Friday, February 3, 2017

Pappa on TV

This month is Heart Month and, because Andreas does research in the area, he was asked to do an interview on a Montreal morning news show. Yesterday morning, he got up early and left before the boys woke up. I put the TV on, hoping to catch a glimpse of the interview. While getting breakfast ready, Alexander called out to let me know that Andreas' interview was on. I told the other 2 boys that Pappa was on TV. From the usual chaos came total quiet... What? Pappa was on TV? Why? I explained that it was because of his work and the lady on TV was asking Pappa about ways to keep your heart healthy. Suddenly, Oliver yelled out: "Hey, Pappa,Pappa, Pappa, Pappa! You are on TV! Come see.. you are on TV!" I don't think that he gets the concept 100% because, when I explained that Pappa was on TV right now, he said "He is there? Can he see himself on TV? Can he hear me? Hey, Pappa! You are on TV!" The other 2 boys were just in awe: Pappa, on TV... just like a Youtuber ;) Now, THAT is cool ;)

Happy Friday evening xox


Hey! Pappa on TV!


10 comments:

  1. Ha ha what a reaction from the boys. :-D
    And respect to Andreas.

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    1. Mange tak :) It definitely gave them something to talk about at school ;)

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  2. Great respect for Andreas work.
    The thoughts ran away with me because. Oliver's reaction as well as the big boys feedback about youtube.
    When my youngest daughter was reading in Bucharest, I was visiting my mother, and she spoke with my youngest via Skype, that she could see the youngest seemed a little wrong, for her it was the only something could happen via television.

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    1. Haha! That is a great story ;) I also remember that Skype was a little strange for them... and- I have to admit- a little strange for me too ;)

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  3. Hey! I didn't know Andreas did research in this area!! What exactly does he do! Wow. Great respect. Researchers saved my life a few years back. I'd love to talk with him. I did a lot of volunteer work for the heart and stroke foundation of BC and Yukon. Great organization and cause. :)

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    1. Hi there! He does work looking at the early phase cell signalling associated with atherosclerosis. So glad that research helped you! It is our passion <3 Any time you want to talk, I can put you in touch xox

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  4. That's a great way to start the day!!

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    1. Almost as cool as Youtube gamers ;) xox

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