Traditionally, I went home for Christmas. Just for five days, which was too short and I am sad that it was so short but better than nothing. Home visits have certain mandatory routines, especially during Christmas. You see the family and friends. You eat. Then eat again and then eat few more times during the same day and then again the next day. Eat, sleep, repeat. Too bad there was no snow. During this whole winter, I did not even see snow. Maybe it will still come?
I also tested my new camera lens for the first time and in the dark again, which is way harder. I realised that photography is not easy at all, especially if you want to make great photos. I also need to learn photoshop. Sometimes I wish I would have started all the hobbies in the world when I was three years old and now I would be extremely skilful. Anyhow, here are some more pictures.
“Dear Santa, I am Karine Khachatryam. Please give me a walkie-talkie for Christmas. Thank you.”
I never know how to end my blog posts. Should I just write the end, bye or yours truly…?
This time, I’m gonna end it with an inspiring TED talk: “What makes a good life?”