Christmas trees and lights are popping up all over Reykjavík, office Christmas parties are in full swing and children are whispering in delight, “jólin koma”...and it’s still November. Back in the old country, Christmas talk doesn’t really get going until, say, the week of Thanksgiving. But in Iceland, Christmasing begins well before that and we think that may be in large part due to the lack of a November holiday and the crushing darkness but it all feels a little rushed to us. We haven’t given ourselves over to the Icelandic Christmasy-ness just yet. We’re holding on to Thanksgiving, reflecting on the things we’re thankful for and sharing the minutes, if you will, from the latest Gorgeous American Ladies in Iceland meeting. It’s a hoot...strike that...it’s a gobble-gobble. Happy Thanksgiving and bless, bless y’all!
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