Sunday, 30 November 2014

Advent in Kværndrup!

Typical pan for making 'æbleskiver'
We attended the 1st Advent Sunday Service at our local church today - mainly because Lea is singing in the local childrens' choir, doing a performance at the service.

I don't have any pics from the church, as I opted for video (and I haven't got the faintest idea about how to post a video here), but I have some spooky pics from the following session at the community house, where Lea's choir did another performance (and we had mulled wine and something we call 'æbleskiver' which is akin to 'fritters', but made exclusively of batter without any fillers in a special pan, but served with marmalade and icing sugar powder.

Children of the Corn? Them?
A weird combo of lighting and my camera not liking to take indoor pics at a distance gave me som eerie results.

Diabolical, innit?

Below are some pics of the first stage of Christmas decoration of our living room, and the Advent Wreath, opulently decorated with gold, silver, and bronze, sprayed by the girls unto a variety of flora from the garden and other sources.

Lightchains around a window.

And an elaborate display organized by Anna. The coins aren't part of the show.

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