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Let’s get social 4? Danu

I don’t have much to say about how I look and it’s quite a long time I’m no longer vain about that… But I now I look 10-15 years older… Always get the ticket for the 65 &+ at the Musée de Beaux-Art de Montréal (Michael know what that is)… So, here I am, ugly mug and all…

Danu

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December 26, 2007 - Posted by | Art |

10 Comments »

  1. Nice picture Danu! Nice to see you!
    Don’t say you are ugly please!! You are not!!

    I will post my picture soon 🙂

    >>Mari<<

    Comment by Bird in Love | December 26, 2007

  2. Nice to meet you Danu! This is a surprise for me. Somehow I had you imagined as 26!

    Madame Monet

    Comment by wpm1955 | December 26, 2007

  3. After having seen all your self-portraits I was expecting a quite devilish look! So funny to see your real face now, not devilish at all, and of course not ugly at all!
    Thanks Danu!

    Comment by Miki | December 26, 2007

  4. Great compliment to Danu, Madame Monet! But I agree, if I didn’t know better, I would expect a young guy… in fact a lamb in a wolf skin!

    Comment by Miki | December 26, 2007

  5. Pleased to “meet” you Danu! Hope you had a great Christmas day.

    Comment by kevmoore | December 26, 2007

  6. Nice to finally meet you Danu the mind behind such interesting posts here and more specifically on your blog.
    I’m 52 Danu and you certainly don’t look older than me.
    Glad you stepped up to the gates to introduce yourself.
    I did read and correct me if I am wrong but you are from Romania? If so then it would please you to know my father is from Ukraine and I am first generation here in Canada. Two brothers out of family of six in 1940 something at very young age {13 – 15} left Ukraine because of the invasion of Germany. My dad died two years ago and I got to say goodbye. {I told him he was my hero}
    There is a movie {I Am David} which is about a boy who walks several thousand {km’s} to his freedom. This movie I bought and showed to my children {WHO} their Dido {grandfather} was. They now watch it each year on their own his anniversary of his passing.
    {Musée de Beaux-Art de Montréal} Ah yes everyone. I live in a village 65 kms. north of Montreal in the Laurentian Mountains in a little ski resort village of Ste-Adele. Danu knows that. There is a {Cross} on the summit in St-Adele that is lit at night and it was the original Cross of Montreal’s {Westmount Mountain} years ago but it was too small. They installed a {Bigger One} and the other ended up here in Ste-Adele.
    Merry Christmas Danu and nice to meet you.

    Comment by Michael | December 26, 2007

  7. Merry Christmas, Danu! And thank you for sharing your handsome pic 🙂

    Comment by shelleymhouse | December 26, 2007

  8. Thanks, everybody! You are all very, very kind. I am honored to be here with you and certainly hope we all will share again and again good, interesting stories…about coffee, and coffee cups and about everything else who gets our attention… It,s a great club (the best) and I be always be thankful to Miki and Kew for starting this… I’ll try to answer more specific questions personally in the next days…

    I’ll be 52 in february, Michael. Of course, I suspect you or your parents or grandparents came from some East European country like myself… Poland or Ukraine…Glad we are “neighbours”… and there is an electrified 50 m cross not far away from where I live in Sherbrooke, on Mount Bellevue…

    Joyeux Noel, everybody!

    Comment by iondanu | December 26, 2007

  9. You are such a young guy, Danu! You could be my young brother, I always dreamt of having one!
    Which day exactly?
    I’ll be 53 on 12th may.
    Oh, I’ve just got an idea!

    Comment by Miki | December 26, 2007

  10. Oh my goodness, Miki my wife Nathalie’s birthday is the 12th of may, 1971. If you calculate that I could be her father. haha. That’s how I stayed so young. Another thing I said on an earlier post {a meeting of spirit and mind} and perhaps its got to do with the fact that I know my wife so well and then again I don’t know her at all, which makes life with her interesting because it is always fresh and ever changing. Used to be hard to keep up with that but I found the {groove}.

    Comment by Michael | December 26, 2007


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