Tomorrow all our stuff arrives. I look forward to sleeping in my own bed and to get my pots and pans and other personal things. That of course makes me happy.
We also get the car but we are not allowed to drive the car until it has been through the yearly motor vehicle inspection. One has to book a time for this and there seems like there are no slots of time for this until about late October. So we get the car but won´t be able to drive it and use it for another month. That is VERY annoying. We need a car, we need our car. Well at least we need it really badly on weekends to go grocery shopping. Grocery shopping in itself is a hassle enough and trying to do it without a car is about impossible. So C will try to find some place that can give us the inspection sooner or I guess we will have to rent at car during weekends. There are several obstacles that need to be solved that you have no idea about when you do move back to your old home country.
Today at work I was talking in English to a girl when someone asked me if I was American. Ha ha kind of funny because when living in the US people used to ask me where I was from and here they ask me if I am American because of my american accent. Well actually I am both American and Swedish. A mix, a little bit of both in many ways :-)