Have a lovely Christmas

Hi there, the weather has finally come together and the menu is more or less organised. We had a pre Christmas Christmas with Sam’s grandmother and aunty which was lovely.

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Really enjoyed the above movie, perfect for a couple of hours of escapism French-style.

I have a few books to read over the break and they are all very large!

I am thoroughly enjoying “A Tale for the Time Being” by Ruth Ozeki and when that’s finished I am going to read Donna Tart’s The Goldfinch, which everyone else seems to have read already.

I have done any shopping for presents I need to and am just finishing off a few homemade things. I have just finished and gifted my first Christmas dishcloth (does that make me sound a bit sad??). In case you don’t recognise her she is an angel and was given to a friend who is a bit of an angel herself.

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And finally, this is possibly a little bit mean but a mother’s privilege, a then and now pic of my Sam, cute at any age…love you Sam.

 

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Happy Christmas everyone what ever stage you are at and may 2015 bring you good times. See you in the new year. Fluffy George

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