More Saint Lucia music.
Someone said that they had warned us on radio that we shouldn´t go to work on Thursday since the weather will be rather nasty. But when I look at the weather forecast it shows nothing extraordinary at all. We will get 10 cm (4 inches) with snow and the wind won´t even reach gale force. But to be honest, it seems we all guess the weather as good or bad as our weathermen so we won´t know until Thursday morning🙂🙂🙂
Now has the time of year come when most homes are burning down, over half of those fires happens this month and that because we forget to put out the lights in our advent candle sticks. Since they are decorated with (now) dry moss and plastic mushrooms and God knows what the fire gets an easy start. That´s why I never burns the candles in my candlestick. I live the light from candles but I´m not willing to loose my home because of that.
I have put another video down below with some more music we sing at Saint Lucia´s day (not the best quality I´m afraid). This video is filmed at Globen (normally an ice hockey arena) and almost 10 000 people are there listening to the music. The fifteen or so first second they sing a song I was forced to sing every Lucia in front of the whole school (it ends with it too), Staffan var en stalledräng (Staffan is Saint Stefanus). I hated this but back then we did what the teachers told us. I had to sing all verses though so it took a bit longer time.
The always wanted me to sing at Lucia since I was offered to sing in Gothenburg Boys Choir. But I refused because I wasn´t allowed to stand behind a pillar while singing🙂🙂 I was and has always been very shy even if few people believes that. But I learned from early age that it is better to talk like a maniac in the beginning and later on proof that I wasn´t🙂🙂 Because if I don´t start directly I don´t start to talk at all🙂🙂
Well it´s time for another cup of tea and a sandwich or two before looking at the news. They will keep on talking about that bomber for a long time I´m afraid. Have a great day now!