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Simply Celebrate! – Ending the Year of Blogging

Dearest reader,


Christmas is right around the corner and before we know it the new year has arrived. Therefore, it is most likely this will be my last blog post of 2022 and I somehow feel it ought the a special one. Like every year, so much has happened in our personal lifes and around the world. However, I am not really in the mood to go over any of those events because I am too tired to think about anything other than celebrating. In fact, this week feels like my brain has lost its lasts bits of intelect and gone to the land of sweets and fairytales for good. So, if your business corcerns anything other than champagne or chocolates I am afraid I cannot help you for I do not speak the language of sense anymore.




But what I do want to say, before driving us all mad with my bad jokes, is that this year I feel incrediably relieved about it coming to an end. There was something about this year that was especially exhausting and emotional in both good and bad. Perphaps, you felt the same.


That being said, what I plan on doing the last two weeks of this year is to celebrate. Celebrate because I can. Celebrate because it is a privilege. And I want to do it simply. I don't expect that life is going to get any easier, so I might as well face the uncertainties of the future with a cocktail powered smile and chocolate stains on my dress. And dispite of my wishes to say something poetic and beautiful, I now see that I must leave you with this unromantic mess of a monolog. I hope it's okay with you.





Last, but never the least, thank you for this year. Thank you for reading and taking interest in my little world. I appreciate it more than I can express.


Now, go celebrate, my friend!



 

Outfit Notes


Hat is from a small shop in Kuopio that doesn't exist anymore | Earring is vintage | Fur cape is from my grandmother | Beaded bag is my mother's old | Tartan skirt is 1970s vintage | Lipstick is Charlotte Tilbury's "Pillow Talk"


 

Have a merry Christmas and a fabulous New Year!


Yours truly,


Siiri

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