Let's start with fika. Fika means to have coffee in Swedish. It is the most important word for us Swedes as it means so much to us. Fika isn't just sitting down having a coffee. it's all about what you have with your coffee and who you have it with. You can go to a cafe or sit at home, you can bake your fika bread or buy it, the important thing is that it is well thought out and that you've made an effort :-) So if you only learn one word in Swedish make sure it is Fika :-D
I haven't put my make up on yet. Am waiting for a guy to come pick up the spare single bed we have in the little room, soon to be baby's room. Then I'm meeting Deirdre for a Starbucks and at three pm I'm having cupcakes with Shirin and Gabriela at the Hummingbird Bakery.
Two tops: Primark, dress (worn as skirt): Zara (very old)
Yesterday I had the urge to bake. Don't know where the baking urge came from, probably the nesting that has begun :-) I made apple and banana crumble pie, sponge cake and lingonberry bread as Husband finished painting the baby room
It all turned out ok, the bread was a little bit doughey, but Husband still liked it. His brother in law gave him some homemade pate and apparently it was a perfect combination :-)
Going to read some blogs and then maybe have a nap on the sofa as I wait for the bed to be picked up. I bought a pair of jeans and a jumper yesterday, will show them later...