Photos from Christmas

Here’s a couple of photos I snapped at Christmas, I thought I’d share them so I can look back next year and remember what the previous year was like. That’s sort of what this blog is for anyway.


Getting the table ready for dinner.


Presents under the tree


Cheese, crackers and glögg (hot spiced wine) before dinner, while opening our stockings.


Part of the dessert table, saffron fudge and gingerbread toffees


Gingerbread toffee lollipops


Chocolate truffles with a hint of Cointreau, rolled in cocoa and almonds.

Christmas presents

My Christmas gifts, I got so many nice gifts (and lots of owls)

Christmas nails

Christmas nails (didn’t manage to get a good picture of them)


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    So many cute owl things! The food looks amazing too.

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