Category: celebrations

Goodbye 2020. Hello 2021!

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Happy New Year everyone! It’s official. It’s 2021! At last! Gosh! What. A. Year! I wanted to write about so many things in December 2020, but it was my birthday month. And so I picked December to “use up” the rest of my “holiday/vacation… Continue Reading “Goodbye 2020. Hello 2021!”

The British Berliner is 7 years old. And so much has happened. Ouch!

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It’s my blog birthday! Hip! Hip! Hurrah! OMG! I can’t believe that on Wednesday, October 21st, my blog was 7 years old. Honestly, I can’t quite believe that just 84 months ago on an Autumn Sunday evening, I decided to put pen to paper… Continue Reading “The British Berliner is 7 years old. And so much has happened. Ouch!”

How I went to 8 exciting countries. Brexit happened. And then my father died in 2019!

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Happy New Year everyone. It’s officially 2020! My goodness! 2019 was an exciting, but very mixed year! But first, let’s take a walk down memory lane of all the countries that I went to last year, and what I did. According to my statistics,… Continue Reading “How I went to 8 exciting countries. Brexit happened. And then my father died in 2019!”

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