2012/12/27

Ho Ho Ho!

Yup, you'll have to look at a Christmas post at my blog, too :D almost sorry haha

For those of my readers that aren't living in Germany I'll explain some of my shots.

First shot for example: My Adventskalender ( Advent calendar)

Some of you probably know that it's kind of a tradition (mostly for kids) in Germany to hang up an Advent calendar at the 1st of December. The calendar includes 24 doors, one for every day 1st Dec - 24th Dec. Typically the calendar holds chocolate, but nowadays you can buy every kind of advent calender - or just make one by yourself and fill it with everything you want.
I'm a fan of those calendars and so my parents still get one for me, even though I'm already 22 years old.

Photo on the right shows monomania's Christmas Tree btw! Thought I would share it with you as my blog contains a lot of monomania haha.

Well, before talking about my Christmas dinner I'd like to share some interesting Christmas styles with you:

This guy is stunning. Found him on twitter, can tell you the name if you'd like to follow him, too.
He calls himself oyasuminasai.

Found this girl on Twitter, too. She's working for a kind of Halloween shop...creating the best masks and "human" decoration you ever saw! Can tell you guys her nickname, too!

That oyasuminasai guy and his friends - super stylish crew (you guys should see his girlfriend...I'll include them in my next Fashion Inspiration post)

Ok so let's head to MY christmas

In the morning of the 24th I had lunch with my dad and grandpa - potato salad and sausages.
Later on I went to the home for eldery where my mom is working. She asked me whether I could take some photos of the residents at the christmas party to send out to their families. Of course I accepted.
Won't share the photos of the people - but 2 shots of the decoration

Christmas Tree & gifts

Left: Christmas Tree at my home - decorated with Anna's help
Right: Christmas Table at the home for the eldery

And now the best part of Christmas:

THE FOOD
Table deco and glasses

1st course:
Creamy turnip cabbage soup

2nd course:
Corn salad with raspberry dressing and selfmade croutons

3rd course:
Turkey, black/violet potatos (super yummy), beans wrapped in bacon & gingerbread sauce

4th and last course:
Nut ice cream & pear boiled in sugar & chocolate sauce

YUM

What did you have for Christmas?


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