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Hah hah, Henriette. Don't worry - you'll still have at least 5 full weeks of summer vacations when you are working as a teacher.



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woooaaahhhh  congrats for the exams' what kind of psychology did you choose and have a look, theory and praxis= 2 complete different thingies good luck  
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I chose neuropsychology :
Girls and boys brains developement- how can I use the difference in the classroom and should I ?

I used Erik Erikson  and  Daniel N Stern in a combo with a finnish guy called Matti Bergstrøm.

I think I got such a good grade because I chose something independently that we did not do in class, it was mainly Freud, piaget, Vygotsky and that type of stuff.

Oh how I know theory and practise is not the same Isa
- I think my poor Emma has been pretty confused: some days mummy uses her psychology other days it is just not a very nice mummy.....

Yes -5 weeks holiday!
Poly why do you think I chose teacherhood  


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Poly why do you think I chose teacherhood  






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but they are still gluing at Freuds yeech... I prefere much more Papa C.G.Jung
he is muchmore realistic....and not that ....hey what am I doing here sorry Hetty I am just labering around without any kind of meanings sorry again
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You arewelcome Isa
I prefer Jung as well - I just had to use Erikson etc  because they fitted so well to the theory about brain developement.


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Same old place. I just got through eating leg of lamb slow roasted in Shiraz with portabello mushrooms, vidalia onions, carrots and fresh rosemary. Poor dog had to eat dog food since she is getting sort of plump.  It is 95 F here with no rain in sight, so I had to water the tomato and okra plants. They are full of big green tomatos but no ripe ones yet. Tomatos....one of the few nonnie benefits. Had a pretty intense hour and a half yoga class but sad to say I can't do Wheel pose yet. Hand stands are progressing though. Hasta la vista.


It's great to hear from some of you.  GCG: That lamb sounds G-R-E-A-T (think: Tony the Tiger, from Sugar Frosted Flakes commercial)!

Here in San Francisco, we're enjoying our signature cool weather.  Fog season is trying to come in a bit early.  We're pretty much guaranteed to be Pea Soup'ed in time for July 4th, when I perennially wonder why CROWDS go down to the waterfront for the Fireworks "Display"! They can't see 'em!!!

However, from my hilltop window, I can see above the fogline, and it's pretty dang impressive...

Rambling Luvy'all!



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Hi everybody!

congratulations, henriette on your exam success, how do you have time to to do everything?! Are you sure you can't come and help sort my garden out? (I have rhubarb, gooseberries and blackberries which grow themselves quite happily!)

I'm busy just trying to get my new house sorted and enjoying the beautiful sunshine we've been having (it's not as unbearably hot now as it was, just nice summer weather)


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Hi Ellie-
Will try and write you later this weekend.
Well I have found that working in the garden calms be down- and somehow I remembers my stuff better IF I take breaks from the studying and sits in the garden...

I would LOVE to come and see you - but money is SO tight that I basically have to live from the garden the rest of the summer.
Emma has grown so much that I had to buy her new clothes and shoes for a fortune
I have to stop feeding her O diet I think and get her on the normal sugar, wheat and cola diet  


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Hey Henriette!

Congrats on your exams!! THE reason you could not join us on Samos.
Well, there will be other Samosses!!! No doubt, but as Kristin already said, the first Samos holiday was really the first one, and will never repeat itself..

Hey Ellie! How are you doing in your new home??   Doing the garden and growing your own foods?? Awesome!! I just saw your post to Henriette... Hope you are enjoying the new home and have settled more or less. I know that last part takes time..

Wow!! 5 weeks holiday Henriette, yeah that is the 'fun' with those professions!!!

I had my week holiday on Samos and maybe some days in the next few months.
Still a lot to do in my office and extension plans regarding my practice..
Always on the move with such a 'hot' profession inside the BTD..

Take care  

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Thanks Cocky
and this year I have 9 weeks !!!! summerholiday
so that is why I am going to do a 100 % finetuning  BTD this summer  


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Thanks Cocky
and this year I have 9 weeks !!!! summerholiday
so that is why I am going to do a 100 % finetuning  BTD this summer  


OMG why are some people soo lucky  hey, you better enjoy it, as it is in Denmark and in Holland, you never know when you can stop working... hhhmmm with these 'older' people getting older, there will be no money left when we reach the age of 65 or even older!!!

There is one thing I don't understand, still the bigger part of the populations doesn't adhere to the BTD and still they grow soo old... Just imagine when all start the BTD!! We all grow older, but.... and that is the difference: on BTD we do not want to stop working, because we stay healthy till the age of 100 or older!!!
So the pensions won't cost millions anymore

So that is solved then!!!  

Hey B-gal enjoy your holiday and stay 'cool' during heatwaves!!!

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omG...Hetty...do you like rotten tomatoes.... it is meant...in the case you will *really* go to set you daughter onto Coke-diet .... hey Madl... whats about this...you gonna go to send me this young lady, you will enjoy your 9 weeks of summerholidays....(just bought yesterday bio-lamb ) she will learn swiss-teutonic, a bit of french language too and me I am going to profit for english exercise ......
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Isa   she has been on this diet half of her life... so no I would not... I can´t afford to buy that kind of junk anyway.
I am sure she would enjoy some swiss -teutonic - she is quite gifted for language..
She will begin studying /learning german after the holidays when she attends 7th grade(year 8 )
and she is already playing with the words. My german are soooo rusty .. I can read it so and so... but speak it -nope .



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Hi again

henriette, Yep, have to start feeding Emma junk food, or send her out begging hee hee. My house is not really ready for proper visitors yet, so it's ok really not to come - when you're a wealthy (!) teacher maybe...

Cocky thanks for asking - not doing any real gardening yet - anything that's growing is doing it by itself!

Anyway, better go and cook my tea - lean beef mince, sweet potato, broccoli and red pepper, i think.


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It's watermelon season.  Plum season. Berry season (Please Pass the CREAM). Lots of good stuff for smoothies.  Some fruits are so juicy you can save the juice and throw 'em in the blender with yogurt/kefir...MMMM.

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Pluot Plums are in season! Heavenly! Move over, pineapple!
Are all you B's at the B-each? I myself have been away from the Site for a week.
We had a "heat wave" here for a few days (in the 80's). Hope everyone is thriving.


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I was out of town at a continueing education seminar.  I managed to pick some blue berries wednesday but the drought has really hurt them. There is rain today though so my tomatos will be happy. The temperature has been from 95 to 100F during the day lately.
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It was 52 degrees and foggy this morning, but the sun is out now, so it's probably about 70.  Anyone who needs to cool off, come on over to the Bay Area!


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Had a lovely midsummers Eve:
Good friends, lukewarm danish evening 61 F,
Good food and wine: veal, chiliprawns, couscous with herbs and grilled asparagus, red peppers, onions, watermelonsalad with feta, houmous, white chocolatecake, wirh strawberries on top- yes I survived.

We lighted the bunfire at 22- standing under the oaktrees at the seaside singing sad but wonderfull danish songs about the dansih summer: never knowing if it is hot and summer or mild with thunders and rain - just like a yound blond woman
We could see other bunfires along the coast- one feels so connected with ones past- knowing that our ancestors have done the same for thousend of years ( well really on the 20/21 ths- along came church....)

I am so tired to day- how can one go to sleep with the heat from a fire- the quiert sea so blue- the bats flying around in the treetops?
The night is so short from 2200- 4.30 one have to feel alive on a day as this- Happy midsummer


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Well, here in New Hampshire we have a flood watch going again!  We're having way too much rain!  There might be a couple of beautiful days and then *bang* it's raining again.  One good thing, though, is that the flora and fauna are growing great guns.  I've always heard about how green Ireland is and I think we're giving a little competition here.  

My daughter-in-law is of Scandinavian descent and loves the idea of bonfires.  She has one every year during her birthday celebration.  Everyone gathers round.

I've been quiet lately because I have been seeing my husband through a stent procedure with following complications of fluid around the lungs making it hard for him to breathe.  The doctor is working on it and I am glad to say my husband is much better, now.  He has some tests ahead of him this week.  He's breathing so well, now, and looking good that I'm keeping my airline ticket to Pennsylvania next week to visit my sister.  We're going to play a lot of piano duets, shop at Theodore Presser for more music and visit tea houses.  
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NHG-Oh I hope he is getting better.
I have never been to NH- however I would love to go to Eastcoast in general- but I have lived in Ireland- and yes it is green there almost too green
We could really use some rain - so please send it over to us ( a few nights rain would be great)- normally it is first dry in August- but this year summer came in May- and I have to water my strawberries and Raspberries if I want some later.


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Ohhh, Henriette, I would so love to send you some of our rain!!!!  It's funny how we could have such different weather, isn't it?  

Do you mean Ireland's greenery looks almost artificial?  Is that how green it is?  I don't think I'll ever get there to visit.  There are so many countries I would like to see.  At the moment, as you know, I'm sticking close to home and husband.  Thanks, he is doing much better and we'll know more after a few more tests.
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Yes when I stayed there - I found the winter so green
- I mean Denmark is mild as well- but if one vists during march and april the grass will be brown green here- but In Ireland - especially at the westcoast the grass was sooooo green. No wonder the lambs taste good and that they used to celebrate their fine yellow butter in the springtime.


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Aha!  I buy Kerrygold butter which comes from Ireland.  (At least, I hope it does!) It tastes soooo delicious.
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