Write a little introduction about yourself. My name is Christina. I'm married to Kim-Andre and have one black cat named Stoner. Both are mentioned a lot in this blog. I used to have three cats but had to adopt them out due to moving to Norway. I am not very happy about it. What is … Continue reading About This Blog and My Journey
I am an British-Irish-Italian-Sicilian American (mostly Italian-Sicilian).... moving to Norway. Coming back to the States makes me realize I miss my own culture. I miss being around people that understand me and make me feel at home. I am not saying that my family didn't try to make me feel at home, but I still felt … Continue reading What I Miss
I am in the United States now. If you're just tuning in, I am trying to immigrate to Norway from the US. My visa is stupid and now I have to be here away from my husband at my parents' house along with my cat, Stoner. He's a pretty, black cat. My parents were babysitting … Continue reading Social Science Rules.
This immigration-moving-thing we're doing is proving to be a total pain in the ass and I am relying on family/friends heavily to get through it. I couldn't be doing this without help. In less than a weeks time I will be back in America with my parentals. Haven't lived there in 5 years so it … Continue reading Going back to US of A
There is a pupper I live with named Rappo. This pupper is a an awesomely cute pup. Here is a picture of cute puppers: Unfortunately no Norwegian person will call a dog, pupper. You should probably stop using the word pupper. It means boobs.
I'm using language apps on my phone called Duolingo and Tinycards for Norwegian. It was easy at first and then. . . . I was like "Wait, what? What's going on right meow?" It got much harder. I am greatly confused by "you" "they" and "it." Word placement is different than in English. Where do … Continue reading What’s going on right meow?
I've made it past the first marker in Duolingo! Something like 400 words I've learned thus far and still going. I thought I'd write a little review on Duolingo. Is it easy? At times it can be really easy. Now that I've made it past a marker it's using a lot of words I've been … Continue reading Review of Duolingo: Norwegian