Good morning! There is one major thing that holidays bring with them, and whilst we’re talking about Christmas, the same applies to Halloween or Thanksgiving, or smaller events such as birthdays and Mother’s Day, and that is tradition. Of course there are those that are common to most: putting the tree up, hanging stockings, mince … More Making Our Christmas Memories with Traditions
Good morning! People all over the world today are busy sending Christmas cards but the tradition originated in the UK. Enterprising friends Sir Henry Cole and John Horsley wanted to make more money for the Public Record Office, now known as the Post Office. The Penny Post had recently been introduced and therefore more people … More Christmas Cards
Good morning! Something a little different today. I hope it brings a smile to your face. The Christmas Dog What’s that now—footsteps on the rooftop? Could it be a cat or a mouse? Who’s this down the chimney? A thief with a beard— And a big sack for robbin’ the house? I’m barkin’, I’m growlin’, … More A Christmas Poem
Good morning! Still looking for that perfect gift for a friend or family member? Well why not make like a wise man and give a gift of gold, frankincense or myrrh? Gold Jewellery is the most obvious choice of course but here are a couple of other suggestions. – a bottle of their preferred tipple … More Bearing Gifts of Gold, Frankincense and Myrrh?
Good morning! What better way to spend a Sunday in December than watching a Christmas film? You can cozy up on the sofa with a cup of hot chocolate and make believe that all can be well in the world if we embrace the spirit of Christmas. Those are my favourites, the ones that have … More Cozy Up And Start the Film
Good morning! If there’s one thing that is enjoyable about the cold weather it’s the chance to drink hot chocolate. I know you can drink it any time of year – and I’ll have a hot cup of tea in the hottest of weather – but cocoa I like to save until Christmas is approaching. … More Lazy Sunday Afternoon, I’ve Got My Cocoa With Me