White Christmas in Denmark
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White Christmas in Denmark

Who would have thought Denmark would offer a white Christmas this year? While Greenland and Iceland are lacking snow, snow fell over Gundsømagle on the 23-24 December and gave us one of the rare white Christmasses in Denmark. This is the last time, we will celebrate Christmas at my mother’s house through the past 31 years. She has decided to sell her big house and move to a smaller house in spring 2022. I will sorely miss this house on Birkholm, but I do understand that her energy doesn’t suffice to a big house with a huge garden of 3000 m2. Due to the intense spreading of omicron in Denmark, we didn’t socialise a lot and we drove back to Sweden a day earlier than originally planned to avoid the chaos of the newly implemented covid restrictions. Still, it was wonderful to be ‘home’ and do nice walks in the winter landscape.

Photo: Gabrielle. My mother’s house on Birkholm in Gundsømagle.
Photo: Gabrielle. Christmas lunch on the 24th of December.
Photo: Erik Sturkell. My brother Paul and his oldest son Adrian came to visit and pick up a piano. We walked over to the new house my mother is moving to in May 2022.
Photo: Gabrielle. Erik was introduced to ‘en lille én’ on the morning before Christmas at Margit and Flemming’s place in Gundsømagle.
Photo: Gabrielle. Perfect Christmas conditions.
Photo: Gabrielle.
Photo: Gabrielle.
Photo: Erik Sturkell. My mother’s car Micky jumped in the sofa and slept next to Deli for a long time – really cute.