Monthly Archives: October 2010

Gym!

[Editor’s note: a post for LG] We just got back from our first workouts at our new gym! It’s literally across the back alleyway from our house. I’m hoping this makes a difference in our motivation levels. It took about … Continue reading

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First Snow!

We woke up to fast-falling flurries of snow. If I can trust our roof for an accurate measure, I’d say two inches fell.     And by the end of the day, only patches remained and the sunny sky was … Continue reading

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Low-key weekend

The weekend has been gorgeous — blue skies, lots of sun, and chilly. Matt and I went wandering around downtown by foot and out in the Djurgarden by bike. Yesterday we stopped at a place I’d thought of as a … Continue reading

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And today’s weather…

The prognosis for the day is sun, sun, sun, according to my favorite weather channel, Vader Kanalen. They have photos of their perky staff posed for the hour-by-hour breakdown of what’s happening here — and in Stockholm, one seems to … Continue reading

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Prague perambulations

Our quick visit to Czech Republic was way too short. Our flight’s descent over the open countryside showed me just how much agriculture remains outside the city of Prague. That feeling was reinforced by the two-hour drive we took at … Continue reading

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Transmogrification

    The slow steady return to normal continues apace! Our apartment’s new floors went in over the past two days. In fact, the evening we got home from Prague, we had to move more furniture — not much fun, … Continue reading

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Booking reversals

Friday evening, we showed up at Arlanda airport (Stockholm’s main hub), weekend bags in hand, ready to go to Prague. We thought nothing of it when the self-check-in kiosk didn’t recognize Matt’s card, and got in line to speak to … Continue reading

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