When we celebrated Easter with grandpa a year ago, in connection with his 90th birthday, I created a special folder on my iPad where I started to write down farfarhistorier, granddad tales. Last night I opened the file and read one of the tales for farfar, curious to hear what he thought. The tales was his of course, but written down in my words.
Farfar often talkes about his own farmor (mother of his father). When he grew up she lived in a room on the first floor of farfar´s house. The other day, when we had dinner with my brother in law and his family, we got more farmor tales, and farfar said: "If I could write, I would write a book about farmor."
There and then I decided it is time to add farfar´s farmor tales in the iPad folder, and last night I told farfar to tell me as much as he remember about his farmor.
Today is our last day at Moi for this time. Tomorrow we will be on the road again. After lunch we plan to do a hike up in the hills. Farfar has a special car and is able to drive "everywhere" with it, so he will come with us.
I will bring a notebook, and I plan to ask farfar a million questions.
I am sorry I neither answer your questions, nor reply to your email these days. My internet time is so limited, I have no possibility to do it. But short - yes, yesterday´s dog was Winnie, as Jane commented. my brother in law´s dog. We don´t have a dog, and will never in a million years get one, but Terje loves to play with Winniw when he gats the chance :-)
Today´s photos show farfar preparing yesterday´s dinner, an Easter meal with lamb.
If I were to write a Michelin Guide, farfar´s "restaurant" would be included.