Sunday, October 19, 2008

Min uge i billeder ... My week in pictures

Halloween (i dansk-stil) kom til Danmark denne uge (i Uge 42) fordi børn havde ikke skole (husk--kartoflerferie?!)

Halloween (in the Danish version) came to Danmark this week (in Week 42)because the kids had no school (remember--potato vacation?!)



Jeg ser tit "Scooter skoler" på gaden, men denne tid, min kamera var klar!

I see "Scooter schools" all the time on the road, but this time, my camera was ready!



Jeg fandt "HALVMÅNET ROLLER"! Jeg har mange opskrifter der bruger dem så dej, så jeg var glad for at finde dem! Og Mads har aldrig set dem før! (Men svar ikke hvor mange de koster! LOL)

I found CRESCENT ROLLS! I have many recipes that use them as the crust, so I was so happy to find them! And Mads had never seen them before! (But don´t ask me how much they cost! LOL)



Siden vi har ikke sprogskole denne uge, besøgte jeg min veninde, Marta (Vi er i sammen klasse i Lærdansk) en par gange. I fredags, mødte jeg hendes søn, Alexander, en DEJLIG lille dreng! Vi havde en rigtig god dag sammen!!

Since we did not have Danish school this week, I visited my friend, Marta (We are in the same module in Lærdansk), a couple of times. On Friday, I met her son, Alexander, an ADORABLE little boy! We had a great day together!!




Mit yndlingt billede denne uge...Mine 2 drenge i hundeskoven.
My favorite picture this week... My 2 boys in the Dog Forest.

5 comments:

Nichole said...

Alexander is so adorable!

Rachel said...

Great idea w/ the week pictures!

It's funny to see the "Halloween Uge 42" sign signifying celebrating the entire week... Just curious where was this sign at? a school?

It's neat to see the "scooter school" picture. And it reminds me why I liked being in Denmark with the separate bike lanes.

I guess the Pillsbury doughboy doesn't endorse the Danerolles lol :-)

Paula said...

The explaining of day/week through photos thing is very enjoyable for the reader.

Mads and Kelli said...

The UGE 42 Halloween sign was outside of The Herning Center (the closest thing to a mall here!) and they had decorations and activities for the kids since school was out.

Stephanie said...

Next time you go to Copenhagen, take a trip over to Malmo where they have "Grey's American Store." It will have everything you miss from home.

I brought Mom to Aarhus this weekend, saw signs for Herning, and thought of you!