est pas la question. Je suis à peu près sûre que dans toutes les communautés humaines non dégénérées depuis la nuit des temps, on peut retrouver une célébration du retour des beaux jours. 1,380 more words

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Lunch

Danish lunch; Ryebread, eggs, avocado and tomatoes, carrots, “Dyrlægens natmad” (The veterinarian´s midnight snack), Rygeost /smoked cheese, Mackerel.

LINKS:

Wikipedia about “Dyrlægens natmad”

Derfor hedder det dyrlægens natmad… 6 more words

My Daily Denmark

TBT - Throwback Thursday

I’m still alive :) !

In Norway it’s Thursday afternoon and that means Throwback-Thursday! A few days ago I was looking through my photo uploads on  788 more words

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