Björn Vedder's e book “Being in the Country”: Stay-at-home dad as unique | EUROtoday

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AOn the quilt there are two rubber boots, one shiny pink, stylish, the opposite tough and soiled, with the title: “Being in the country”. You really feel such as you're holding the e book about one of many many conflicts of the second, the one which not too long ago had metropolis dwellers marveling on the farmers' work autos rolling in, in comparison with which their very own SUVs all of the sudden appeared very small. But it's not in regards to the hole between metropolis and nation, however reasonably in regards to the hole between Björn Vedder's expectations of nation life and what he discovered. It's fearless, biting and typically very humorous, but it surely's additionally an issue.

Vedder didn't actually transfer to the nation, however to one of many wealthiest communities within the nation, to Lake Ammersee in Bavaria. After the delivery of the second little one, Munich now not appeared so excellent, the residence was too small, nature was too far-off. So far, so traditional. You will discover what you might be searching for in one of many villages bordering the picture-perfect Ammersee. Björn Vedder's spouse commutes to work on the Munich college; he, the freelance journalist and thinker, takes care of his now three kids on weekdays and his rising alienation with the opposite mother and father and their ideas of life.