Picture Collection

Sometimes finding enough or the correct words to explain things is very difficult. I think that’s why I like pictures so much..and why I’m on Facebook 24/7, because it’s basically the easiest way for me to share all my pictures! So, instead of writing about what I’ve done recently, I’m just going to share some pictures with a caption or two. 

 

We got to try curling in Oslo! It is so fun but so dangerous. You have one foot that’s slippery and one that’s not. A little confusing, but really entertaining. 

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We had a very nice group of people to hang out with 🙂 Image

 

Bus ride home : ) Gorgeous!

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I visited Stavanger over Easter break! It was so sunny and beautiful!Image

 

 

I also flew to England to visit my friend Michela! It was also sunny. This is a picture from the airport runway before I got on the plane. I love sun. 

 

 

 

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This is a picture of us from her Polaroid camera. I love it! It’s amazing how you can take a polaroid picture straight from the camera without editing it and it looks so real and beautiful, but nowadays you have to edit so much before you get the colors and beauty of a polaroid. What has happened to our photography? 

 

 

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This is a reflection picture (one of my favorite types of photo) of me and Alex! It’s a glass windowed building where we were looking through to the sea. Again: sun!

 

 

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Alex and his doggy. Sun. 

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This is Jennifer’s sweet boy, Graham. Jennifer took care of me when I was in Stavanger and fed me bacon. Happy days. Good Friday service at the big cathedral in town!

 

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This is from a cafe that Mr. Hogarth took me and Alex to on a beautiful sunny Saturday. It’s called Mocha. I asked for a brownie (the simple one that was on display) and they warmed it up, topped it with chocolate syrup, sugar and a strawberry. I also had a REAL chai tea latte. 

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We drove out to a small fishing village where you walk through the whole village (no cars allowed) and it’s kind of in a valley. Then you arrive at this: (see picture below) THE SEA. So amazing and gorgeous. It was super peaceful.

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Beautiful view of the sea through a valley!

 

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I also got to visit my old church in Stavanger on Easter Sunday! So many lovely familiar faces! 

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Alex’s dogs are adorable. 

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Our first kayak trip of the season! Of course, beautiful weather! I could live like this forever and be happy! It was perfect. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Oh and yes… there was snow… and ice on the SEA. But that doesn’t stop us with our insanely thick wetsuits! 

Amazing few weeks. God is good. 

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