Wednesday

back to vacation







It was so nice not to work og study for exams in the chrismas/new years holiday! Means more work now, but it was so good to take a time out in my parents cottage. This is just some of what it looked like

▶ Kate: ha ha - thats a good one too! remember a year when i was sick and i did the same! you almost become a bit confused
Anabel: It was really goood food. I have never made filled pasta before but it was an easy and delicious treat
▶ Bantik: I really is! This year it rained and stormed all night so we felt completely isolated in our little cottage
Maddie: It does look just like Pierogi - i have never had that - but it was more like a ravioli: Pasta filled with parmesan, mushrooms, parsley and serrano.
▶ schorlemädchen: I meet more and more people who feel the same way. Its good to know that we are not the only ones who does not connect with this tradition
Siri: Maybe we should start a no-new-years-club!

9 comments:

Flora said...

waw, amazing first picture! Happy New Year by the way :)

Maddie said...

well, you can fill pierogi with anything you like, even strawberries :)

linda; said...

de dér blenumser er altså helt fantastiske ;)

Anne Kristine said...

haha Linda, jeg skulle lige til at skrive det samme :) Det er sødt de tøffer rundt i hvert sit par stribede strømpebukser.

amy w - over and under said...

Beautiful landscapes! Definitely the best place to spend New Year's eve. Your Elinor is just about the sweetest wee thing ever, and I'm not usually a baby person - she's gorgeous :)

lisen said...

hihihi, rufus is dreaming 'bout suntanned thighs, beach 2011? looks soooo nice to be him right there...

Maria said...

wow, looks like a magical place! I'm sure you had a wonderful holiday. happy new year!

cool piece of chillin' rufus:D

griffen said...

these pictures are beautiful. especially the last one.

irene said...

wow, these snowy white photos are wonderful. just perfect winter pictures. happy new year :)