Saturday, April 19, 2008

Friends - Part III

-Don't walk in front of me, I may not follow.
Don't walk behind me, I may not lead.
Walk beside me and be my friend-
Lets meet my friends!
In 2005-2007 I was lucky to meet both some of my closest and "old" penpals as well as some new! You can see the photos here.
Amy, Robert, Heike, Karin, Annette, Marta, Minna - I don't know what I'd do without you!
Photo: I, Bethu and my Finnish penpal Minna, Kiia village, Estonia, August 2007.
Photo: I and my Portuguese penpal Marta, Porto, Portugal, September 2006.
Photo: I and my Estonian penpal Eda, on a small island near Pärnu, Estonia, August 2006.
Photo: I and my Norwegian penpal Annette, Palmse, Estonia, July 2006.
Photo: I, my Italian penpal Brigida and her friends, Forli, Italy, June 2006.
Photo: I, Kert and my Scottish penpal Amy's family, Muhu island, Estonia, August 2005.
Photo: I and my best friend Kristi, Plitvicka, Croatia, August 2005.
Photo: I and my German penpal Heike, Nürnburg, Germany, August 2005.
Photo: I and my Polish penpal Robert, Kiia village, Estonia, August 2005.
Photo: I and my Norwegian penpal Karin, Skaret, Norway, January 2005. Photo: I, my Norwegian penpal Annette, and her boyfriend Anders, Oslo, Norway, January 2005.


Annette said...

Gosh, is it already 3 years since we met in Oslo?!?! Where do the time go??

It is very nice to read your blog:-)
I appreciate your friendship very much:-)

Love from Annette

Karin said...

Yeah, time really flies, Annette! In fact, at first I made a mistake and wrote that we met in Oslo in 2006... And then I realized it was a year before that! I couldn't believe it myself either :).


*m* said...

it seems we meet every 5 years! haha it's great but we can always reduce that time, you're always welcome.

Karin said...

Hey, remember - you still haven't been to Estonia, Marta :) And certainly it has to be sooner than in 5 year's period!!!
To others: I and Marta have met once in Finland (in 2001) and second time in Portugal (in 2006), and now, the next time MUST be in Estonia, hopefully before 2011!