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Lost but never forgotten

Published 05/15/2017 by MoonieZ
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Dad at 43 years old.1967

Well, Dad, 22 years has passed now without you around to help me. I never thought I would make it this far but here I am. Of course, Mom was a great help for 20 of those years, but now I’m going to have to make it on my own for the rest of my days.

You gave me a great start and I’m forever thankful for the years I got to share with you along with everything I learned from you. You are forever in my thoughts and I will always remember you and all that you did for us all – family, relatives and friends.

Today, May 15, would have been your 93rd birthday and I wanted to write this to express how much you mean to me and how much I miss you and most of all how much I love you, always.

You got to live your dream, so today I hope you take Mom with you and go for a nice flight since flying was your life.

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First Monday of 2011

Published 01/04/2011 by MoonieZ

Hello. I’m back again. Been a little busy on this first Monday of the new year. Doing stuff that needed doing. Then had just enough time to get ready for my brother’s birthday party.

Went over there by car because our mother didn’t feel like taking the commuter train. I don’t like to drive in the city though. Always something going wrong there. Or I manage to get lost and having to drive for too long to before being able to turn around and find my way back. Having my elderly mother pointing out my faults does not exactly help the situation but I guess it is the way it is. I’ll find out what it’s like one day too. At least that’s what my mother keeps telling me whenever I ask her to stop distracting me while I’m driving. So, what I learned from this is that I am probably a useless driver but somehow I got it right in the end.

After that little road trip adventure we arrived at my brother’s place and then the other guests started to arrive. Soon the flat was more crowded than the subway at rush hour and the noise level was a lot higher than on the subway. As everyone knows nobody talks to their fellow passengers  in a Swedish subway car. Only if you are drunk or crazy or perhaps a foreign tourist are you allowed to talk but don’t expect the passenger next to you to answer. A Swede only reluctantly talks to strangers on the subway. Some don’t even talk to people they know. However everybody seems to like to share their mobile phone conversations with the whole car.

The food and drinks were nice. However,  I am too tired to look up the correct English term for every food item.  I’ll just mention that vegetables, bread and meat were among the ingredients in the food that was served.My brother

All in all it was a fun evening. Except I didn’t have much of chance to talk to my brother because he was very busy with cooking and serving the food and other stuff. At the end of the evening though there was time to talk for a while before getting ready for the drive home.

Sofie Gråbøl

Published 07/30/2008 by MoonieZ

Ok, so Sofie Gråbøl is a famous and very talented Danish actress , and I am just a nobody who happen to like her acting a lot…but today is actually her birthday, so I figured a small celebration post in my blog would be in order.

It is a very nice day also. The weather is fantastic and life is good.

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