I texted my mom and dad late Friday afternoon about them coming to visit me and they did. We spent a great evening together friday and Saturday we went shopping and to visit the grandparents.
Today I woke up before 7AM to get ready for a fun filled day in the swedish capital, Stockholm. A mere 1 h and 20 minutes later Dina and I were arriving at the station.
After a lunch meeting we went to a APU Network association dinner celebrating the Bosnian Independence Day. Because Dina is traveling tomorrow and I have a week full of meetings we had to get on a train back home at 7.30. The evening was a great success though! We got to meet some very successful and interesting people. Aida Hadžialić being on of them. She is a Swedish politician and the Minister of Education. At 28 she is the youngest minister Swedish history and she just happenes to be Bosnian aswell.
“Friendship isn’t about whom you have known the longest… It’s about who came, and never left your side.” ♥
A year ago I met this girl called Dina. She came into my life through work. My first impression of her wasn’t totally wrong but it was a bit off, I have to admit. From the first time we said Hi, I knew she was level-headed, strong-minded and could speak her mind. And those are all qualities I love in a person. In the time since we’ve known each other we’ve gotten really close. She has been a great and loyal friend. She’s been there for me through thick and thin, in all aspects of life.
I’m thankful and blessed to have a friend like YOU!
So, like I promised I’m gonna tell you about my weekend.
Friday night my friend Dina got here and we were just home chilling. Had a few glasses of wine and just talked. I think we went to bed sometimes around 2AM. Saturday we started with a nice breakfast and then we went to a local coffee shop to get some work done. Four hours later we felt like we we’re done. Back home we made a late lunch/early dinner and watched Tangled while eating, Ami had also joined us at that point. We got ready, Dina did my makeup and Ami my hair and then headed out on the town. After a drink and a nice conversation we decided it was time for a bite to eat. The place we chose wasn’t the most glamorous one but we had so much fun. At one point we were laughing so hard, everyone was staring at us. And the video on Dina’s phone is to never be shown to anyone ever. Only for the three of us that were there. Dina left around 11AM, I cleaned up and then met up with Ami to go shopping. After a few hrs we we’re done and went to her house where her mom made us dinner. Then some of her family came over and we spent time looking at old pictures from her childhood and teens, so much fun to see since we didn’t know each other then. Rest of my sunday was spent preparing for a busy monday!
All in all, it was a great weekend with awesome people!!!