First chapter, Fieldwork: a Rite of passage gave view of Barbara visit to a village, Taarnby of Denmark. In this chapter, she gave an overview of her professional and personal fieldwork experience. Second chapter, Getting Started: First Impressions was an account of her first encounter with the village life of Denmark where she went for her work. Participant Observation: Cooking School, this chapter was about her cooking experience in which she explained that there was a little difference in pronunciation of flour and sugar, which lead to cooking experience of disastrous meat loaf. Demands of Daily Living: The Bathhouse in this chapter she explained her first bath experience in very funny style. How she tried to take a bath in a bathhouse of village and she did not new how to take it. Then few villagers helped her in taking bath. Social Networking: The Queen’s Lace Caper in this chapter she tries to explain her social networking efforts. Acquiring Status: A New Villager in this chapter she explained how she gained trust of villagers and they started taking her as a new villager. Identifying Cultural Themes “A Framework for Data Analysis”, is a chapter she told that after getting the status of villager how she started her work and started analyzing the data. A Key Informant: The Store by the Sea, in this chapter she explained her experience of a store where a storekeeper gave her an important information.