HAPPY CHRISTMAS, EVERYONE!
At last we have arrived at Christmas Eve, and I’ve managed to achieve all I set out to achieve … iced the cake, wrapped the presents, hung the Christmas cards from the archway in our sitting room, put greenery in vases in the hall and kitchen and along the mirror above the fireplace, lit candles, entwined fairly lights up the banisters, and even roasted a chicken.
The finished cake is above – finished this morning!
I am now going to make some open sandwiches for our supper, with granary bread, some cold roast chicken, coleslaw, and whatever bits and pieces of salad I find in the fridge. Then we will watch television, the special University Challenge, the Christmas at St Paul’s, and a Christmas edition of Would I Lie to You, our favourite comedy show.
I would like to thank you all for reading my blog and for the very kind comments that many of you leave; my blog wouldn’t be a fraction as interesting without readers leaving comments, and these in themselves often trigger more comments, like the ripples made by a stone cast into a pond. Thank you, one and all, and may I wish you, whether you are alone, with just one other person, or with your family, a very Happy Christmas and a peaceful and healthy New Year.
With my love,
Until next time,