Sunday, November 28, 2010


How could I have gone so long in Norway without eating lutefisk? Lutefisk is a traditional Norwegian dish. It is fish that has been soaked in lye until it turns into a jelly-like consistency. Loved, hated, cherished, and feared, no one is neutral in their attitude towards this bizarre dish. I finally got a chance to taste it on Saturday. Here's a picture of me after the first bite. Divine!

Saturday my office had our winter celebration. First we went to see a comedy show at Olavshallen, and then to the Julebord at Rica Nidelven. There were over 300 kinds of food, and I think I tried them all.

It's time to gather energy now, our national math teacher conference starts this week, followed by a kindergarten math conference, and I have sizable roles in both conferences. It's going to be go-go-go! this week.

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