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Friday, September 08, 2006

Sweden/California Swap Complete

Swap Details:
Swapper1: Babs California, USA
Malin Sweden, Europe

Swedish literature heads to California!
What timing! The day after Malin received the package I sent her, I received the package that she sent to me!!
Such excitement: Malin sent me an illustrated children's book, postcards, candy, a key chain, Swedish army chapstick, and a Dalecarlian horse pin. I especially liked how Malin included a letter telling me all about all the things she got me, particularly about the storyline of the book! The illustrations are quite fun.

Japanese stuff from California to Sweden
This lovely package came my way from Babs in California, who had the kindness to send me a Japanese craft book, a cloth bag (very nice!), a Hello Kitty coinpurse and some candy and snacks. Pockys are the best invention, some, like these coconut flavoured are sooo delicious, and some, like strawberry, are not, so buying are like an adventure - you never know what
you'll get. Thank you, Babs, for this experience of Japan in west coast USA!

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