Very merry lingonberry...
Well, perhaps not so "very lingonberry*", as there were hardly any actual berries left on the leaves and stems I brought back from Sweden a month ago. Having been neglected in a plastic bag in a cupboard ever since, I did not harbour much hope of there being any lingonberry-inspired wreath material left to speak of, but to my delight, a small heart was born yesterday out of the contents of mentioned plastic bag. And voilà, a touch of Sweden in the Swenglish Home...
The door I have hung the heart on is usually always open, as it is the main thoroughfare in the house, but for photographic purposes, it was shut momentarily here.
Anyone tired of seeing my endless shots of various nuts and home-grown tomatoes? I don't blame you, but they are just such grateful models!
Is it just me, or are more and more blog entries - including this one - slightly Christmas-scented these days...? Well, we are nearly there, so what better way to survive the November gloom - also nearly here -, but to allow a few hints of the light-filled and festive season to emerge, even if in ever so tiny portions?
Wishing you all a lavishly light-filled and copiously cosy weekend!
* Lingonberry plants are tiny evergreen shrubs with edible fruit. They grow in the wild and the flavour of the berries has been compared to that of cranberries. The small berries are most commonly made into jam.