Wednesday, I woke up, and I did not feel like going to class – at all! So my boyfriend and I convinced each other to stay home that day (he and I go to uni together). It was a wonderful morning! We relaxed and laughed and hyggede (“hygge” is a Danish word that means something along the lines of cozy, but “cozy” doesn’t quite give you the same feeling as “hygge”, so I’m going to leave the Danish word and refer you to this link to a Wikipedia page). I decided that it had been some time since I’d visited my mum. She’s visited me quite frequently, but I think I’ve visited her once since christmas. On my way to my mum’s, I went to choir practice, because I miss it so badly! I’ve tried to find choirs where I live now, but none of them are as good and it would be like going 30 steps backwards.
Anyways, my mum is redecorating most of her house in the hopes of it being easier to sell, which I hadn’t seen yet. She had also uncovered some of my old things that she wanted me to sort through. What a stroll down memory lane! Old notes from high school, movie tickets, pictures. It was so much fun to look at again, but hard to sort – it feels like throwing parts of your childhood away. And it takes forever! I don’t think I even made it halfway through before I was too tired and had to go to bed.
Yesterday, we had to wait for the delivery of her new hardwood floors, which came around noon. Hereafter we drove to the border (Denmark-Germany border that is). Everything is much cheaper on the German side of the border and since it is only an hour’s drive away, we make that trip every once in a while.
On our way home (my mum drove me all the way home) we stopped to get something to eat.
When I got home, my boyfriend told me that he had a surprise for me to make it up to me that he hadn’t wanted to go with me to Vejle. Turns out it was these two lovely flowers!