Happy Christmas everyone! Join me for a rambling natter, don your Christmas hat, pour yourself something lovely….and grab a gift to open with me.
The last window on the calendar and then making the most of the last few rays of sunshine with some very quiet time in the garden.
After opening the penultimate window on the calendar I carry on in the garden. Another small job but one which gets me excited for next year.
A rare dry day sees me racing off to the garden…….there are so many little jobs to do….really little jobs…..they are a joy to get stuck in to.
Another damp squib of a day sees me getting on with things indoors…….including a minor fix for my boiler……if I can remember how!
The days are short, the clouds are heavy and dark, it could feel really rather gloomy……but……there are so many lovely lights twinkling all around.
I had planned for a full day in the garden……..amongst other jobs I wanted to do some harvesting…..
During a bonkers busy day I take some time out to get on with some ‘pressing matters’ and start to feel excited about tomorrow’s celestial happening.
After opening another window on the advent calendar I go off to my High street to see what treats I can find for Christmas for a tenner (£10).
I don’t know whether it was the Christmas decorations or something else…..but a memory of life at my grandparent’s place in Dorset was sparked, it was so lovely to remember…. For my newer subscribers here is a video I made of a recent visit to this lovely part of the world: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmmLDM9aYqc