Last year, my eldest daughter Angelika Jane asked me if she could see the Shakira concert in Oslo. I said it would be okey as long as she has more than 1 friend that would go with her. The concert was on March 11 at Oslo Spectrum and she had 3 friends with her. It is her first time to go out at night and in Oslo! We, of course drove her and picked her up at the venue. She probably think we are nuts repeating all the warnings. Do not go to the toilet alone. Do not talk to strangers. Do not go out of the building without your friends. Do not… do not… do not…
Her first night out in Oslo went well. She enjoyed the concert very much. I should have not been worried after all. Generally, Oslo is a very safe place and Oslo Spectrum for that matter.
While we were waiting for A.J., we had the chance to go back to our old neighborhood at Ekeberg and visited our neighbor and good friends Elizabeth Walker (an American) who is married to Terje Gewelt. We had a very good time with them. We found out that the new album Terje released is doing very well in the market. If you are into Jazz, you might want to check out NORWEGIAN SONG. Highly recommended! Not because I am partial to Terje being my friend. The album comprises of Norwegian folk songs and 2 of Edvard Grieg’s compositions. Ved Rondane (By the Rondane Mountains) and Arietta. Lucky for me, I got a free copy.
This is the view I miss.
Terje & Elizabeth’s — Nellie the dog
Yesterday was “Barnehage Dag” (Kindergarten day). There was an assembly of kids at the Nordbytjerne and I was there like a stage mother following her kid around. LOL.
There were about 1000 kids in this assembly
… and some kids just want to use some energy a little…
Tatyana and Kristian having a time out from running around
The still frozen Nordbytjerne