Friday, 7 August 2009

Keeping up

I used to read the Swedish newspaper everyday online.
I’ve realised in the last few years I’ve stopped reading the Swedish news. I don’t feel like they apply to me. Which is funny cause I will still vote, or I would, maybe, I Don’t know, I probably wouldn’t, but I could, if I wanted to.
But today I checked and to be honest, there aren’t that much news from Sweden in the papers and the news that are from Sweden where so sad.

So I decided not to read it anymore.


  1. You have to vote! Allthough you haven't lived here for many years, you still have a chance to change the politics in your birth country. I think... anyway, I can understand that you don't keep up with the news, you're a aussi-girl now!

  2. My dear dauhgter. Now al your Swedish readers will react on your s...y blog. You know, as swede, thatin july and early august al swedes (except for) are on vacation. Nothing happends. At least al junralists and media people is in the arcepalgo (or how it spells). Nothing is happening there so therefore the newspapers are empty. Ju should judge the newfloow och mid to end august instead.

  3. Dearest Maria, you must continie to read the newspapers. Maybe you sholud prenumerera at one papermagazine so you could read it properly. I agree with what your father says, in July and Augusti the reporters are on vaccation. On the other hand, theres a lot of vikarier so the reading can be funny. Read SVD and DN!!