The last part of second semester has already taken on.
It’s friday and it’s time for celebration! First of all a huge study assignment has just been submitted, and veery soon I am looking at 10 days of wonderful holiday.
This world of blogging is rather dynamic – only separated by a few month of silence in between – but in general one exciting thing replaces another, and new and unexplored possibilities keep one appearing.
If you like me are sitting stirring at and drooling a bit over this picture I have two possible reasons for it.
Happy New Years!
I think we should begin the year with a little celebration. I am very certain that this new year will be awesome. It will be filled with love, new experiences, travelling and tons of fun.
Merry Christmas everyone! I have always loved this day, Christmas Eve, kind of magical and filled with excitement, delicious food and christmas gifts.
Well, well this weekend I officially had my first Christmas-baking-sweet-treat-session! It is the best, just dancing around in the kitchen listening to all sorts of Christmas music while attempting to reach the very high nodes together with Mariah
Oh holy mother Mary…finally Christmas has arrived, yaaay! Being a big time sucker for this amazing holiday has the benefit that instead of going around grumpy about the cold, overload of people, decorations everywhere, extra pounds gaining up
I am back…sorry for the silence, but I’ve been in my exam cave, isolated from the world, exercising my brain 13 hour a day, peew!
This cake was actually one I developed for my birthday a month back.
In Denmark we have several food related traditions and products that I am proud of and appreciate a lot.