Our Week – DosFamily together in Dalarna. Isabelles side of the story.

Finally they arrived. The Tv-loving tribe from Skåne.
With a car full of Internet, coffee and minced meat. Everything we don’t have here at the cabin.
Here Jenny is flying at Leksands Sommarland.

Sommarland (a old school theme park) was great. We got lost in leisure, nice weather and lots of slides.
Simply being. The place reminded me of Dirty Dancing – all the things you could do on that resort.
Oh my- I used Dirty Dancing as a movie to fall a sleep to for years. Don’t know how many times I must have watched it…
Note: As a “fall asleep movie” – not a sleeping pill. Huge difference. For me it was comfort.

I also used to have a leaving home song. You put a great tune on your stereo before you leave your casa. Then you will have that tune in youe head all day in stead of a shitty one from the radio.
This was pre Ipods.
No- not pre Walkmans I’m not that old but they where to big to always carry around.

I love the dialect Jenny and the family has. Skånska. I am so bad at it but have to try anyways.
We found this packaging in the store. I think Jenny feels I am saying
Jag döör (I die!  but in a Swedish Rachel Zoe – kind of way) a bit to much when I love things
I also say “let us marinate this “- a lot. Vi låter det marinera. Quite cheesy expressions.

Time flew and the house got a bit messy.
You can not blame our familys of being pedants.

Midsummer came. (Remember last year?) We put flowers in our hair and danced around the maypole. And we ate haring.
Lovely day. Jenny- you have to post the photo of all of us!

We also went to Rättvik one day. Beautiful.  Had lunch took a swim in icy waters and went back home.

Now my head and fridge are full of lovely memories!
Please come back soon!


Join the discussion and tell us your opinion.

July 8, 2011 at 17:12

Snygga bilder! Jag döör

July 8, 2011 at 20:59

Ofantligt härligt ser det ut!

Jenny Brandt
July 9, 2011 at 12:43

Jaa! vad fint.
återkommer snart med min version.

July 11, 2011 at 10:41

You’ve made me realise that I must visit Dalarna. :)