Monday, October 26, 2009

Holy *expletive deleted* Batman!

Uh, so, I uh, may have a teensy little problem that somehow slipped my mind over the last couple of weeks.

I fly out of Copenhagen Airport at 10:55 on a Sunday morning.

I live in Århus.

I may need to pick up something from Copenhagen University before I set sail flight, which would mean I need to be in Copenhagen before Friday at 3.

I am not keen on sleeping on park benches.

Anyone catching my drift, here?

Alright, I'll say it flat out: Anyone wanna put up an Archaeogoddess for two nights?  Or split the deal, a night on one floor here and one night there?  The lovely persons I normally call for floor space are both out of the country.

I can bring you a bottle of wine per each night I crash and I'll let you hold my trowel!  Or I can bring you flowers and I'll take pictures of you wearing my dig boots!

I'm not too picky, but closer to a means of public transportation that can get me to the airport on Sunday morning is better.

Interested?  Way excited to have a real live archaeologist on your floor?  Email me (email should be in the sidebar over on your right somewhere)!

The interwebs is an amazing thing!  And expat bloggers are wonderful people!  Thank you everyone who contacted me (and to those just now reading this and saying "oh, I totally want the Archaeogoddess in my home - oh drat, missed my opportunity!") as I have found a place to stay!

Hugs to you all!


  1. if u are India , you are welcome

  2. I'd love to host you but I live an hour and half away from the airport. Sorry!

  3. @ abhi: Oh, now you've done it, I'm totally coming to India! :-)

    @ Bluefish: Thanks for thinking of me anyway!

  4. Well, I was going to offer, but was worried you would scoff at the idea, saying something about Stockholm not being near Copenhagen...

  5. Anonymous7:06 PM

    Hey Archaeo

    Dang! I wish I was in Copenhagen so you could crash in my sofa. I'll be home on Saturday morning (31st) just in case you still need a place for Saturday night. I live very close to the airport.

  6. Anonymous8:18 PM

    I've been lurking for a while, enjoying your blog. Here is my suggestion for the caption to your header:

    Archeogoddess: not necessarily part of the fossil record

    Maybe a "yet" after "record" would be appropriate ... it is, afterall, where we are all headed.



  7. I guess Texas, USA is a little out of the way huh? How about if I ever get to hold your trowel, you can hold my rock hammer and we'll compare boot scuffs!


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