Since Christmas and new year is coming near, we’re busy with getting into the holiday mood. Decorating our place, getting/making Christmas cards for our beloved ones, skipping meals with munching on loads and loads of gingerbread, booking flights and my flatmates’ endless quest of holiday planning…
In order to make our place a little bit cosier and friendlier, my flatmates are tirelessly trying to change and decorate, which is something I’m absolutely terrible at. Of course there’s no better time to decorate the whole house than Christmas, so we were already looking for a decent Christmas tree. Last weekend, we were supposed to go and visit the Viking village in the outskirts of Tallinn, unfortunately I had to skip due to some sudden sickness.
Late afternoon, Aylin woke me up saying “we’ve got a baby tree!” That’s something you don’t wake up to every day. Being surprised and puzzled I am, I was introduced to our little baby Christmas tree (which was sort of taken from the forest as a souvenir, vabandust the spirits of the forest!)
We planted our baby tree and decorated it for Christmas, it’s in good hands! And blessed us with the chance to consummate the whole “being home” feeling.
I’m just a person with no plan, so I will be on the road for 2 weeks. I don’t know where I’ll be heading for, but it’s usually the way I travel and so far it ceased to disappoint me. Wherever you go becomes a part of you, is something I keep telling myself, so that’ll be the only thing that I’ll be following for the next two weeks.
I hope you guys enjoy Christmas and what this 2016 will have to offer. Häid jõule ja head uut aastat!