Tuesday, May 18, 2010

grattis! 100 posts!

Today is 100 posts. I don't have anything significant to talk about but here are some pictures.


This was taken at 10:30 last night. Yea...it's getting harder and harder to sleep. The sun is coming up around 5 but it's already starting to get light out around 3:30-4.

This is a murder slug, and they are evil. Although, Fredrik told me yesterday you can boil them and eat them. I threw up in my mouth a little bit when he said that.

This is funny cause it looks like I'm a floating head going around kissing people in their sleep.

I posted a Swedish breakfast awhile ago, but this is an american breakfast. Maybe slightly modified with yogurt and a banana, but don't worry, there was a lot of butter and maple syrup on those pancakes!



This is my springtime, Swedish umbrella. I look like a fool carrying this around amongst all the black and dark blue umbrellas most Swedes carry, but I don't care!

If you know a sign says something important and pertains to you, doesn't it make you nervous if you don't understand it. Imagine seeing this. That's why I took a picture to bring it home to Fredrik and ask "what all does this say?" ;)

This is your Swedish thing of the day. This is Fredrik's favorite bread, ever. I don't know how he will survive without it in the US. But we might have to steal the recipe and learn to make it. He eats this at least twice a day. Breakfast and snacks. He loves it.

The Swedish word of the day is "vÄr" which means "spring" and is pronounced "voor". Spring is definitely and finally in the air here. I will post some pictures of nature soon because it's just breath taking here. I have a tree right outside my window with gorgeous white flowers all over it. It makes me happy. :)

2 comments:

  1. Happy 100 Post Day! Keep them coming

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  2. I love that "Rain-Brella"! That is what Henry calls them!
    Colorado is just now having 'Var' and it is about time!

    Gran of the Dukes
    (I think this tab is open to Sarah's account!)

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