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PostSubject: Stories from our everyday life   Wed Dec 05, 2007 9:58 am

Did you have a special experience today which you want to share with the rest of us? Or just something which happened in your life once. It can also be something funny.
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Such as when I take the bus to go to the place where I'm weaving my rug I have each Tuesday afternoon met a young man who is very close to be the spitting image of Viggos Henry. He is not as tall as Henry but he could have been Henry in a lower size. Each time I see him I say to myself: "Hello Henry". Don't you think it's funny?

And one day I watched a programme in tv about a small village here in Northjutland. One of the persons who were born in the village (but now lives in Copenhagen - I have forgotten his name now) was very close to be the spitting image of Viggo. I think I would need to look an extra time if Viggo and the other man stood beside each other and had the same hair style to find out who is who.

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PostSubject: Re: Stories from our everyday life   Sun Jan 06, 2008 6:22 pm

Oh, I've just heard about the snow chaos in Bulgaria and in California! Poor people in Bulgaria! And poor all the people in California! Our very little snow has soon melted away. And it isn't storming today. Temperatures have got over freezing point here.


I think of all of you in the bad snow chaos!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Stories from our everyday life   Wed Jan 09, 2008 12:25 pm

You have no snow there?
Wow,here we have much.Really much,it is til my knees! affraid

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PostSubject: Re: Stories from our everyday life   Wed Jan 09, 2008 3:14 pm

It must be like the snow chaos we had last year in January or February. It took them several days to remove the snow from streets and roads. The cars and busses couldn't drive. Nor could the lorries which bring new goods for shops and supermarkets. So we had to buy what we could to get some food. I remember that I ate crispbread instead of ryebread and wheatbread. It was ok to me because I like crispbread. I was lucky I could buy a little milk.

In the radio I heard a man who was on his way to the bank in the centre of my city. He was interview by a reporter from the radio. He had a sledge and a few huskies so he just let the huskies pull him to the bank. It was a very smart idea! I would have loved to see it. But I couldn't get into the centre those days. But we have very good supermarkets in my area, too. And I don't mind to walk to the supermarket (even through lots of snowdrifts). The only thing which happens is that I get some pains in some muscles in my legs I don't use everyday. But that's very healthy so it's ok for me.

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PostSubject: Re: Stories from our everyday life   Thu Jan 10, 2008 5:00 am

Well this morning I get to work and go to make some coffee. There is this really cute cup sitting on the counter. It looks hand painted with a child's drawing. One of the girls comes in and she plugs the tea kettle and moves the cup a bit close to the edge. And when I turned around my jacket sleeve caught the cup's handle and it crashed to the floor. It broke in about 6 pieces. So the other girl says to me that is Mike's cup. I said not Mike the big director in the corner. And she says Yes ma'am. Oh no! So I pick up the pieces and I notice a child's writing on the bottom with the date 1995.

So I went to seek Mike. And I said you know your cup in the kitchen? And he says yes you like it? I said well yes I like it but I knocked it off the counter. And his face just dropped. He said that cup has a drawing of me driving my car made by my daughter. I said Oh no!!

Then he went to the kitchen and his cup was there in the pieces I picked up. He put them in his hands and looked sadly and said it was his fault for leaving it there. Ah I felt so bad. Now I am thinking of how to make up for breaking his treasured cup. Ah what a klutz I am sometimes!!! No All day I have been feeling bad for this.

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PostSubject: Re: Stories from our everyday life   Fri Jan 11, 2008 10:54 am

Well,you could do something that will warm his heart in this cold time.I mean something small,but let him feel that you are sorry for the cup and you want to apoligize. scratch
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PostSubject: Re: Stories from our everyday life   Sat Feb 02, 2008 9:03 pm

I have just seen it in the tv-news.
What I told you a few days ago isn't 100% true. The bad storm didn't take 3 metres from the sand cliff close to the little fishing town about 10 kms. from my mothers house. The sea has eaten15
metres of the of the outer dunes. The house, where the receiver of wreck/wreck master has his tractor when he isn't using it, is very close to falling 4 -5 metres down on the beach. So bad has the very strong storm been there. My mother was out to look at it today and she could see it was very bad. She didn't dare to walk closer to the cliff than 2 metres.

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PostSubject: Re: Stories from our everyday life   Tue Feb 05, 2008 2:03 pm

I have just heard the "famous" professor Viggo Mortensen in my radio. You know the Danish professor in Aarhus wth the famous name. He was asked about what kind of work a bishop does. He had a very nice voice.


Oh, it's so funny that we have one here, too, with the same name.

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PostSubject: Re: Stories from our everyday life   Tue Feb 05, 2008 8:40 pm

Oh my goodness Vigs. Why does Denmark get TWO Viggo Mortensens??? It is funny though, poor man.

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PostSubject: Re: Stories from our everyday life   Tue Feb 05, 2008 11:25 pm

Some time last year one of the members in the Danish/Scandinavian fan site "Sunshine" found out that there are a number of men in Denmark called Viggo Mortensen without being our Viggo.

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