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... of her money but finally arrived in Iowa and started work as a housekeeper.
Signe eventually married and had 2 daughters, Violet (Bruce's grandmother) and Frances. Signe left Iowa and took both girls to a farm a few miles outside Randolph, NE. It was here where she settled to raise her family. This ...
This was a school day and I spent the day in our partner school in Jakobsberg. The Swedes are very fond of their coffee and a classy coffee machine in the staff room is a welcome friend.
Schools in Sweden are not too different from those in the UK but the different climate means that ...
... After lunch we went to Sormlandsleden which is a hiking trail and we went on a hike for the afternoon. We really enjoyed our hike and we could get closer with nature at the same time. We had a great day today and we are looking forward to ...
... then went to a cafe in town to have our afternoon fika, a Swedish word to describe taking a break to have a coffee and snack. We tried one of the traditional Swedish snack of a "chocolate ball" which is exactly as it sounds, a ball of chocolate rolled in coconut.
We had a relaxing night to prepare for our next day in Stockholm, made dinner in her residence, hung out with some of her friends and got a tour of inside her university.
... coincidental that everyone had turned up at the same time as MY mum had organised a secret surprise lunch for me to say welcome home! :)
I am so lucky to have such wonderful people in my life, both in Sweden and New Zealand, my two homes!
Today we are going to the beach as it is the first really summery sunny day!
Love to everyone back home in NZ, hope you are well and wish you all could join me in Sweden!