in Málaga, Spain or Viennna, Austria or maybe somewhere else ...
What a great tradition and I love the photo!! I can't belive that Christmas is next week... Have a wonderful day!!
You'd better be a good girl, Dorte! ;)Love your photos.Have a great day,Kasia
he looks a little mischievous:)!
He is darling! I think we are all going to want one of these cute little guys after seeing yours! Merry Christmas!
He has a unique charm... This little guy is new to me, thank you for sharing him ;^) (be nice yule nisse!)
Hihi, always be nice to this redhooded little man! By the way, Tomte is the name of one of my favourite german bands: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRIiB2WIwcc;o)
Ho, it's nice to meet him :)
Yes, the jul nisse, I completely forgot, we had them in Denmark too, were I lived as a child. Can't remember if he did anything weird though, unless you count the time he locked us in the house, which made my mum mad, frantically tearing the house upside down looking for her keys. I think that was around Christmas ;-)
I'm glad this little guy keeps you in line. He is a cutie. xo
Sounds like there would be some great stories to tell children when it comes to him.
have i said it before! how lucky you are to be able to divide your time between these two places! and yes, i think i need a new tradition of taping an extra battery or memory chip to my wrist to be available at all times!is your nisse Austrian, or Spanish? i would be inclined to be nice to him too!
he looks good!
ha ha ha. you've made me laugh...