I’m still not sure where the last twenty or so days have gone, or how we got so close to Christmas so quickly. Instead of a contributor post on Wednesday (Christmas Eve) I think we’ll just pop a Christmassy poem or something similar on, I expect most of you will be too busy with last minute preparations to have time to be reading much else anyway.
Friday I will put up a chapter of New Year’s Dip, nothing too taxing while you are all recovering from all the food and fun of the day before. And to stretch the Christmassy feeling a little further Stef’s going to read and review The First Christmas, Blyton’s own telling of the nativity story.
I’ve got a few mostly Christmassy photos to add this week, and in case I forget later, have a merry Christmas!
I always take time to read the blog, even on xmas day.
How tall is the star flyer in Edinburgh? Looks scary! Or is it just the perspective of your camera?
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from us, too :)!
It looked terrifying from where I was standing! According to their website it’s almost 60 metres high.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you, Andre and Cody 🙂
Just to say Happy Christmas and thanks for a fun website. Chris
Thank you Chris, and Merry Christmas to you too 🙂
Thank you so much, Fiona
A very merry Xmas to you.
Merry Christmas Francis, and Izzy too 🙂