I had a fun experience Sunday afternoon. I went with Agneta and Ola (my sister and brother-in law) on a trip out in the woods to get nettle. Did you know that if you let it rot it will make a very good fertilizer? It smell like manure but it does a good job!
Low and behold! “That’s our car! That’s our car!” My sister got all excited. What are the odds of spotting your former car out on the highway. It was sold six years ago to someone quite a ways from where they live.
Camera-woman springs into action! Here it is, the blue car on the right!
I love pictures of reflections! These were not taken from the back seat and out the window of the car. Ola was gracious enough to step out and take a short walk to capture these pictures for me. The colors are typical for a Swedish country-side house.
The pictures might not be the brightest. But what can you expect at 7:00PM?
As for me, my eyes are close to closing. I’m helping my dad pack for an upcoming move, so I am ready for horizontal position. It’s been a long day, but with a highlight. The visit of me great-niece Olivia and her dad. Here is Olivia with my dad, her great-grandfather.
Olivia has some exciting days ahead. She is waiting for news about where she will end up as an exchange student in the USA. Hopefully close to Springfield. Wouldn’t it be great if she ended up in Springfield? Or in Green Bay where my brother lives? One can always hope!
If Agneta and Ola’s car could end up in front of us on the highway, couldn’t this beautiful girl end up close to where I live? What are the odds? Only God knows!