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... have been around when Grandma Sig lived here.
Just after the turn of the century, Sweden experienced difficult economic times. Her family was struggling to support the children. At only 14 years old, Signe and a younger brother had to leave the family. They set off for America all by themselves. They had a sponsor in Iowa who would take them in and give them a job until they got established. The records at Ellis Island indicate ...
... have more space for boots and bulky warm clothing. Pupils go out to play in all weathers, unlike in the UK. School lunches are of the serve yourself and help yourself variety with a good choice of hot lunches and salad and vegetables. There is no dessert with the lunch.
... Europe that I can truly say I have felt out of place, lost and suffering from extreme culture shock. Up until then I had traveled to cities and countries that I could speak the language, or at the very least read and understand the signs. Swedish is a language I will not even begin to try and understand. If you try really hard, you can find the English word hidden among 15 additional letters. That brings me to their currency. I arrived ...
Eskilstuna is a great little city, but again not one that any tourist would have a need to stop at. It is beautiful, and old but does not really have anything that other Swedish towns do not. As we just learned in class, the main industry here is Volvo construction equipment. It is an old mill town, as it is on River EskilstunaŚn, ...
... sharing her single tiny bed with her. If talking about Nina, we used to eat ice-cream in her bed while watching movies, or inviting our very good Martin for food parties. No wonders why we gained a lot of kilos over there, haha!
The best part of living in Signalisten was our Tuesday sessions and all other night sessions, that we used to call nights at Flygplatz (airport). We used to go to Yigit's (turkish guy in my floor room) with other nationalities ...