Wrist Worms

Dark Blue WWs

April 1, 2019

I made 3 pairs of Wrist Worms in a new colour, Dark Blue. Do you like them?

The days are still chilly, but Spring is here, yay!

Did you have a nice weekend? I did, met some friends in the Biergarten on Saturday evening, when it was 18°C and we had new things to talk about since we hadn’t seen each other for ages. Was lovely.

This week I’m working on my own projects + a collaboration with something delicious that I will show you later. Had a photographer over last Friday, who took pictures of me and my kitchen for a magazine that comes out in July, looking forward to sharing it with you when it’s hot hot Summer. Now I will run over to Kreuzberg to buy green lentils, can’t find them anywhere in the supermarkets in my neighbourhood. It’s just plain green lentils, maybe they are not as popular in Germany as they are in Sweden where you find them in every shop? 8 years here make me feel like I’m in limbo, I will never feel fully integrated here and when I go to Sweden, I don’t feel at home there at all anymore – the country has changed a lot since I moved and I feel like a visitor. Those of you who have moved to other countries and decided to stay for many years probably feel the same, don’t you?

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10 Comments

  • Reply Ella April 1, 2019 at 5:37 pm

    Jag flyttar tillbaka nu från Berlin och är sjukt pirrig och nervös för hur det kommer att bli. Över huvud taget idén att flytta tillbaka istället för till nytt är… märklig.

    • Reply Sandra April 2, 2019 at 8:42 am

      Oj jäklar, kan verkligen tänka mig att det känns märkligt. Hoppas att det också känns bra, så märkligheten inte tar över. Lycka till och kram!

      • Reply Ella April 2, 2019 at 3:40 pm

        Flytten sker i juli från ett turistöversvämmat Berlin (bor vid Markthalle 9) till ett folktomt Stockholm. Svårt att föreställa sig, haha!

        • Reply Sandra April 3, 2019 at 8:48 am

          Oj jäklar, alltså ändå skönt att flytta just därifrån kan jag tänka mig? Jag hörde att Aldi ska stängas och att folk är upprörda – fullt förståeligt, blir förbannad när jag tänker på att det inte längre ska finnas något för alla. Jätte-lycka-till med flytten 🙂 Kram!

  • Reply Claudia April 2, 2019 at 10:20 pm

    Yes, I miss Australia (where I grew up and lived until the age of 22) until I get there, then I‘m homesick for Austria. It‘s nostalgia I guess☺️
    If I‘m ever in Berlin I‘d be happy to meet you for an early morning coffee.

    • Reply Sandra April 3, 2019 at 8:51 am

      Welcome over and we go for a coffee 😉 <3

    • Reply Ella April 3, 2019 at 1:27 pm

      Ja, inte roligaste stället jag bott på i Berlin (saknar dig, Prenzi!). Älskar dock att det ska vara demo varje torsdag när Markthalles torg är. De kör stenhårt. Tack och kram!

      • Reply Sandra April 3, 2019 at 3:31 pm

        BRA! Heja fölket och Aldi!

  • Reply Stef April 3, 2019 at 10:54 am

    I lived in the UK for 9 years, I totally get that limbo feeling. I never really felt like I belonged there and developed a pretty strong sense of being German, but going back to Germany I found myself looking around and thinking, you are funny people.
    Having moved to Berlin now it feels like a kind of inbetween place – it’s German, but a good deal more relaxed than I thought it would be. It feels like a good place to be when you don’t really feel belonging to any particular place.

    • Reply Sandra April 3, 2019 at 11:38 am

      Spot on, that last sentence! I think this is also why my friends are from all over the world, this feeling unites us in a way. Hope you like it here 🙂 Sounds like it <3

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