Swedish Thanksgiving?!

Hello, all. It’s been a minute. I missed blogging for a few weeks, but it is honestly because I was having so much FUN. Time is going by so quickly and I don’t want my time in Stockholm to come to an end.

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Last week was thanksgiving, and my host family was so sweet to let us have a Thanksgiving dinner. They had never had some traditional thanksgiving dishes, so this was really exciting! It was also new to me because I’ve never headed up a thanksgiving dinner, I’ve always just helped with a dish here and there if I was old enough.

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Thankfully, it came out delicious and the food was a hit for the most part (my youngest host sister was a bit skeptical of sweet potato casserole). My host family also invited some of their extended family to our dinner and it was so nice to have them eat with us!

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Now, I have about two weeks left, so time is really winding down. I’m trying to enjoy my time here and do all the bucket list things I have left. I know I’ll come back here one day, but it’ll probably be a while and that is sad to think about. I’ve loved my time here so much and Scandinavian culture is one of my favorites. I hope that when I go home, I take the most influential pieces of my time here home with me.

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