Sarah Mattingly grew up on a farm in rural Kentucky and she has the accent to prove it.
Helena has a theory that people look like the things they’re allergic to. “For example, I have a friend called Kim. He’s allergic to milk and he really looks like milk.”
Linn is the author of three Swedish cookbooks, which she also photographed and designed. Her tiny apartment is like a factory for creativity.
Erik’s first job was as a groundskeeper at a cemetery. He quickly learned that there are only certain parts of the casket you can stand on.
Karin grew up in the area of Sweden where those red, wooden horses come from, but she feels like her life didn’t really start until she moved to England.
Karin Nilsson developed a passion for semicolons while studying media. Jordana Loeb and her sisters all left America for love.
86-year-old Ingrid Eliasson uses her colorful vocabulary to talk about a lifetime of changes in relationships, weather and her hometown. Sofia Staaf gets the third degree about her phobia of dirty tableware.