For the Promptless

For The Promptless – S. 2, E. 5 – Gezellegheid
June 11, 2013 By rarasaur
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Gezelligheid is a Dutch noun meaning the comfort and coziness of being at home, with friends, with loved ones or general togetherness.

Gezellig is an adjective that the noun is based on.
From wiki:
A room can be gezellig. (meaning cozy or inviting)
A person can be gezellig. (meaning entertaining or pleasant)
A party can be gezellig. (meaning fun)
A visit to ones grandparents can be gezellig. (meaning togetherness)
A set of curtains can be gezellig. (meaning pretty or nice).

Suggested Prompts:

Describe something in your life where you have a gezelligheid
Write a story featuring a gezellegheid
… or make up your own related prompt!

Baby Nursery

My youngest daughter and I have been working on getting her, soon-to-be-born-son’s, nursery ready. We want it to be a gezellig room. The room is small, but has a large closet. We intend to make the most of the closet space, as he will be sharing the room with his 3 year old half-sister. I think she is going to try for 3 of these:

Closet Organizer

My daughter and her husband have finally decided to go with a safari theme.

1 Safari Nursery

Once we get the glider and ottoman placed in the room, I think the room will be gezellig.

Glider and Ottoman

There will be a toddler bed and toy box added for Sister; probably both a Dora design. The cozy, comfortable room will be ready.

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