HAPPY ST. NICHOLAS’ DAY EVERYONE ! ♥
In Germany we celebrate St. Nicholas’ Day every 6th December. It’s a traditional holiday - especially for kids -, similar to Christmas (well, we have to go to school and work ). The children clean their boots and put them out waiting for St. Nicholas to fill them with some fruit or candy and a gift. It’s not as important or big as Christmas but we usually spent this evening with our families and enjoy the festivities. :) So I hope that all of you (or at least the ones who celebrate St. Nicholas’ Day ) have a great day or evening :) ♥
[But of course I also hope the ones who don’t celebrate have a wonderful day ! ]
We celebrate this too in Belgium and my mum says she’s giving me St. Nicholas presents untill I get married so I can’t wait to get home and see what she put in my shoe! Thank god I’ve got a lot of shoes so I’m kinda hoping on chocolate and money because those two are lifesavers lol :D
En voor al mijn Belgjes hier: ik hoop dat Sinterklaas heel veel in jullie schoentjes steekt!! :)
In Switzerland it’s called “Samichlaus” in Swiss German… And you usually eat little “bread men” called Grittibänz, and make little presents to your beloved ones… And stuff your fave with peanuts, chocolate and tangerines ;)
last week my friend jessi took some amazing pictures of me, with and without makeup. and i wanted to share them, even if i find them quite shocking.
If you feel like wearing make up, that’s fine… If you don’t feel like it, that’s totally fine too. Just do whatever you want for yourself! We are all beautiful beings :)