Norway Pt. 1



Norway in the winter time... It was quite a different experience! I Never thought I'd say this, but with the sun only up for 3 hours, I found the darkness really quite cozy. Walking around the streets lit by strung cafe lights had such a magical feeling, and made me a little love sick for my Bradley! He got a job to film in Mexico the same weekend, so he was unable to join me - but now we have an excuse to come back, because he's never been to Norway before. :) It was so nice to see and spend time with my family - I weirdly enjoy being surrounded by all the Norwegian even though I cant understand a thing! My Tante Turid (my grandpas sister) is always such a treat to sit down and chat with. And I was surprised with how much time I actually got to spend with Lisa, with wedding preparations and all. We spent the first evening walking around the pretty lit streets catching up on the past two years, and laughing our heads off. We have such a goofy relationship, and I love it - I wish we lived closer. The next morning I took off and had a little adventure on my own, shopping in all the little thrift stores along the river, snapping a million pictures, and eating my heart out in scandinavian chocolate. (That's what I call a vacation!) Then Lisa's wedding day came and it was absolutely stunning, it was so cool to experience a norwegian wedding! The afternoon was probably the coldest shoot of my entire life, but it was so beautiful that I just couldn't stop filming, haha! Eye candy everywhere. I kept saying "I know you hate me right now, but you're going to love me later!" - I am so excited to share what I captured! Post coming soon...

All in all, It was an amazing trip... But I'm really happy to be back home with my B. :)
We reunited with a really good cuddle sesh. 
You can see photos of his adventures here, and more of mine here.

23 comments:

  1. That sounds like such a magical little weekend. String lights, thrift stores, chocolate, *and* a wedding? I'm jealous. :)

    I recently stumbled upon your blog and am so glad I did. Looking forward to reading more! x

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  2. Your life is seriously perfect. Norway is on my list of places to go. Can't wait for the wedding post!

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  3. We aren't too far from you!! We're in the Scottish Highlands, and I CAN'T WAIT to visit Norway, maybe Bergen, in the near future!!

    New reader/subscriber!!

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    1. You HAVE to go to Bergen, it's one of my favorite places (if you get good weather) my grandma is from there. :)

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  4. Norway! Definitely on my travel-list- it looks stunning even in the freezing cold wintertime! And your mittens, by the way, are adorable :)

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  5. Sounds like a lovely adventure! Definitely want to visit there sometime, soounds wonderful!

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  6. That looks amazing!! How fun that you have family in Norway - I mean, seriously! That's got to be the best.

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  7. All those colorful houses along the water seriously gives me butterflies. What a lovely place. That place I tell ya is officially on the bucket list :)

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  8. It had to be wonderful adventure ! Photos are great, I'm looking forward to wedding pictures ! Norway is so close from my country, and i've never been there ! But dreams come true ! ;D have a nice day :)

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  9. It's amazing what simply being around family love can do.. even if it's in another language. My family lives in Eastern Europe and I have to say, our visits are always an experience. :)

    P.S. I'm new to Something Devine, so hi!! I quite love it here.

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  10. Oh, Norway seems breathtaking! It must be so nice to have family as a little home base during some of your world travels.

    xo

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  11. Omg. You just made me want to go sooooo bad! Amazing photos girl! You're beautiful :)

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  12. whaaaat?! the sun is only up for 3 hours?! i totally want to go on an adventure with you.

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  13. those mitts are adorable, what brand are they! you should totally do outfit of the days you have great style!

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  14. The pics are beautiful. I had no idea it was only light out for 3 hours in the winter there

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  15. Oh this just makes me miss my sweet Norwegian friends too much! xoxo

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  16. Aw, Norway is just gorgeous! And dark streets lit up with cafe string lights just sounds lovely! Can't wait to see all that you have captured! :)
    xo TJ

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  17. Wow looks lovely! Can't wait to see what you have captured!

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  18. you are too darn cute, ya know that? love this. what a fun vacation. norway is intriguing. i like the sounds of coziness and glowing lights!

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  19. LOVE this post, and love your blog! i am also in the media business and am currently in my first location on a trip around the world! so excited i stumbled across your blog; happy to be a follower!

    anna
    www.embracethesunshine.blogspot.com

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  20. Woah. Those are stunning photos!!
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  21. My older brother is currently serving his mission in Norway! He loves it.. and says that Bergen is his absolute favorite city!!

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