How to do your birthday

I am turning 25 in a little over a week, and I have to admit I haven’t thought mutch about it. As you might remember, Erik and I had a big party last year, but this year I’m not sure if I want to do anything special. In January we celebrated our friend ร…se’s birthday with home made tapas and a “quiet” party, or maybe I should call it low key? I did take some pictures of the evening.

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Chocolate and raspberry is one of my favourite compbinations

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This isn’t that bad either ๐Ÿ˜‰

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ร…se has the coolest poster, her mother competed in the Olympics in 1984.

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We brought falafel

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Love the shirt!

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Even the sewing machine was in party mode

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Look at this!

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My plate, a delicious meal

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My outfit for the evening. This skirt is a life saver, in every outfit crisis, and I really liked the brooch I got from my grandmother (yes, it’s fur). And I need more white shirts, they are so versatile.

4 thoughts on “How to do your birthday

    • Cool! Yes, you should. I think I like birthdays because they are a great excuse for a party and to see all your friends. Remember to ask people to save the date, so they can all come ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Ah, alas, every weekend in April and May are occupied ๐Ÿ™ But thanks for the invite! I guess Munich is nice in late April.

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