Monday, February 25, 2008

Tip Top

My favourite ice cream. When I was a kid, I used to love this ice cream, Tip Top. But all of the sudden they stopped making it. And a few years ago when I came back to visit here in Sweden, they had brought back this wonderful delight. Makes me feel like a kid again when I see it.

Anniversary's Count...

Someone asked me, "doesn't all anniversary's get scratched and become one when you get married? I said, "They all count, and that's why you my friend are still single." I think all anniversary's should count. I am not saying that every anniversary needs to be extravagant with fancy dinners and gifts. Just acknowledged and appreciated. Happy One Year Engagement Anniversary, baby. Miss you and love you!

Friday, February 22, 2008

A Moose is a Moose...

Last weekend we went to a Swedish flea market. You could get pretty good deals there, especially if you go there on a Sunday. I saw this blanket and I just had to have it. I have noticed that I like to collect blankets. They are so nice to snuggle up under when your relaxing on the couch, or cuddling up with your sweetie. This one caught my eye, because of the moose's. Perfect to keep you warm and cuddly in the winter.

Moose Blanket

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Since I wasn't with my Sweetheart on Valentines, I took this pictures of some baked Valentine goodies...

Looks as yummy as my honey...

Back at home

So, I know I haven't been blogging for over a month now. But there has just been so much craziness going on and a lot of work. And unfortunately, the blog had to suffer. Hopefully, I can get my writing spirit going again.

Right now, I'm in Sweden, visiting my parents. Its not really vacation as I have brought my work with me. My trip is for four wonderful weeks, and I have already spent two of them. The first week I did take off from work, and I spent a couple of days in Stockholm browsing around.

So what can I say about this capital of Sweden, it has changed quite a bit since I last been there over three years ago. More stores and cozy cafe´s. One thing that I do miss in Toronto, is the Swedish cafe´s. No matter how busy you are here, you always have time to sit down with friends or family and have a cup of coffee and something delicious to go with it.

I came back to Sweden right in time for this delicious baked goodie, a Semla. Which is a traditional baked goodie in February, which everyone eats on a particular day, Fettisdag, or like me, every chance you get. Doesn't it look yummy!

This is called a Semla, delicious.