Pride

21/08/2017


Godmorgen til jer. Har I mon haft en rar weekend? Her har den stået på lidt baby-fri tid og sjælden tosomhed med min mand. Så dejligt og tiltrængt. Vi spiste hummer-burger og rejemadder på Mefisto i Aarhus og slentrede ellers en tur rundt i Latinerkvarteret hånd i hånd. Kameraet havde jeg ladet blive hjemme, så i stedet får I her til morgen lidt billeder helt tilbage fra slutningen af maj, hvor vi var taget en tur til Skovgaard Museet i Viborg for at se udstillingen Hovmod af den britiske kunstner Rebecca Louise Law. 

Udstillingen var en del af et udstillingssamarbejde mellem en række østjyske museer under overskriften 'De syv dødssynder' i anledning af Europæisk Kulturhovedstad Aarhus 2017. Og nøj, hvor var det dog en smuk udstilling. Så poetisk, fin og tankevækkende. Jeg er så glad for, at vi lige nåede at se den, inden den sluttede.

Saxo havde lige lært at sidde op selv på dét tidspunkt, så da billedet af ham blev taget, stod Mads på spring i kulissen i det tilfælde, at han skulle vælte bagover. Det skete heldigvis ikke :-) Og sikke meget, der er sket med ham siden. Nu sidder han aldrig stille, han er begyndt at 'synge' med på sange (som mest lyder som da-da-da) og hans yndlingslegetøj er et målebånd. Skøre, dejlige dreng :-) 

Good morning everybody. Have you had a nice weekend? We finally managed to have some baby free time and enjoyed a bit of twosomeness. So nice and much needed indeed. We ate lobster burger and shrimp sandwiches at Mefisto in Aarhus and strolled around the Latin Quarter hand in hand. I left the camera back home, so in stead I'll show you some pictures from a trip we took to Skovgaard Museet in Viborg back in the end of May. We went to see the exhibition 'Pride' by the British artist, Rebecca Louise Law.

The exhibition was part of a collaboration between an array of museums in East Jutland with the theme 'the seven deadly sins' on the occasion of Aarhus being European Capital of Culture 2017. It was such a beautiful exhibition. So poetic and thought provoking. I'm so happy that we just managed to see it before it ended.

At that time, Saxo had just learned to sit up. So when the picture was taken, Mads was ready to jump in on the sideline, in case he was tilting. Fortunately, that didn't happen :-) And so much has happened with Saxo since then. Now, he never sits still, he has just begun 'singing' along on songs (which mainly sounds like 'da-da-da', but still) and his favourite toy is a measuring tape. Funny, wonderful child :-)      

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