Are You Ready for Jólabókaflóð
If you aren't sure what Jólabókaflóð is, you are in for a treat. It is the greatest holiday tradition you never knew about, and will want to work into your holiday from now on~if you're a book lover, that is. And I'm guessing, since you're here, you are! Jólabókaflóð is the Icelandic tradition of giving books as gifts on the eve of the holiday, then spending the day/evening reading them while enjoying a hot beverage of your choice, often jólabland (orange soda and malt/beer). Myself, I go for hot cocoa, but you do you. Jólabókaflóð (pronounced yo-la-bok-a-flot) originated circa world war II when many things were rationed, but paper wasn't one of them. Couple that with Icelanders deeply ingrained love for books, and it swiftly became a tradition embraced and beloved by the entire country. In mid-November, a catalogue of new book releases is created, everyone puts in their orders, and then the books are given as gifts on the eve of the holiday and everyone nestles i
Congratulations and I’m sorry, both on the completion of the trilogy. You’ll get to relive them all again and again and again with the edits. Good luck and I can't wait to read the books when they're out.ReplyDelete
I do agree both pictures are very inspirational. You always find the loveliest art.
Ah thanks! I do love my editing :)ReplyDelete
Both these pics are great. Congrats on finishing your work and happy editing!!ReplyDelete
They are beautiful aren't they? Makes me wish I was on vacation again. Thanks for the congrats! I've been celebrating by letting my brain rest but it's already getting restless!ReplyDelete