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- A Quiet Sunday 1 year ago Carrots and celery are chopped and piled high in blue stone bowls. Onion grows clear and fragrant over chicken breasts in the slow cooker. I slice a small brick of yellow butter into a red mixing bowl. Each slice lands deep in the white mound of flour, baking powder, and
- Taking Action After the Women's March 2 years ago If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue, Or walk with Kings--nor lose the common touch, If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you, If all men count with you, but none too much; --If, Rudyard Kipling I am a...
- The Politics of Prefiguration 2 years ago On the walk to barnehage this morning, I met a fellow mom in drop-off mode. Like many of my neighbors, she wears her headscarf under her parka; her daughters toddle beside her in matching pink snowsuits. I've seen this mom many times before and, because I'm me, I always smile
- Kolonial: Online Grocery Shopping in Oslo II 2 years ago Stuff changes so fast in Oslo. Many might think Norway remains old or stodgy or slow. Wrong. These days there's a revolution-a-minute when it comes to new enterprise. The level of education is high here. Norwegians are also overwhelmingly technologically literate and quick to embrace new tech as...
- Glimpses: Moments with the TYF Delegates 2 years ago "I want to work on climate change," says Paridhi Rustogi. It's December 8, the first official day of Telenor Youth Forum 2016. At a hightop table in the Scandic hotel lobby, TYF delegates from India, Norway and Bangladesh lean in to talk about what's to come. Later in the day,
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20:59 PM June 02, 2013
This blog rings true with insights into life of a Norwegian expat but more than that the life of a traveler. The prices are well written and vivid. GBTRD is a strong contender for the Expats in Norway Blog Award.