Holiday Recap – Phone version

My favourite dogs in the world; Noah and Milo

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Enjoying a piece of the greatest blueberry cheesecake ever!

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Exam. Enough said.

ImageDonated some christmas gifts to charity

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Milo and Noah wanting me to go for a walk

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Belgian waffle with Haagen-Dazs ice-cream. Love it!

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The local mall`s christmas decoration

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My BF gave me a Marc Jacobs handbag. OMG! Love, love, love it!

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We celebrate Christmas Eve, so on Christmas Day we had a leftover lunch on the balcony.

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Noah`s way of protesting me leaving. He does this everytime I`ve packed my suitcase.

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It`s not the best quality on the pictures, but it`s so nice to have something to look at now that I`m back in cold winter-Norway.

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My Christmas Goals

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  • Finish my take-home exam next week.
  • Spend a lot of time on the beach
  • Be happy
  • Read a good book
  • Have long breakfasts on the balcony while enjoying the view of palm trees
  • Take long walks with our two dogs
  • Visit the island`s capital, Las Palmas and take a walk in the old town.
  • Make some more Christmas sweets
  • Practice my Spanish
  • Play and cuddle with the dogs; they`re just the cutest ever!
  • Spend quality time with my family
  • Go shopping for some much needed new clothes
  • Plan a strictly food-blog project
  • Drink a lot of ice-cold Diet Coke
  • Have long talks with my mom
  • Go to church on Christmas Eve
  • Write more exciting posts on travelling
  • Take a lot of pictures
  •  Eat a lot of Chinese food
  • Donate christmas gifts to charity
  • Make the Christmas-dinner
  • Plan my 2013 budget
  • Try new recipes and share them with you
  • Help my brother with finding an apartment
  • Eat the best ice-cream in the world
  • Order curricula for the spring semester
  • Celebrate new year`s Eve with my best friends

 What are your goals for this Christmas?

7. December

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“Christmas can be celebrated in the school room with pine trees, tinsel and reindeers, but there must be no mention of the man whose birthday is being celebrated. One wonders how a teacher would answer if a student asked why it was called Christmas.”

– Reagan