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Wishing you all a very happy Christmas

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After weeks of preparation, many mice pies and a lot of singing carols, the big day has finally arrived! Question is: are you ready for Christmas?

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A Christingle, lit earlier today to mark the arrival of Christmas.

Don’t answer that. Mrs Adams and I have already come to the conclusion that we will have to “pop out”  to get a few last minute essentials, probably from a service station.

Anyway, I simply wanted to wish all my readers a very happy Christmas. Whatever you are doing and however you mark the celebration, I wish you peace, love and prosperity.

For those of you into photography, the image of the Christingle was shot using a 30 second exposure time in a room with no artificial light source whatsoever. I have linked this post to the magnificent #MySundayPhoto linky hosted by the Photalife blog (click on the badge below for more).

Once again, I wish you all a very happy Christmas. I’m now off to spend some time with the family.


9 thoughts on “Wishing you all a very happy Christmas”

  1. Like you we have planned and made lists and shopped ourselves to our wits end. Then tonight we were looking for cheese………no cheese. Oh well, lets hope no-one wants the cheese board 🙂 Merry Christmas #MySundayPhoto

    1. Ha ha, brilliant! In our case bin liners were the main missing element. All that rubbish and recycling and we struggled to find places to put it all. Hope you had a good Christmas.

    1. Hope you had a good Christmas Darren. The Christingle wasn’t really a part of Christmas when I was growing up but my kids, like Mia, love them.

  2. Merry Christmas John, I’m cross now I didn’t manage a photo from our Christingle orange, but they made the mistake of using sweets this yaer which didn’t last the parade around the church! Happy Boxing Day from Coombe Mill #MysundayPhoto

    1. Hope you had a good Christmas Fiona and thnaks for commenting. As it happens, some of our Christngle was made from sweets and they didn’t last all that long either. I had to put this one to the side to ensure I could get a shot!.

  3. Love that you detest Christmas jumpers. We do ‘winter’ jumpers here – bit more subtle, can be worn more frequently, and no garishness.

    Hope you had a lovely christmas

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