Well here we are. As the plane was descending I looked over at Sara and she could barely contain herself. Sweden. We have been hearing about Sweden for two years now. Swedish songs, Swedish food…the whole 10 yards. We haven’t had time to really look around. It usually takes us a day or two to organize, buy some groceries and make ourselves at home. So far the thing that is driving us the craziest is the daylight. We already knew, and you’ve probably heard, that darkness is limited during this time of the year in Scandinavian countries, but when you experience it, it’s a whole different story. Sam can’t get past the idea that he can’t go to bed when it is so bright. Sunset is officially 10:00 p.m. and sunrise is…get ready for it…4:20 a.m. This means it’s really almost “dark” at around 11:00 and starts getting lighter out at 3:30 a.m. No pictures yet of our surroundings, but we are getting ready for a walk as I type. Stay tuned.