It’s winter. Minus 5 degrees. You’re walking down one of the main streets in the city, all wrapped up, seeing your breath every time you exhale. Suddenly, you notice a really hot girl. Absolutely stunning, Victoria’s Secret angel level beautiful. And she’s dressed to match that as well: skinny jeans, high heels showing off her bare ankles, tight short jacket leaving that small gap revealing a line of soft, perfect skin just above her jeans. She has the jacket unzipped, so you can see the deep neckline of her light blouse.And all you can think about is slowly walking up to her, putting your hands on her shoulder, looking her deep into those gorgeous eyes and…
…shaking the hell out of her, while loudly shouting “Do you want to get sick? DO YOU?!”
This year has been quite a ride. If like me you want to swear at it due to ruined plans, all the turmoil, and all things canceled, sending you a virtual high five! As we are nearing the end, I was really looking forward to turning things around just a little bit and to getting a handful of the holiday spirit and Christmas atmosphere, which is absolutely magical at the little markets, that are so popular in Berlin, where I currently live.
Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19, many cities, not only in Germany, Berlin included, but also all around Europe, have canceled this year’s markets. And understandably so, as you can imagine it is difficult to apply strict safety restrictions to such events and still keep them going.
However, before we all turn into Grinches, if you are still in the search for some Christmas spirit and joy, here’s a list of 7 interesting alternatives to the traditional European Christmas markets this year.
Every now and then one encounters things in life they are not qualified for but need to do anyway. A challenge, that pushes you to use skills and resources you didn’t know you had and makes you grow in unexpected ways.
Today was that day.
I had to explain the difference between Minions and Moomins.