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O Casal:


em portugues:

Carioca do Rio de Janeiro,casada com o holandes Peter,de Amsterdam.
Nos nos casamos no Rio, em abril de 2003 e chegamos a Holanda em dezembro de 2003.
Conheci o Peter em janeiro de 2001. Ele foi ao Brasil, de ferias. Naquela epoca, eu morava em Sao Paulo - pois estava terminando o meu curso de Direito.
Hoje ja estamos mais adaptados a toda essa mudanca. Ainda falta muita coisa. Leva tempo. Mas valeu pena. Estamos felizes.
Ja passamos muita coisa. Ja conseguimos falar um pouco o holandes. Os meninos ja falam tudo. Entendo bastante. Por que nao dizer muito? Falo menos que isso (rs...). Peter ja entende mais portugues do que diz saber. Desistir? Nunca. Vamos ate o fim em tudo. E enquanto prosseguimos, voce aproveita e compartilha com a gente da nossa historia e nossas fotos!!

in English:

Naldy, Brazilian, from Rio de Janeiro, married to the Dutch Peter, from Amsterdam.
We married in Rio on April 2003 and started living together in Holland in December, 2003.
I met Peter in january, 2001.In Brazil. He was on vacation. At that time I was living in Sao Paulo because I was finishing my studies to become a lawyer.
Now we are more used to our new life here. Off course there are so many things to know, to learn. It takes time. But it is worth it.
We are happy.
We have experienced a lot. I can speak some Dutch. The kids can speak Dutch already. I could say a lot. I talk less than this. (lol). Peter understands more Portuguese than he tells us! Give up? Never. We will go on until the end. And while we are here, why don t you enjoy sharing our story and our pictures?

Eu amo :
Musica-especialmente bossa nova- e a que toca aqui e PASSEAR do Helio Zaggaglia e eu canto!, gosto de dormir, amigos, cinema, filmes, shopping!!
Mas amo de paixao meus filhotes, o meu amor, minha familia e JESUS.

Eu odeio:
Inveja, ciume, falsidade, calor de 40 graus, frio com aquela chuva fininha
que nao dah pra usar sombrinha, suco de abacaxi.

Minhas Dicas:

Aulas de Holandes

Flog dos Nossos Filhos:

Fotolog do Filipe

Fotolog do Lucas
Orkut dos Nossos Filhos:

Orkut do Filipe

Orkut do Lucas

Sites interessantes:

Mundo Pequeno
Dutch language links
Google - BUSCA
IND - Imigracao
Traducoes Altavista
Empregos para quem nao fala holandes
Undutchables, empregos
Jornal O Globo
Tudo sobre a Holanda
Cidade de Eindhoven
Cidade Maravilhosa - Rio!
English Churches in Holland
E-Kerk - Igrejas na Holanda
Aglow International Eindhoven
English Speaking Aglow in Europe
Igreja Presbiteriana da Tijuca
IECT-Igreja Congregacional Tijuca

Dicas para vir para Holanda:

Blogo aqui também:

Familia Virtual:

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The WeatherPixie

Rio de Janeiro:

The WeatherPixie

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 Saturday, March 14, 2009                

Noah's arch

Man builds working replica of Noah's Ark (exact scale given in Bible)in Schagen, Netherlands.
in Schagen, Netherlands

The massive central door in the side of Noah's Ark was opened to the first crowd of curious townsfolk to behold the wonder. Of course, it's only a replica of the biblical Ark, built by Dutch creationist, Johan Huibers, as a testament to his faith in the literal truth of the Bible.

The ark is 150 cubits long, 30 cubits high an d 20 cubits wide. That's two-thirds the length of a football field and as high as a three-story house.

Life-size models of giraffes, elephants, lions, crocodiles, zebras, bison and other animals�greet visitors as they arrive in the main hold.

A contractor by trade, Huibers built the ark of cedar and pine. Biblical Scholars debate exactly what the wood used by Noah would have been.

Huibers did the work mostly with his own hands, using modern tools and with occasional help from his son, Roy. Construction began in May 2005. On the uncovered top�-�deck not quite ready in time for the opening - will come a petting zoo, with baby lambs, chickens, goats and one camel.

Visitors on the first day were stunned. 'It's past comprehension', said Mary Louise Starosciak, who happened to be bicycling by with her husband while on vacation when they saw the ark looming over the local landscape.

'I knew the story of Noah, but I had no idea the boat would have been so big ' There is enough space near the keel for a 50-seat film theater where kids can watch a video that tells the story of Noah and his ark Huibers, a Christian man, said he hopes the project will renew interest in Christianity in the Netherlands, where church-going has fallen dramatically in the past 50 years.

Now that I am old and Gray...give me the time to tell This new generation (and their children too) About all your mighty miracles.
Psalm 71:18


Blogger Prof. Israel Lima said...

Parabéns, pelo blog, tá lindo!!!

Prof. Israel Lima



4:05 PM  
Blogger Lu Olhosde Mar said...

to de volta de férias!!!! mnina, não é q o cara construiu uma arca mesmo...??? q coisa! beijo!!!!

6:09 AM  

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