There is something really special about a gloomy autumn evening. Your daily problems being washed away with the rain on dark streets will clear your mind in the best way possible. The atmosphere feels a bit sad but letting things go usually is just that. It is the quickest restart and by the time you will get home and put on the kettle for a cup of tea your already have a fresh beginning.
I’ve been feeling really bummed for the last couple weeks because I lost my camera’s charger. I am a master of hiding things. I always tell D to give all his valubales to me to hide, because I know I will forget where I put them shortly.
When I then found my charger (you don’t want to know from where) on the Christmas morning I felt it was a real Christmas miracle.
We already had a huge feast the night before so on 25th we started off with some Scrabble. Weirdly enough it was my first one ever and I loved it! And of course we had to have some hot drinks on the side.
After it got dark outside we went on a walk at the Town Hall where a Christmas Market is held every year. And even though there was no snow, it was still very pretty.
Me and mommy goofing around
Little Rudolf hanging around
This guy was cool playing in front of Lindex Christmas lingerie window.
After freezing our asses off, we went back to the board games and this time it was Alias – always so hilarious!
What are your traditions for a lovely Christmas time?
As I said I went to Haapsalu last week and beside other things I hung out with my dear Karamell. On this picture he is just smiling at me! 🙂