Sinterklaas Haul

Yet another haul! December 5th is a well known dutch holiday, called Sinterklaas. It basically is the Dutch version of Santa claus, though we do celebrate Christmas as well. My mom, grandma, best friend and I came together on the 3rd to give exchange gifts. We did a Secret Santa like thing, but we all bought everyone presents in the end.
Here’s what my family got me:

First of all I got these 3 puzzles. Puzzling is something I fairy enjoy. Unfortunatly they are too expensive to get a new one every week. Therefor I’m very happy with these new one. My mom bought the King’s day one as a joke, because I hate monarchy.

My mom also got me (and my best friend, the stuff right on top was for the both of us) a wishing jar, a queueing survival package for the Twenty one pilots tour next year and a new wallet. My current wallet has broken in two, so that came in handy.

Recently I’ve enjoyed knitting, but because I give all my scarfs away I still don’t have any of my own. My mom (She was my secret Santa, as you may have figured) for me these yarn to finally make myself one. Though I think this is more a sock kinda yarn. She and my grandma also got me socks. Socks were apperently the theme this year, but I missed the memo.

My granda also got me some candy. I don’t specificly like chocolate, but I’m sure someone else will eat this. She won this room scent package, which she gave to me. It has a room spray and one of those scent bags for your closet in it.

My best friend and my mom got me these geeky thing. On the left there are the bookstagram cards by Blossom books, which have all kind of quotes on them for pictures. For example the moths and things like “to be read”. The bag on the right is like a container. It’s really cute but I don’t know what I should put in it. Maybe a plant or something.

Last thing I got were two book vouchers from my friend and my grandma, for which I got these four books. Three of them were series I still needed to finish and they were for sale right now. The other one is a book from one of the Yalfest 2019 authors.


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