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Monday, 15 November 2010

For my friends in Canada

When you people read this blog entry, you would probably say: "Wait a minute... something has changed." Yes, yes it has. I thought it would be time to give the blog 'a new look.' As time goes by, I realize that something had to change. First of all; the look of this blog was made in Denmark, and somehow it did not feel Canadian enough for me. So here it is! I hope you guys like it. If not; please leave a comment and tell me!

So today I realized something really strange... It is funny how you start thinking in a school bus... but, I realized that I haven't talked about the wonderful people I've met here. I don't want to mention any names, but people reading this blog of my friends here in Canada know who they are. I want to dedicate this blog entry to them... Wauw, that sounded impressive. (: YOU ARE ALL AMAZING! 

I am feeling great. Even though everything here is getting more and more like back home in Denmark where you are at school and the troubles are all about homework, it is still great. I am trying to make an experience out of every day, even though it may seem hard. Because; Everyday is a new day and there will be ups and downs no matter what through a year! But it is up to my self to figure the problems and to make the best out of the day!

If any, and I mean really any, out there, thinking about going on exchange and have any questions, just ask me! I am the master of answering questions!


  1. where do you think the best place to go for an exchange is

  2. I don't think there is a best place for going on exchange. For me, the choice was Canada. I did not choose Canada to learn another language, it was mostly for the experience.
    It all depends on what you want to learn and gain from the exchange.

  3. Was it difficult for you to get used to speak in english? Or did it come naturally? Your english skills seems very good and much better than mine... And I am just wondering if I could survive speaking english as an everyday language... :-) If you wonder why I ask it's because I am thinking about going to Canada next year on exchange.

  4. No it wasn't very difficult for me to get used to english. I was pretty good at english when I got here and I got a lot of comments about my english skills. It wont take you long to learn, and I am guessing that you are from Denmark, so you have to know SOMETHING about the english language. People around here are really, really nice and helpful and they all love accents, so do not worry. The teachers will help you, you just have to ask.

    Do you know which exchange organisation you want to go with? If you haven't, it is time to hurry up. Canada is a very popular choice, but not many are able to come because of school boards. And you are very welcome to write a comment again so I can answer some questions... That was one of the reasons I made this blog. :)