Dienstag, 13. April 2010
TWD: Swedish Visiting Cake
And I think that it sounds funny when Swedish people speak. :o]
So I learned Swedish, but by chance, after the summer-holidays that year I went to Strasbourg, France, for an exchange semester, that ultimately became an exchange year and the basis of my love of France (which was the complete opposite before - my mother's a french teacher. You can imagine all the rest about teenage rebellion against parents...).
But the topic here is Sweden. So, to make it short, I forgot all my Swedish (read: the little bit Swedish I lernt in this one year), and almost all I can say is "min mor är en kassörska", what means "my mother is a till girl" - what is not even true (I seriously have no idea why I did remind that!), and the most simple things like hello, good bye and thanks.
Nevertheless, I still have very positive feelings towards Sweden, and plan to go there since ages. I love the food corner at Ikea, half of my furniture comes from there, and H&M is, despite my advanced age, a place I often shop.