Wednesday, March 25, 2009

"It's a small world..."

Today, happened one of the things in life, which just happen once.

Around noon today, I was in the local shop, here in the village, where I live, to buy lasagna. Upon entering, through the corner of my eye, I saw someone at the counter, paying for the stuff he had bought.

When I come outside, this same someone was standing there, and asked me: "Excuse me Mister, are you by any chance, the author of ?", and I answered, that I was, and he introduced himself as "brelok", which ofcourse is the guy, who writes a blog in polish, about the Faroe Islands.

It was a meeting of chance, which i'll probably never forget. During our conversation, he said: "It's a small world...", and I can only concur.


giovanni said...

I hope one day I will bring you a good lasagna. It's my dream a trip in your country. see ya!

Emilio said...

Good Bloog my friend!! Congratulations!!

good luck!! See you!

Anonymous said...

... small world ... but Big in the Faroes! ;-)

Fame at last!

- keep up the blogging - don't be shy!


Leif Hagen said...

Hej Faroe pojke! Fun to find your blog. Do you have other favorite Faroe Island blogs? Someone should start a Faroe daily photo blog! Check out: Hilsen fra Hagen med EAGAN daily photo i Minnesota, USA

Hans and Shinta við Neyst said...

Goðan dag! Ha! I finally found someone who is blogging about Føroyar. I'm Indonesian but my husband is Faroese and we are now here in the Faroes. I'm going to link your blog to mine =)

syiling peringatan malaysia said...

ou have a great blog about your country ..congrat ...

blessingsgoddess said...

Enjoyable blog; it's not often people come up and identify you as a blogger !

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Johan said...

Hello from Holland!

Rachel Cotterill said...

The blogging world is tiny! I remember the first time a stranger came up to me (at a conference, not in the street!) and said "I follow you on Twitter", I was gobsmacked.

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