Oh, it’s so hard to say goodbye to our trip home to the mountains of North Carolina. These ancient, magical, soul-filled mountains. To be honest, I was a bit nervous about coming “home” to Asheville and my parents’ place. I anticipated having that “what the hell have we done by making Sweden our home” feeling…
whoa. my introverted soul is freaking out right now. ok, not really. but, i did sleep until 8:30 this morning (unheard-of for me!) and haven’t gotten out of my pjs all day. why, you wonder? because i have been super social this week. and i have neeeeeded some downtime today. which i’ve gotten. but, i..
hey you guys! it’s spring up here in the northern hemisphere! or… not. the date says that it is spring. the weather? not so much. it’s trying to be spring here in sweden, but it’s taking foreeeeever. as usual. that’s how the seasons roll up here in the nordic countries. winter is gone (though snow..
happy thanksgiving, all you americans out there! turkey day is here, and i would give any, any, anything to be in the states with my family watching the mace’s thanksgiving day parade, helping my mom in the kitchen, stuffing my face with delicious food, spending the rest of the day laid out on the sofa..