Götar meaning people who live in Göteborg, aka Gothenburg.
Just a quick update. Moving takes its toll, and just because you're finally in your new place doesn't at all mean you're done! There is still much to do setting up the entire apartment. On Sunday evening we went to IKEA and bought several pieces of furniture that we deemed necessary. Downsizing from a 73 sq. meter apartment to a 50 sq. meter apartment means that you need more storage space than what the smaller apartment can offer. So we bought a couple of pieces of that nature.
As for the job update: it seems that the company's boss and managers have decided in reality that they need an HR person to cover their needs, not another administrator. It appears that I am not to be hired in Vara as an administrative assistant. Part of me is frustrated, yet another part relieved because I was never all that keen on traveling at least 3 hours a day for a job I never actually applied for. Back to square one.
I'll try and get some pictures up here within the near future. It's exciting to live in a city once again! We got some driving experience over the weekend, I will admit driving in a city with trams and cable cars is much more stressful and difficult than a sprawling Midwestern city in the US. Not to mention the fact that Gothenburg is much older and more dense than my hometown. But one of these days I'll go exploring by foot and hopefully get some shots to put up.
That's the skinny of it! Have a good week!