” Boy, is it good to be filling out this little Word Press window.
A lot, I mean A LOT is going on in my wee Denglish life and I am eager to share the big news soon. t back together now that I’m finally able to snuggle up in my own biscuit again. Trouble was, my feet appeared to be glued to the floor.
So, I am well up for taking the lead in romantic matters. I spotted the guy as soon as we arrived: tall, blond (I suppose you could have guessed that); definitely cute. Ahh well, practice makes perfect 😉 Because as terrifying as it is, I like feeling free to start a conversation with someone who has caught my eye rather than feeling trapped by ridiculous and archaic notions of men liking to make the moves.
It’s terrifying and horrible and you might accidentally make a dent in someone’s sweater with your nose, but there’s nothing like exhilaration when you get that phone number!
And yet, my loyal Honeymoon Wife* and I gave it a fair shot, visiting both Denmark and Sweden, following all the recommendations we were given, and never returning home before 4am.Men usually think honesty, freedom of expression, and the art of avoiding conflict are must-have traits.The modern Swedish man is living in a highly feminist culture and is quite progressive; he does his fair share of housework and child-care.It is a sparsely populated country, characterized by its long coastline, extensive forests, and numerous lakes. Sweden’s north experiences extreme contrasts between its long summer days and equally long winter nights. In the last three weeks, I’ve traveled to the US and back, then set off for yet another long weekend in Dresden. Ahh yes, I thought to myself, this will be that whole ‘women make the move thing.’ Here I go then…