Category Archives: Farmor
Farmor Esther has just turned 91. We made her a tiny brooch as a gift and she wears it graciously. Not a day older than when I first met her. Stort tillykke!
Kincsem took some pictures of Esther’s garden, while we were there. Although the pictures cannot capture the atmosphere of the place in its entirety, they do manage to reflect the peacefulness, versatility and generosity of the land surrounding the house. … Continue reading
We visited Esther, Kincsem’s grandmother, in her summerhouse in Kerteminde last weekend. Apart from the delicious cake and dinner, we brought back salty memories of the sea – despite the cloudy weather, we went for a walk along the beach … Continue reading
We spent Sanct Hans aften in Kerteminde, true to the family tradition, visiting Farmor Ester. Short of a burning bonfire before our last bus drove us back, we ate grilled sausages, icecream on the beach, enjoyed the view and the … Continue reading
Farmor’s house has a soul of its own – the family pictures on the wall resemble the tree of life, the furniture and the decorations on the wall that must have been there ever since she had moved into the house … Continue reading
We’ve spent a lovely afternoon at Kincsem’s paternal grandmother, simply called “farmor” in the family, despite the fact that she is now a great-great-grandmother to several babies in the family… Mikkel, Matthias and Izabel’s uncle took some lovely pictures – … Continue reading