Sunday, April 30, 2006

Tea and Don in Aarslev Posted by Picasa

Tea's 4 drawings of Slade Posted by Picasa

Tea and Dave dancing on stage (c) Per Christensen Posted by Picasa

Slade in Aarslev

Saturday Tea and I went to a Slade-concert at a Glam Rock Festival in Danish town Aarslev. It was just so great! I spent the day with Don and Hanne and a lot of other nice people and Tea just had the time of her life! She's very fond of Slade, especially Dave and Don and I got some great pics of her sitting on Don's lap.
When it was time for Slade to go on stage Tea insisted on holding Don's hand, and it was just so cute seeing the two of them, hand in hand, trotting off towards the venue in the twilight. And finally when it was time to go home Tea got her long-awaited kiss on the hand from Don. She was one happy girl.
Tea had made drawings for everybody in the band and they all appreciated it a lot, maybe especially Dave. During Slade's concert he suddenly got Tea on stage with him and the two of them dance around in front of the audience! He even gave her a little peck on the cheek before she went off stage. To Tea it was no big deal, but I was really amazed. What a wonderful day! Thanks a lot, guys!

Monday, April 10, 2006

The Guardian Angel Of The Tree Posted by Picasa

An art exhibition

Saturday I went to an art exhibition in the town of Nyborg. I was to review the exhibition and as I knew one of the artists it was also a nice opportunity to meet up with her and her husband. I had Tea with me and it was important to me that she got along with Ida and Johnannes, whom she had never met before. You see, Tea and I are Hindus, and Johannes is a teacher of meditation so he is to give Tea her mantra in May. Luckily Tea took an instant liking to him, she even made him a drawing with stars and hearts.
I had hoped we could stay on a bit in Nyborg, so I could show Tea the castle and the harbour, but it was raining cats and dogs, so we decided to go back home directly after the exhibition. Too bad, but at least it was nice meeting Ida and Johannes again. By the way, the painting above is not by Ida, but by one of the other artists, Kirsten Svenstrup. It was Tea's favourite painting at the exhibition.


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