Remember when you believed in Santa Claus? This image awakes those old dreams – and it’s from photographer scukrov.
A traditional Christmas dinner image from MonkeyBusiness.
What we eat for Christmas differs from country to country, and many countries also got several traditions. My family always serve “pinnekjøtt”, made of dried sheep ribs. The ribs are cut in small pices, soaked for 24 hours before steaming. It’s served with potatos and mashed turnip (rutabaga)! We often joke about how simple the food is – but we love it, cause it’s tradition.
What do you and your family eat at Christmas? I bet it’s more fancy than our dinner
Dreaming of a white Christmas? I’m alway hoping for lots of snow, but at my home town it’s mostly rain.. How’s the weather where you celebrate your Christmas? This year I’m celebrating Christmas in Australia (visiting my sister), so I’m guaranteed no snow.
Today’s image is from Norway and the photographer is kekanger.
Hot chocolate is yummi, but I prefer a good cup of coffee – especially Christmas blend. This coffee image is from leaf.
What do you like best – hot chocolate or coffee?