Saturday, September 6, 2008

Some Light Reading

We're almost wrapped up with posts about this year's International Convention--there may be another post or two about it early next week. However, in the meantime I've found some interesting blogs that you might like to read over the weekend.

First up there is My Little Norway, a blog written by L-Jay, Moose and Lilu, a family living in Norway. I think it's a great blog because it's for those who love going beyond 'tourist' and discovering the real people, places, food, and culture of Norway!

Next, take a look at An American in Oslo, which is written by Patrick, an IT worker in Oslo. But don't let his profession foll you into thinking the blog is all about computer stuff. Nope, this blog talks about the good and bad things that come with living in Oslo.

Last, but not least is RennyBA's Terella, a blog about Norway and the Nordic countries; the significant four seasons, our culture, traditions, habits and sometimes some Scandinavian food.

Please remember, before you read these blogs that the opinions and statements made within them are not necessarily those of Sons of Norway. We just thought you'd like to read more about Norway or from others in Norway.

Have a great weekend everyone! We'll be back with new posts on Monday afternoon!

2 comments:

RennyBA said...

Thanks - what I great honour to be listed here!

I do the best I can as a local, to tell about my country; our culture and tradition. Your endorsement is really an encouragement.

My Little Norway said...

Tusen takk

Thank you so much for linking to our site My Little Norway. We are brand new (only three weeks old) but are very excited about sharing our wonderful home, especially with the Sons of Norway. Sons of Norway is quite known in Norway as a home away from home in America. We are delighted that you provide a 'community' for Norwegian-Americans to discover their Nordic heritage. We have lots of things planned for our blog and we hope that the members of Sons of Norway will continue to discover the exciting little details of life in Norway and what it means to be Norwegian.

Vi snakkes
L-Jay, Moose and Lilu