There is a new buzz word for the English dictionary and it is the most wonderful word and situation in the world.
It is HYGGE.
I went out today and purchased a little book called “HYGGE – Comfort and Food for the Soul” as I just had to see what the unknown author (I can’t find the name anywhere) had to explain what HYGGE is. I had to smile at the cover that used 10-12 word just to try to translate it and 10 more words to define it.
What can I say HYGGE is just that very hyggeligt.
So I can only say to all my friends and followers have a lovely HYGGELIG New Year eve
I went to see my eldest cousin, 4 days after her 80th birthday. She is still living in Chesham and she enjoys walking her’s and her neighbour’s dog every day weather permitted, she walks down to Chesham 1-2 miles and her neighbour then picks them up in his car.
She has a lovely old bungalow with a split level garden. I don’t think she drives any more although she said she does.
But when she said she had to borrow a car from Rodger I said I would bring some lunch over to her.
We had chicken and salad. We ate in the garden as the weather was sunny and warm. The leftovers should keep Susan happy for a couple of meals.
After lunch we went for a drive, up past Rodger’s, into the Chiltern Hills and back.
It was a very nice day and I wish Susan all the best.