The Norns in Norse mythology are Goddesses who rule the destiny of Gods and men. The Norns spin the threads of fate at the foot of Yggdrasil, the tree of the world. Whereas the origin of the name norn is uncertain, it may derive from a word meaning "to twine" and which would refer to their twining the thread of fate.
Odin (Asgard). The highest northern god, alias Forefather (Alfödr). Odin was the creator of the world and father of all gods. He is depicted on his throne (Hlidskjalf), with a helmet (Hjalmberi), spear (Gungni), his two wolves (Geri & Freki) and crows (Hugin & Munin), under a tree of the world (ash Yggdrasil). He is Lord of the castle Valhalla in Asgard. Asgard is one of nine worlds in northern cosmogony, that is of home of gods, above Midgard (world of people).
In Norse mythology the Sun and Moon are known as Sol and Máni. Sol and Máni are constantly racing across the skies in their chariots because of the two wolves that chase them, Skoll and Hati. The two wolves are children of a Jotun that lived in the east woods. Skoll spends all his time pursuing the sun with ambitions to swallow it whole, as Hati pursues Máni with the same intentions. This is why there is night and day.
Michael Buble...stopped during a concert by the mom of a 15 year old boy, who wants him to know that her son wants to be a singer. Michael, being the gracious person he is invites the boy onstage to sing with him....the expression on Michael's face as the first few notes escape the boys mouth are absolutely priceless. - This is actually awesome!