If you’ve been reading this blog for a while you’ll probably know: I moved back home to The Netherlands after having an amazing experience in Stockholm.
I came back in the middle of the month, so there were still two lovely weeks in Sweden left. I visited some museums, walked around the city and experienced real cold weather. The last week and a half it has been around -16 degrees Celcius. Brrrrr…
After saying goodbye to my friends from the church I visited, it was time to pack everything up and go back.
Coming home was so nice, seeing my family again and finally hugging Mexy after 5 months. But it took only half a day or so for everything to feel normal again. Soon it seemed to me like I just woke up from the best of dreams. But luckily I have my parents, sister and friend who can pinch me and tell that I really lived there.
I don’t really have pictures of when I got back, but these are the ones from my last days in Stockholm.
When I got back I first spent a week at my parents, visited my sister and brother-in-law for a day and got to see both my grandma’s again.
The week after I moved home to Utrecht, where I got to unpack all of the stuff I have. I can’t believe it still fits into my room and I can’t really believe how I have lived with much less for 5 months. 🙂
Crafts: I started knitting some new buntings, this time in ocre yellow.
Books: After all that reading it was ok to ‘cool off’a bit. I read a few chapters in a Dutch book: Dorsvloer vol Confetti by Franca Treur
Movies/series: When Glee was done, I’ve been watching The 100 and I caught up on a few Dutch series like Expeditie Robinson, Moordvrouw and Divorce.
Favorite moment: Coming home again, but I’m also really grateful for enjoying every last moment in Stockholm.
Suckiest moment: Knowing that ‘normal life’ is about to start again. In February I start my final internship, so I already started ‘training’ my biological clock by shifting my alarm to early hours…