Wow. I cannot believe it is 2018! HOW? Last night’s New Year’s celebration was so fun, and I just had to share a few moments with you all! I barely took any photos, as it was a cozy evening, and I wanted to just enjoy myself.
Hello, friends! Tomorrow is one of my most very favorite days of the year. I am so excited to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in my pjs, make my traditonal sweet potato casserole (even if me and my mom are the only ones who like it), and sit down to a delicious dinner with my family. It is also Nicolas’s first real American Thanksgiving, so it should be a special one. 🙂
Decorating is one of my very favorite things to do – especially for Christmas. I love making everything festive and cozy. With the help of both our sweet moms and a few shopping trips to some cute stores in Copenhagen, Nicolas and I decorated his apartment for Christmas. I love all the cute little elves, red and gold accents, and vintage-looking pieces. 🙂 I was so, so happy with how it turned out!
It has always always ALWAYS been a dream of mine to see the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center, and it just so happened that Nicolas and I were spending a night in New York City on our way to Pennsylvania for the holidays. Despite our jet lag and the below-freezing temps, Nicolas was determined to make sure that I saw the tree. We woke up early in the morning and had an amazing breakfast at the Tick Tock Diner (highly recommend). We bundled up and took in all the beautiful sights there are to see in New York during the holiday season. When we finally reached Rockefeller Center, I nearly cried! The tree was so beautiful – just like the movies (i.e. ELF 🙂 ). We passed the Empire State Building on our way to Penn Station. My fingers were literally frozen, so I kept the photo-taking to a minimum. 🙂