I was expecting to speak English most of the time in Sweden but then I understood so much Swedish that it was not necessary to. My husband’s danish aunt is here with us right now, and I am starting to get the hang of the danish language. Normally, I need an interpreter to talk to her but now, we can communicate very well (no interpreters needed. Hahaha!). This household is pretty international — I speak to the kids in English and to my husband and some filipino, I get calls from filipino friends, I speak norwegian to my parents-in-law and to everyone else, I listen to danish, I have lithuanian carpenters, I will be having my aunts next week and they speak english and zambal (a filipino dialect) to me. Now you know why my brain gets pretty messed up. I guess you are confused about me too.
One of the most regular figure on my blog is Charles, an 19 year old filipino living in Bergen. He is my IT support for this blogsite. He is the guy who helps me out with my template (which I appreciate very much). He has a very interesting and entertaining blog which I enjoy very much. His honesty about everything he goes through makes it more interesting. No wonder he has a lot of readers 🙂 For those of you who has not visited “Bend it Like A Banana, ” check it out and see what I mean.