We have been here less than a day yet there are so many small things that are so different to be noticed between Sweden and Alabama. Size for instance. I know I have taken a picture like this before and shown ya'll but it is worth showing again. Two Gala apples, the big one bought in Publix at Alabama and the small one bought here in Sweden. The Swedish apple is about half the size of the US apple. There just are small differences everywhere. It is fascinating to see them just as they were when we moved to Alabama. We come back to Sweden seeing everything with different eyes.
No right on red turns here. Gotta watch out and not do that.
We can not comment out loud to each other about other people using Swedish language. Here we have to whisper carefully or learn another language all together.
When it comes to dairy products this is heaven. Sooo much to choose from.
I passed by one of my favorite cloth stores, H&M, I will be able to shop there from now one, yeay!
Swedish toilet paper is so much more rough compared to the soft and silky american toilet paper. Swedish toilet paper can almost seem like cardboard at first compared to soft, silky American paper. The Swedish toilet paper is not bleached and white like the American either. Ha ha you really do get that cardboard feeling and look ;-)
Today C has gone to get registered as a Swedish citizen. I have to renew my drivers licence that just expired so I have to take care of that. We have also stared checking out smart phones to buy but want to get some more information before we get them.
Dairy products are just wonderful here such as cheese. There are so many more kinds to choose from. I had a yummy breakfast with Swedish strawberries and American blueberries along with some mussli and Swedish yoghurt.