Sandra is a close friend. Her husband was my neighbor, then my friend, and then, we each had significant others moving in, multiplying our friendship times two. To make life easier, we introduced Thursday Dinner Nights: Instead of cooking for two, you cook for four people, every first Thursday, and you don’t have to cook […]
We all know wonderful people. Why not let them know we find them wonderful and inspiring. Why keep them to ourselves? Here’s me interviewing some of them, and the reasons why I think they are wonderful!
Amy Camber. A Comic Artist.
I met Amy through Sandhurst Cooperative Preschool, Janne’s awesome preschool in Seattle. Her oldest child, two days younger than Janne and obsessed with dragons at the time, was in Janne’s group. Her youngest is about a month older than Willem, although I did not really realize that at the time. Blame the sleep deprivation. Amy […]
Jeroen Robbe. An Activist.
Jeroen is part of the family. Literally. He is the partner of Frederik’s one and only sister, which makes Jeroen my one and only brother-in-law. Both environmental activists, Laura and Jeroen met when they were joining a solidarity action in the Lappersfortbos near Bruges, which was at the time being occupied in order to be saved […]
Victoria – or Tori – McConnell. A Modern Dancer.
Truth is I don’t know Victoria, or Tori, that well. I only met her a couple of times when we were still living in Seattle. She was a friend of a friend, and so we befriended each other on Facebook. But ever since, I love following her on Facebook. It is one of those people […]
Presenting you …Ms. Mallory Kronlund. A Booklover.
Mallory Kronlund is a dear friend to our family and a bibliophile. As she is behind most of my books on this blog, she gets to go first in this section of wonderful people! Mallory is a true Northwestern/beauty, with strawberry hair and a porcelain skin that needs 50 SPF sunscreen at least. It is, […]