Sunday, June 29, 2008
Sunday, June 22, 2008
So, what is American food? Well, according to a gourmet food shop in the basement of Magasin Dept. Store, American food includes Orville Redenbacher’s popcorn, marshmallows, Budweiser beer, Bac’n Pieces, and smoked almonds.
Of course Americans are famous for our BBQs. And, all good BBQs require French’s mustard, Heinz Ketchup, hotdogs and ribs.
Best of all, Americans are famous for the cream of mushroom soup. Yep, I bought two cans.
How else do you cook casseroles? Bon appetite … or as we say in the States… dig in!
Friday, June 13, 2008
Sunday, June 8, 2008
Another view from Frederiksberg Have.
Another view of Kierkegaard Assistens.
Monday, June 2, 2008
Last weekend, I took the beautiful train ride up to visit him in Ljungby, Sweden, where he was teaching. I was able to visit the seminary where he shapes the pliable young minds of starry-eyed preachers-in-training, meet a few of these starry-eyed lads, and tour the surrounding town. Here are some pictures from my visit:
Dad returned to Copenhagen on Friday, enabling us to spend a few extra days with him before his departure this morning. We had a great time. The weather was perfect, truly as good as it gets in Copenhagen. On Sunday after church, we enjoyed a celebratory birthday brunch down near the walking street of Strøget, the longest pedestrian street in the world. After a lengthy, leisurely stroll in the sunshine back to our flat--and a well-earned nap--we then made our way to Frederiksberg Have, one of the largest and loveliest parks in Copenhagen.
Here are some more pictures from my father's visit:
Have a great birthday, Dad!
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