Christmas Street! Just like being in USJ

Christmas Street! Just like being in USJ

Today I took the day to relax and work at the hostel, working until 9 p.m. Then I decided to go for a walk in the evening, so I went to Freedom square.


Jam found at a Christmas market




Ceramic ring. Very beautiful.


Christmas lights on such a large scale that the streets are blocked off

To my surprise, the streets are blocked off, the roads are filled with people. And the illumination filled the streets like the main street of USJ. I was really impressed. My eyes lit up. This is my favorite Christmas.



Unfortunately, I had no one to spend the moment with, but the area was filled with families, friends, and couples. I walked straight down the center of the street to freedom square. My heart is racing, so I run through the streets alone, skipping along the way.



One girl talked to me

Then someone young talked to me on the way. She was probably around 17 years old. She said, “You are so beautiful,” and I was really surprised because it was said so suddenly. But I was really happy. My way of life is not to be cool or cute, but to “live beautifully,” and I was really happy that this was appreciated by a third party. She extended her hand for a hug, and I gave her a hug. Her hug was really tight.

That’s how shiny she was, or she kind of liked me. Thank you. But I was embarrassed, too, and after the hug, she disappeared into the crowd. I wish I had taken a picture with her.

But I think it’s a great memory.

We hugged in front of the Christmas tree.

Of course, I don’t even remember her face. But it will always be engraved in my heart.


Walking around Freedom Square and enjoy the Christmas atmosphere

And then I keep listening to music on my Airpods while I walk around. The place is so vast that I think it’s really USJ. On the way there, I found a group of people dancing, and I looked at them with a smile on my face. There were so many people there that I wondered why so many people had gathered and what was so interesting about it.



Maybe it’s Georgian culture. Random people dancing to the music. It was really nice. And then for different music gatherings, they would be dancing to music they had heard before. It was a really nice atmosphere. I’m alone, but I don’t feel lonely. I felt like I was floating around.



So I enjoyed Freedom Square with its beautiful Christmas lights. Then I got hungry, but eating a lot of food makes me fat, so I bought peanuts instead and decided to eat them. Back at the hostel, I opened the computer and ate peanuts while doing a work. It really has too much salt in it. But I’m really hungry, so I eat it. That’s how it feels. I’m still thinking how really beautiful and lovely the Christmas lights are. I am so happy to spend one more week here.