Saturday, January 17, 2009

Til Sjælland ... To Zealand

Husker du denne POST ? Især delen af "Chad", som var min elev i 2004? Han ankom i Danmark i tordags så vi kører til København i dag for at besøge ham! Jeg er SÅ SPÆNDT for at se ham igen og for at fortælle om vores besøg her! Og tak til alle for dine søde ord om vores job situation....Amy er bor i "landet af regn" men vi også bor "i landet af regnbuer". Nå, i dag og i morgen og i overmorgen, vælger jeg for at fokus på REGNBUERNE.

Do you remember this POST? Especially the part about "Chad", who was my student in 2004? He arrived in Denmark on Thursday so we are driving to Copenhagen today to visit him! I am SO EXCITED to see him again and to tell about our visit here! And thank you to everyone for your encouraging words about our job situation.....Amy is right...we live in the "land of rain", but we also live in the "land of rainbows". So today og tomorrow og the day after tomorrow, I choose to focus on the RAINBOWS.


Anonymous said...

Brilliant! Have fun with Chad! And buy him an umbrella... ;-)

Paula said...

Kelli, you are an inspiration to all of us.

KCLC said...

Have fun catching up with your former student. Time goes by so fast doesnt it???
As for your questions, I lived in Texas for about 15 years around Luling Texas. Ever heard of it? Its about a 45 minute drive to Austin, 2 and a half to Houston. I also lived in Louisiana for another 15 yrs (the Shreveport/Bossier City area)
My father works for Halliburton so when we were younger we lived for 2 years in Norway. ( Stavanger area) Hence my love of reading all the scandinavia blogs. The only inch of tie that I have to Denmark, is that my hubbys old karate teacher is from there(Copenhagen) and we hope to visit him ONE day. So your blog really gives me some great insight to this wonderful country!

Ellen and Sharon said...

Kelli, we try to keep up with your blog, but didn't check it for a couple of days. Oh, my! Bless your hearts! Good for you and your rainbows. If that door closed on Mads's job, you know that another one will open. God bless you both.

Sherri Williams said...

Hi Kelli,

I love reading your blog. Since I've found it I try to read at least once a week.

You always were a great writer. I know you have lots more rainbows to come!