Christmas 2020
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Christmas 2020

Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a much happier New Year 2021! We were lucky in the sense that we could go to Denmark and celebrate Christmas with my mother – after taking a negative corona test. Most days in Denmark was spent on cooking nice dinners, relaxing, walking the dogs – and for Erik to update his archive and search for movies with geologists, either good or bad, and dead or alive. In one week, Erik found nine new/old movies where geologists play a role. Even one new where the geologist is a female super villain (Wonder Woman 1984), first time ever!

Our morning dog walking friends, Flemming and Margit brought coffee, Danish pastry and spirits (‘en lille én til halsen’) on Christmas morning. Very cozy and a good start for getting in Christmas mood.

Photo: Anna Kathrine Frørup. Celebrating Christmas early in the morning with Flemming, Margit, my mother, Kathrine and all the dogs (Albert, Pelle, Anton, Glitnir and Deli).
Photo. Gabrielle. Even minus degrees and sunny weather on Christmas day, much appreciated.
Photo: Gabrielle. Glitnir and Deli enjoying the cold weather.
Photo: Gabrielle. Decorating the Christmas table with decorations from Denmark, Iceland and Greenland.
Photo: Gabrielle. My mother’s new cat ‘Felix’, super social and sweet.