I’m so sorry we don’t post that much at the moment but school really keeps us busy. Melly had some important presentations and I had to deal with five Master classes but after this week everything will get better. It is final week and I am so happy that this semester is finally over, it was very exhausting. Next semester, I’m gonna start a great internship and graduation is also not far away anymore 🙂
For Christmas, I am flying home to Germany to visit my family and friends and I really can’t wait. Every family has their own traditions and we always gather around, sing songs and eat Polish pirogies. For the ones of you who don’t know what that is, they look a little like Ravioli and are stuffed with a variety of fillings. My favorites are pirogies with sauerkraut or mashed potatoes. My grandmother used to make these and a couple years ago, she showed my mom and me how to make these. I don’t need any roast or steak, just these and I’m happy. I know, that sounds crazy but they just taste so delicious.
What kind of traditions do you have?
Decoration for Christmas
But I also wanted to decorate my apartment here in the United States a little Christmas-like. So we chose some brown, grey, and lavender colored christmas balls with a star for the top to lighten up the tree. In the evening, I just like lying on the couch and looking at all the nice lights. Furthermore, I decorated a pretty light chain and hung it over the full length lean mirror.
I also love the three small vintage tea light holders that I mostly keep on my dining table to create a nice cosy atmosphere.
I hope you like my decoration and I wish you all a wonderful upcoming fourth advent weekend.
|Bought the Christmas balls and the star at Target