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December has obviously been dominated by near constant Christmas music from every possible outlet. I suppose now it at least makes sense, whereas in November it's infuriating beyond belief to be reminded that the end of the year is nigh..
Not that it isn't annoying right at this moment as well.
With Christmas quite literally around the corner, and not a very big corner either... actually thinking about it a little bit more it's more like running around a circular building. So no corners really.
Graduation, exploring Europe, driving license, preparations for my ESC, and finally ESTONIA.
The year 2019 was crazy, but of course in a good way, and especially the time here in Estonia passed very very quickly.
November was a grey month, but it was filled with music and company, so I barely noticed the days getting darker and the weather getting worse.
The first week went by rather calmly, but the second week held preparations for a big event: There would be a big fathers day concert at the culture house. A lot of the youngsters were involved (singing or playing the ukulele for example), but so was I!
This month featured the tales of the travelling soap merchant (saippuakauppias), although I do not in fact sell soap.
But I did travel! Even if ever so slightly. And only within the confines of work.
Enough of this delightful word salad of meaninglessness!
Big fluffy snowflakes are falling behind the window. I'm under a warm wool blanket, with the laptop and nice Christmas music from New York Jazz Trio-Christmas songs & Classics album-. And even though, technically, outside the window it’s already December and the real winter has finally come to Valga, I will write about an outwardly gray November, but full of color and warm memories and experiences.
November did not stand out either on long journeys nor new acquaintances. I spent most of my time in Valga, at the youth center, and somehow, it turned out that many friends came to visit me.