Skip past introduction.


Reflections from a Swede in Norway.

Here you will find my small graffiti board where I write about things I come to think about.

In my blog, I write about the general unfairness of life, about spam mail, vintage computers, board games, Norwegians, current and not-so-current affairs, technology and whatever else occurs to me — in other words, a glorious mess. All opinion expressed here are of course my own, and all similarities with any living people is of course intentional.

These pages are using automatic language selection, if you prefer to read in Swedish, please use this page instead. See the help for info on how to make your web browser select the correct language automatically. A monthly overview is also available.

All text and pictures © copyright Peter Krefting, unless otherwise noted. More about the author.

The day before the day

Published: Sunday 2007-12-23.

T’is the day before Christmas, and the Christmas spirit is slowly creeping over us. The worst of the illness that both Thea and I have managed to catch is fading out, and today we have decorated the Christmas tree. All the details for how we will go about celebrating a Swedish-Norwegian-Danish-Finnish Christmas has not been ironed out yet, but I am certain we will get along. The most important part is that everyone will be here and that we get a nice Christmas.

Categories: life. Share: Facebook, Google+, email


The article is older than a fortnight and has been closed for new comments.

Disclaimer: The comments are copyrighted by their respective authors. The web site owner takes no responsibility for the contents of the comments. Improper comments will be deleted.

  • Datum: 2007-12-23 23.24.50 CET
  • Namn: Anders Carlsson
  • Sänt från: ***************

Är det stora kulturella skillnader i hur julen firas i de olika nordiska och skandinaviska länderna? Det hade i så fall kunnat varit värre om ni skulle fira en svensk-nicaraguansk-djiboutisk-filippinsk jul. ;-D

| | Latest postings | This month | All months and categories

This page is best read on the Internet.