A love letter to the Swedish Sun (in winter)

My dearest love. It feels too long since I last saw your beautiful face. In your absence I now realise, I took your radiance and warmth for granted. I steal a glimpse of you when the clouds part but they’ve become so greedy these days. Sadly I cannot spend every waking moment outside in your warm embrace – I must be in class or the library, hugging the radiator instead. I long for your stunning light more and more each day and cannot wait to spend my days with you again…
Photo: Lusanda / Darkness over a snowy forest
Okay, okay, okay, enough melodrama – you get the point. If you aren’t aware of the Swedish sun in winter (like I was before I moved from South Africa) you’re in for a surprise. The hours of sunlight are drastically less than summer, sometimes with no sunlight – especially if you’re in a rainy cloudy city like Borås. I don’t really mind the rain, I find it beautiful – I like how it makes the pavement glisten and seems to wash…

This is only a snippet of a Sweden Travel Article written by Lusanda

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