Monthly Archives: February 2016

Week 8-2016. Amersfoort.

 Nobody at the meeting point! The serenity of Sunday afternoon was brutally broken by fire alarm. For a change I decided to monitor the proceedings. After our complaints about the total absence of any form of information and/or instructions I … Continue reading

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Week 6-2016. Amersfoort.

 Snow at last. Surprise: Sunday morning the world around me is white with snow, not much but snow. I ring my son in Eemnes, 20 km further north. They don’t have snow but rain. A pity for them. With my … Continue reading

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Week 6-2016. Amersfoort.

 My path at home. Such a deception: my son rang to inform me about a concert by Phillip Glass in August, clearly in order to get me to buy tickets for the two of us. Ten minutes later he had … Continue reading

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Week 05-2016. Amersfoort.

  Most of my time passes thinking about the imminent allocation of 52 young Syrian and Eritrean men in the building where I live. Fortunately I realize that I am not the only one whose brain is being tossed around … Continue reading

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