Monthly Archives: December 2009
Visited the hairdresser yesterday – went in, determined to not waver and to make the point that the razor cut ends had been a little flyaway. What do I get greeted with? “Would you like a wee glass of wine … Continue reading
Visitors are safely arrived for the holidays so Christmas is going well. We have been providing a salad bar for a many-antlered red stag. He has been venturing into the garden from early evening. Must be desperate poor thing. Well … Continue reading
This is the first time I can remember a white Christmas for ages. Our temperatures are way down in nearly double figures below freezing. Makes me appreciate heating, lighting, TV and internet. A happy and blessed Christmas to everybody.
Dreams really can come true. We need to remember that. This duet with Susan Boyle and Elaine Paige had me in floods of tears. You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video
Went to our local church last night where the Craig Lodge Community (Mary’s Meals and SIR) were hosting a nativity and carol service run by adults and young people. There was a choir, a very large stable (size of a … Continue reading
The nativity scene is up and the three cats look on in wonder. They are being distracted from their job of stopping the stable mice eating the donkey and ox’s hay. Sometimes it is nice to be a big kid.
Oh no! We’ve got mice. The good news is that they are in the loft – so far. But they sound as if they have tackity boots on.
The Christmas cards have to be done soon. Cards have started to arrive in the post each day. I enjoy seeing those few words from friends I often don’t hear of very much throughout the year. That’s the thing with … Continue reading