Stockings I’m in a cold country but I don’t have a fireplace like I have back home. So Christmas Stockings… Only on my feet.
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Presents I wanted to have a picture of them under the tree, but this year they are all in a luggage bag.
Outside Christmas lights This one of Gothenburg’s decoration. Gorgeous isn’t it?
Favorite holiday song This one is a no brainer for me. Even though I like all the classics (sleigh ride, let it snow…) this is the one that makes me sway:
Christmas tree. This year my Christmas tree has little unicorns I made with hama beads. So here’s one Christmas tree just like that!
Family This year I’m going home to my family with my other family. Everyone will be in Portugal for Christmas.
A beautiful sight. I was in Poland for the weekend and the main square of Poznań was one of the most beautiful ones I have ever visited.
Green In my Swedish Class I had the pleasure to meet a japan girl (she’s a singer! Here. ) and she offered me some green chocolate. It was super good. 💚 Tack, Nao!
Wrapping Paper. I like to reutilize so it’s not uncommon for my gifts being wrapped in newspaper or something like that. But this one is so christmasy…🌟
Something you’re reading. Right now I’m reading a borrowed book from O’s parents. The storyline talks about a marrige and a spiritual turn. It’s quite interesting but I’m still deciding if it’s really good or not. Disclamer: I’m also quite demanding these days.
Ornament(s) This year I was called a unicorn by my friends and I wear that colorful and special label with pride. So I made unicorns ornaments for my first Christmas Tree this year!
Bright. I like to see the sun getting into the room in the mornings.
Shopping. I haven’t been shopping in so long! I’ve refrained from it since I only have a freelance income here. But hey. You can shop fish here: Feskekôrka, (‘fish church’ in Swedish) is an indoor fish and shellfish market where you can buy all kinds of seafood delicacies caught on the day.
Today’s temperature. It’s low. But then again, I’m in Sweden. What do you expect?
Joyous I’m often filled with joy when I do some yoga.
Red. Christmas decorations at my workplace.
Favorite holiday movie I like a few of them, but The Holiday always makes me laugh.
My view today. This is just one of the many beautiful buildings I pass by on the tram, going to the Swedish Class.
So I was challenged to do this: Here we go!