Light Walk and Christmas

What a way to start the Christmas season!

For those of you don’t know we love Muttart! So much that when we finalized the date of our wedding last year, I tried to secure a date there for our reception. But alas they were booked all through the August so instead, we planned our photo shoot (engagement as well as our wedding photoshoot) and it turned out to be amazing!

I am always surprised with the creativity of the people behind the pyramids – especially the feature one.

A tower of presents
Beautiful poinsettia at the base of presents tower.

And if you are looking for some last minute photo shoot – can’t get any better than THIS. The Temperate Pyramid will light up into a winter wonderland until the end of January 2019. Link here.

Light up arch
How perfect is this lit up arch!

Christmas at Home

We decorated our Christmas tree the first week of December and look how radiant it is! As always Husband and I do not exchange gifts but we wrapped up a few for my sister and her husband (who will be joining us from sunny and warm California) and for my stepson (who has requested many times to open presents and I have hidden all of them since then). Moreover, we do not encourage any Santa stories (him being 5 and now observing the excitement around him in his school) but the honest truth that we work hard and save up to buy him things that he would enjoy.

Christmas tree 2018
Christmas tree 2018

I really hope that your Christmas is full of love and peace and pray that joy of Jesus’s birth along with His sacrifice on the cross enlighten our lives.

Have a very merry Christmas, to and yours!

Moon at Muttart

Last week, we took one of our family members to Muttart. I am so glad we did because what greeted us in the #feature pyramid was this giant inflated moon. Truly spectacular!

The Museum of the Moon is created by U.K. artist Luke Jerram. The installation measures seven meters across and features 120-dots-per-inch imagery of the moon’s surface.

Each centimetre of the moon represents 5 kilometers of the moon’s surface and is based on NASA imagery.

 

How amazing is this sight!

 

 

Past week also brought SNOW ❄️ yes, it snowed here!

Seems like fall disappeared on us! Anyways, here is to a great week ahead.

Much love ❤️