Monthly Archives: March 2014

Spring, sprung

Swedish word of the day: springa (v), run. Conjugated: sprang, sprungit, spring, springa, springer On 21 March: my first spring run and the first time I’ve run in a long time after having a lingering cold. I’m still coughing now and again and … Continue reading

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Great Outdoor (Outlet Mall) Adventure

This past weekend marked our second excursion with the carshare vehicle.  We piled into the red “Migraine” (that’s a Megane, in Matt-speak) for a sunny Sunday afternoon drive, with a destination in mind:  The so-called Quality Outlet, in a community called … Continue reading

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Proustian Purim moment

Hamentaschen are my madeleines. I was invited to a Purim party yesterday, and in preparation, I asked my mom to send the recipe she got from my grandma, which she used to make at the Talmud Torah of Minneapolis, baking … Continue reading

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200 years old

I have been working in an old building on Södermalm for the past few years. We are about to move to a new office, as another business expands to take over our floor in the old building, which is owned … Continue reading

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