Hey readers ,
my word of the week is
because I have finally got my head in place to deal with Christmas shopping. I am so glad I have completed it, I really struggled with the busyness, so glad it is done now rather than later. I can not believe how busy it is or it could be down to the fact I haven’t been in a shop for over a week. Anyhow, that is one pressure done and it is such a relief. How hot are the stores right now, I feel like I an going pass out, ugh! Still in denial that we are in December and we are fast approaching Christmas, eek!
That said I have been enjoying the films that have been on telly at the moment. I do love to curl up in the evening when it is so miserable outside.
Hope you have had a good week.
Cheers for reading.
Can you actually believe that we are in DECEMBER, its true! Let’s get in the festive spirit and things Christmas related.
On the big day you can eat your body weight in calories and drink the booze until your sozzled on the sofa.
Kids are not allowed to stay they are bored. because how can they be bored with that amount of new s**t!
Normally tat is frowned upon, but the brighter and more daring the decoration the better Christmas vibe it brings!
Finally something half decent is on TV and I am not even talking about Netflix, I am just talking about the ‘normal’ channels.
All the stand up DVD’S come out!
There is nothing more beautiful than having candles on and watching the twinkly lights in the evening.
Now I have children I have an excuse to read the Beano and feel the love once more.
Roast potatoes lavished with goose fat, why?… ermmm because it is christmas and I can do what I like and no one will bat an eyelid!
Christmas toilet roll, can you get anymore festive.
I find it really therapeutic wrapping presents, especially when I have the radio on in the background and a good old alcoholic drink in my hand, really helps me get in the mood for Christmas.
Having family of my own to share it with, at one point in my life I had no one. So, I feel truly blessed to be able people that I can call my own and celebrate with.
Using Father Christmas as a threat to keep your little ones in order I am going miss when it is over.
Seeing the magic in your kids eyes and that lovely innocent excitement on Christmas Eve.
Having snuggles with the boys on the sofa Christmas eve and watching Channel four special film they do every year (seems to be a tradition in our household).
Cheers for reading X