Walking in a winter wonderland

I came to spend extended weekend to the northern Finland with my family. We are celebrating Finland’s independence day here. Which for us means relaxing and eating good food haha. Also, we were planning on going skiing (and snowboarding yay) but it’s so d*mn cold here that it’s just not possible if you don’t want your face to fall off.

Besides staying inside and doing unnecessary things like watching series all day long, me and my sister went for a walk to get some fresh air. It was really lovely, the trees were covered in snow and the sun was setting down which gave the sky beautiful color. I had to take pictures even though my fingers froze. So now let the pictures speak for themselves.






For me winter means lot of snow and cold weather. I know that’s not the way for everyone but I could never imagine a christmas without snow. Sadly in southern Finland where I live, snow usually comes after christmas, around january. That’s why we will come to spend christmas here to the northern Finland too, to have that perfect white christmas.

What is christmas like there where you live? I am really curious because I know snow isn’t the main thing for everyone.

Anyway I hope you enjoyed this kind of random blog post haha.. 🙂



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12 thoughts on “Walking in a winter wonderland”

  1. We don’t have snow where I live, but it does get kinda cold, although cold starts in January, December’s still good enough, but we have “posadas” the first 16 days of the month, and in those you sing christmas songs, and drink ponche and eat a lot, and we have piñatas (cliché I know) and then christmas eve we usually eat a lot of delicious food, some mexican traditional and some more regular stuff like the turkey, and then on christmas day all the family gets together for the leftovers from the night before, it makes me happy just thinking about it. 🙂


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