Here there are no screens on the windows. This means that there are not enough bugs for it to be a problem, which is really quite nice.
Apparently Swedes eat tacos on Friday. If you eat something else on a Friday, you are not a true Swede.
Here, there is not a very extensive cheese selection. Growing up in Wisconsin and also living in Vermont really contributed to my love of cheese. And even though I never took full advantage of the wide variety of cheeses, I still appreciated having the option. Luckily we did manage to find a (huge) brick of cheddar (which probably cost us $15-$25?).
Also, there is a thing called Princess Cake. I couldn't find it at the grocery store (so I ended up with a chocolately thing that was weird after the first bite, somewhat good after the second bite, and really super delicious right up to the end), but when I was flipping through an Ikea catalogue, I noticed that Princess Cake is on sale during Oktober! 10 SEK for princess cake and a coffee!
Swedish sayings (so I've been told):
There is no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing.
Swedes are happy in the minor key.