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How we celebrated

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As I’m sure you remember, it was the Swedish National Holiday yesterday. And of course I made meatballs for lunch. Really good meatballs I have to say!

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And for dessert, cinnamonbuns of course!

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The we headed over for the official celebrations in Singapore. Where we got to listen to speeches (one about Sweden being a country where all types of people should feel welcome, amen!), sing the national song, and eat Swedish food. The kids had some fun as well.

Since celebrating the Swedish National Day is quite new to me (and most other Swedes I think), I don’t have any traditions to follow. But I did create one yesterday. 6 of June I will eat meatballs, with potatoes, gravy and lingonberry. It is so yammy, and it is so Swedish.

Do you have any National Day traditions?

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Eftersom firandet av Sveriges nationaldag är ganska nytt för mig (och er flesta andra skulle jag gissa), så har jag inga traditioner att följa. Men jag skapade en igår. 6e juni kommer jag att äta köttbullar med potatis, brunsås och lingonsylt. Det är så himla gott, och supersvenskt!

Har du några nationaldags-traditioner?

KRAM Sara

Comments

  1. Amanda 7 June, 2014 Reply

    Så gullig Alma var, perfekt klänning för firandet. Vilken lycka att favoriten Mia var där också! Ha en härlig sommar nu! Stor kram

  2. Vad mysigt det ser ut. Vi har inga direkta traditioner men vi brukar flagga och käka lite god sommartårta i alla fall. kram kram