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[By Nic Lindh on Wednesday, 22 July 2009]

That was easy

Nic is delighted with how smooth his trip to Sweden went. In the movie biz they call that foreshadowing.

Gate M15 at Chicago O'Hare

Gate M15
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Ensconced in my parents’ house after one of the smoothest journeys I’ve ever enjoyed—every flight right on time, short lines at the security checkpoints, and minimal turbulence.

So now of course I’m worried about the karmic debt I’ve incurred for the return trip.

Woke up at 4 a.m. local time as the sun was rising to a day of blue skies. Forecast says the rest of the week will be rainy and miserable, but today is postcard Swedish summer weather.

Oh, and for the enjoyment of the people of Phoenix: I slept with the window open and felt a little chilly when I woke up. There is life outside the smelt furnace.

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