We have taken so many different paths to bring my family to where it is today. And I believe, with all my heart, that there is no greater example of love than the picture of ME & MY 3.
LOL! Love it! And how many bags of stuff did she have to bring over for you?
Glad to see Jess made it safely. Looks like you got some 'good stuff' delivered!
YAY!! Look at all those treasures she brought you!! How exciting!
Did she have any room for her clothes?!?! LOL! Have fun!
I tried to click the picture to see the haul, but it won't get bigger.. waaa! How am I supposed to be jealous of all the good stuff if I can't see what you got?
Where's the monster stash of peanut butter? And your Uggs?Hello to Jess!
i like your daughter's scarf..i think i might make one like it sometime....you two are so cute....
On your next candle shopping trip you can get some pringles here too! The reason why more food stuff is available in Sweden than in Denmark is that Denmark has banned hydrogenated oil - something that is in most American processed foods. That's why Danes don't have Velveeta, most American chip brands, or regular Oreos. I thought that was pretty interesting.
LOOK AT THAT STASH!!!!!! WOW...jealousy delux from Norway!!! Welcome back Jess...enjoy your stay in Denmark!!!!
She is still so gorgeous! And WOW...she brought you a lot of goodies! Do I see Secret deodorant? I was never able to find a Danish deodorant I liked, so my parents always included that in my care packages.Enjoy her time with you!
That first picture is too funny with your pouches of refried beans! How is Jess's back after lugging all that to you?
Jess brought many other things as well! This was just all we could FIT on the table!!! And we only had to pay 50 dollars for one EXTRA HEAVY bag!! And btw, LOVE my new UGGs!!!Now her plan is to shop for her new apartment and fill those empty bags to take bag to the states!
@StephanieYou can buy Pringle's in every supermaket in Denmark too.But you are right that only trans-fat-free oil is legal in Denmark.That's why e.g. McDonald's use the healthier trans-fat-free oil in Danish resturants. In most other countries including America they still don't use trans-fat-free oil.http://www.businessweek.com/bwdaily/dnflash/content/dec2006/db20061205_101163.htmWhy McDonald's Isn't Free of Trans FatCompanies such as McDonald's (MCD) are expected to comply with the city's vote by converting their restaurants in New York. The fast-food giant already has demonstrated that it can eliminate trans fats when required. In Denmark, the company switched the oil it uses to make French fries to one that doesn't have any trans fat.
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