There is something unique about celebrating July Fourth outside of the U.S. For me, it felt more patriotic, more unifying, more “We the People” than I’ve felt in many many years.
Our family recently moved to Norway and are living in my husband’s childhood home just outside of Oslo. So far it’s going well, the learning curve of the language and culture is quite steep, but we’re taking it one step at a time.
Our Independence Day picnic at Vigelandsparken in Oslo.
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It’s been way too serious around here at She’sWrite lately, and though I’m capable of a thoughtful point or two, no one would ever describe me as “serious.” To lighten the mood, I’m digging into my archives of items that I’ve been meaning to publish.
Opening Christmas gifts
So, take a walk with me down memory lane and into Santa’s backyard.
Christmas in Norway is very long and I don’t say that because you’re dealing with only about 5 hours of daylight each day. It’s … Read more ...