Only in Finland would you see a nice family barbecue set up with good food, a kiddie pool, some sweet toys, and melodic death metal playing in the sunshine.
I can survive -31°C with blowing snow and a windchill of -45°C, but I cannot deal with 31°C.
Just remembered that at around 2:00am last night I had a conversation with two drunk Finnish guys in the middle of the street, entirely in Finnish, that consisted of me naming as many Finnish hockey players in the NHL as I could think of, and them getting really excited and teaching me how to properly pronounce the names.
good for you. It’s very hard for someone to spend and extended time in a country where the language is far from any you know. You’re an awesome lady and this is amazing that you did that period.
Thanks girl! I’ve been trying to keep myself motivated while I’m here to take advantage of everything but I had a hard time admitting that listening to my own mind was valid too.