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                                  Ann

Hi! Thanks for stopping by my Contact Page.

Want to let you know that "Hei" is a Norwegian greeting, which mean hi or hello. When you write a letter; call a friend or meet someone you know, you would say: "Hei Kari", or whatever his/her name is.

On my site, I will share stories, facts and information about Norway, my homeland. Also you will find pictures and recipes from various parts of the country. I will take you to places you wouldn't find unless you come along with me.

If you have family in Norway and have lost contact with them, maybe I can give you some pointers on how you can get in touch with them.

Let me know where you are from, it is so much fun having visitors from all over the world. My children, John and Judith, are always encouraging me to keep adding material. I am definitely on their hit parade. They are now adults and have families of their own.

Often times we share stories about what they used to do and say. When my daughter was little, she asked me if I came over to the USA on the Mayflower. She laughs about it now, but she was serious at the time.

When they were little, we made delicious Norwegian Christmas cookies while playing their favorite music - "The Chipmunks".

The kitchen got very messy with flour and dough everywhere, and we had a ball. I rolled out the dough for them and they used the cookie cutters and carefully decorated the cookies. We had tons of fun making memories.

john-judith





I keep on adding pages to my site, so I welcome you to visit my Norway-hei web site from time to time to learn about this country of the north; hear some of my wild stories and find great Norwegian Recipes.

My mom will find out about my "OPS" EVENTS.
by visiting my site - just kidding.

John(14) and Judith (12) (left)

I will enjoy receiving mail from you, if you wish you can get in touch with me by filling the form below.

Thanks again for stopping by my contact page.
See you again! (På gjensyn!)

If you want to learn some Norwegian, check out the links below.

English to Norwegian Translations-Greetings and Phrases
English-Norwegian Translations - Helpful Terms.
English Norwegian Translations - Herbs and Spices.
English Norwegian Translations - Cooking and Baking Terms



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