Swedish Language Blog

Hej då! Posted by on Jun 26, 2012 in Uncategorized

Dear fellow Sweden lovers and blog readers, the time has come for me to say goodbye to our beloved Swedish blog. After almost three fantastic years, I will attempt motherhood and everything that might bring… With only days to go until due date and possibly the worst June I have ever experienced weather-wise here in UK – and maybe throw in a few hormones in the mix as well – I have been incredibly Sweden-sick lately. The Midsummer weekend was one long torture, not even meatballs, gravadlax or pickled herring helped. If you by any chance don’t know why I was so homesick this weekend, make sure to watch this and the coin will drop instantly.

On that lovely and summery note, I just want to thank you all for your great comment and inputs throughout the years. I have most certainly learned a lot about my beloved Sweden and I have even found a bunch of new friends from all over the world through this great blog. Katja, Steve, Marcus and Tibor – keep up the excellent work! And blog readers, I leave you with three important and very useful words to add to your vocabulary: Hürda Gürda Mürder!

Tack och kram!


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  1. Jerry Nelson:

    Tack för allt! Lycka till med det nya barnet.

  2. Kym:

    Lycka till… kramar!

  3. Judy:

    Congratulations and God bless! It has been a pleasure reading your blog posts!

  4. Jennifer:

    Tack för allt! Really have enjoyed this in the short time I’ve been able to take advantage of it. Is anyone else going to pick up the torch and keep the blog going?

    • jennie:

      @Jennifer Oh yes! THe blog will be running as normal, we are five people who writes it so there will still be posts every day! It’s just me who is taking a break!
      Thank you everyone for your kind words, it means a lot. Stora kramar!

  5. Craig Brown:

    I’ve always thought swedish sounded like german… maybe i’m insane