When the roads finally was great to drive on again.
I’m not sure we can call this snow fall a blizzard, at least not here where I live, but up on the mountain where the wind blows hard it most certainly is. It started to snow already last night, I noticed that when Hector desperately needed to go out and I opened the door. A gentle snowfall was falling and I didn’t think any more of it to be honest. I did however when I got up at 4:45am.
The gentle snowfall had given us around 1dm (4 inches) of snow. I don’t remember why I walked out but while standing there I thought that this would be a great day to stay at home. Strange really because I really don’t like snow 🙂 🙂 🙂 The roads to work was a mess and they were not much better on my way home when the snow had started to fall again and now with help from the wind.
There’s a man living in one of our bigger airports, Landvetter outside Gothenburg. He’s from Germany and says he wants to live and work in Sweden. But he has no money so he really can’t go anywhere and he doesn’t want to go back to germany he says. He has been living there for almost three months now (three months is the limit to live in Sweden without any kind of visa if You are from Europe).
The security personnel doesn’t mind him being there and perhaps they look the other way during nights when he sleep on places he really shouldn’t be sleeping in 🙂 They also chats with him every now and again so he feels he has some company. Since he has no money other travellers helps him with food and some bring him things to read too. I think most people feels sorry for him, being so close to where he wants to live and work, but still so far away to make it come true.
It is time to make a pot of tea and a sandwich or two. If I only had some bread for my hotdogs I would eat that, but that was another thing I forgot to buy yesterday 🙂
Happy Valentines Day, or as we say here in Sweden: Have a nice All Hearts Day!