Oh myyy. We started getting everything together the day after I landed in the US for my visa. You need color copies of this and that. You need to basically turn in your life to the government for them to see. I'm surprised they didn't want medical documents too. Even what I had with me … Continue reading Getting My Visa Pt. 1
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 have been living for five years believing I was Type 1 in the United States. I got a call about a blood test I did recently while in Norway to measure how much insulin I actually make. I make insulin, but I just can't use it which is the description for Type 2 diabetes. … Continue reading I’ve been living a lie.
I have done many things to lose weight. I did the LCHF, keto and paleo diets. I even tried to pick up running and I hate running. Nothing worked for me. Now that I've moved, things have changed. The scale moved. I was like "WHAT IS THIS?" After a weight plateau that lasted what seems … Continue reading Losing Weight: What it took
We leave tomorrow from Chicago to Norway! My mom was a big help in getting ready. Everything is done and packed up. There is just an issue taking my cat at the USDA office but it should be fixed tomorrow. My brother and I will be driving to the office with more paperwork for Stoner. … Continue reading Norwegian Invasion 2018
Thank you, My lovely parent-in-laws for taking in my cats because they care about me.
My hubby's mother and step father are with us right now visiting. Today we went to Chicago. Boy, did they buy a lot of Christmas gifts. On the train, I was reading my book all about hyyge and it came to the section on what Norway calls it: Koselig. I looked to my husband and … Continue reading Realization of Hygge