Danes Take on Global Threat of Insect Apocalypse

Liam – April 8, 2019 During my final summer as a counselor at an overnight camp in Michigan, I experienced a harrowing run-in with a horde of earwigs. They’re those bugs that look a little like less-friendly lightning bugs with pincers protruding from their rumps instead of a pretty bio-luminescent glow. I was at the…

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Danish Pancakes for a Long Winter

Mia – March 25, 2019 There was one good thing about this interminable winter—it extended pancake season. Pancake season begins in my house with the first frosty morning and ends when cold cereal is ushered in by warm spring mornings. While we mostly eat pancakes for breakfast on weekends and holidays, I’ve been known to…

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Never Too Late for Love

Ingrid – February 11, 2019 Last week, I told you about the book I bought for Farfar, Kierkegaard’s Works of Love, when I was visiting my brother in Seattle. Yesterday, I brought it to Farfar at The Danish Home. He was familiar with the book by the famous Danish philosopher but hadn’t yet read it.…

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