Monthly Archives: December 2012

Wanderingquilter’s 2012 in review

Thank you, everyone who has visited my blog in the past year.  Thank you for your comments, making me really realize that there is someone out there and urging me to continue and to get better at this. Thank you … Continue reading

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Preparing For Christmas

Christmas is almost here – I lit the fourth Advent candle this morning when I had my breakfast.  And I just realized that I have never before in my entire life had to prepare for Christmas all alone. But I … Continue reading

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A Little Bit of Bergen

The end of October, friends came to visit from Oman.  It was Eid holiday there, and they thought they would get away from the heat.  Boy, they were in for a shock! They hadn’t been here 3 hours when we … Continue reading

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Copenhagen Botanical Gardens – a Dangerous Place

Dangerous for a quilter, anyway! There are far too many textures and interesting shapes.  One could almost say that Pat and I couldn’t see the forest for the trees. There have been botanical gardens in Copenhagen since the 1600’s. In … Continue reading

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Check Out This Blog

A fellow Canadian, newly transplanted to Stavanger, has a blog I think you will like.  She is a real wordsmith. I would be reblogging her last post, but I’m not sure how. I hope you enjoy this.

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Today I was The Mechanic

Last week, I shovelled snow – acres of snow! My Mom taught me to do things for myself – and not just wait around for someone to help.  On the farm, if she had waited for my Dad to fix minor … Continue reading

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A Dog’s Purpose According To A 6 Year Old

Originally posted on Morning Story and Dilbert:
Vintage DilbertJanuary 7, 2002 Being a veterinarian, I had been called to examine a ten-year-old Irish wolfhound named Belker. The dog’s owners, Ron, his wife, Lisa, and their little boy, Shane, were all…

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