Friday, 23 December 2011

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Dear readers! I know it's been again a long time since I last wrote. The end of a year is usually a pretty busy time, seems like everyone is trying to complete all the tasks one hasn't managed to fulfill during a year.
So I had a lot of translation, and it is mostly translation I do in winter. No guided tours since October. But I hope the Christmas week may be different. A year ago, for example, I had two city tours, on the 3rd and on the 7th of January, though it was about -30 on both days!

But this post is a Merry Christmas wish to everyone who happens to read my blog. I am very happy to see each of you here, as I see that I tend to have more readers and this year was special, as I started to receive comments to my posts. I would like to wish all of you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
May God bless you, your family and your friends!
May your business, should you have some, grow, and may all your dreams come true!

I promise to write a post about this year winter decorations in my city. A lot of snow and ice figures are under construction now, and I try to take my camera with me every time I leave my house.


  1. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Olga! I can't wait to see the pictures of all the snow figures! We haven't had much snow this year here in Vladimir. The first "serious" snowfalls began just a couple days ago and we do hope that this time the snow will stay!

  2. Olga, thank you very much! We have average amount of snow now. There will be an annual festival of ice and snow sculptures in the city center soon, and the figures are getting more and more beautiful from year to year.