An Adventure in Stockholm, Sweden
Now that is something you don't see everyday! Kind of cute though :)
Did you join? Hehe :) It looks beautiful there though!
The pictures don't exactly show it properly, because it was just the middle of the big hall and some people were walking about looking at exhibitions and then these people were dancing in the middle - so crazy! But cute for sure, they were mostly really old!Couldn't persuade hubby to join this time, but maybe one day!!
Hi, I just found your blog and I love it already. Im a swedish gal who moved to Connecticut 3 years ago with husband, tree kids and our dog. I started my blog in 2008. Reading your fun blog is so similar to what I felt when I first got here - except that I could speak the language...Hope you find some american friends soon, its always fun with some country fellas to hang with. The swedes can be a bit tough to get to know but once you do, we are a fun, friendly and cool crew. About the guys....enjoy...I miss them...a lot...And, some advice, dont reply to your haters that think they know it all in the comments. They are not worth it...In just a few months you will experience the most beautiful spring ever. You will love Stockholm..the greatest town on earth if you ask me..and yes, I do miss my hometown even though I loooove my life here in the US.
You brought a tree with you from Sweden? That is so awesome!!! I have a friend who proposed to his girlfriend in a field in Illinois, and when they moved to Texas they dug up the bit of field that they got engaged on, and took it with them and planted it in their new yard, but that is even cooler!Thanks so much for checking out my blog, I can't wait for spring!!
haha I saw my spelling mistake...but I made you smile...
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