Sunday, 23 December 2012

Keep Calm and Eat Christmas Cake



I took this video at our Christmas Fair at the beginning of December. The children from St Mary's C of E Primary School accompanied by their teacher sang carols for us which was lovely and for me what Christmas is all about. As the month progressed, the water got higher and the mood got lower, culminating in a frenzied, trolley-jam shopping nightmare in Tesco's yesterday. Two days to go and I'm feeling more like this :-



It'll be all right on the night. Really it will. Happy Christmas to anyone who drops by. love u lots Molly xx

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  1. Yes it will Molly, because all the 'stuff' really doesn't matter (although we always fret far too much over it). This year we are taking off on Christmas Eve and will land in the laps of our children. Other than a few gifts for each of them I have done nothing...and I expect nothing. A cheese sandwich and a hug from each of them, and I will be in heaven.
    I will be virtually dropping by yours however! - Happy Christmas!

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    1. A cheese sandwich and a hug from me too. J, thank you for your brilliant support. Love Molly xx

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  2. Molly - I loved the children's singing - as you say that is what Christmas is all about.

    Have a Merry Christmas - you are in my thoughts.

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    1. and you in mine. Loved hearing from you the other day. Have a lovely Christmas, Sue xx

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  3. The little voices! Lovely. Have a beautiful Christmas.

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    1. Joanne, happy Christmas to you and your family too xx

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  4. Feeling a bit choked lately, Molly? Haha. Or just like you're in a chicken soup . . . Either way, Happy Christmas to you and yours!

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  5. I am sooo wanting that chicken
    happy christmas dear heart

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    1. I've put a letter up the chimney to Father Christmas for you. Have a great Christmas too xx

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  6. And a very happy Christmas to you too, Molly.

    M&S in Oxford was so frenetic we actually didn't go in, but shopped elsewhere. Nightmarish! Burt as you say, those children and their singing are at the heart of what really matters.

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    1. Happy Christmas Perpetua. Have a lovely day.

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  7. I know what you mean. I am feeling like that chicken right now but am trying my best to squak with a smile on my face.

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    1. After we came home from the hospital today, I put the turkey in the oven and then had 2 hours glorious sleep. Feel all refreshed and raring to go again now. Have a lovely, special Christmas too xxx

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  8. Wot; no singing Turkey?

    It's Christmas Eve, and I have to go shopping this morning. I just hope it's not like your Tesco's. Cro xx

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    1. It will be - lotsa luck. Hope your Santa day goes well. Have a brilliant Christmas xx

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  9. Merry Christmas to you too.

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  10. Merry Christmas Molly. Kick off your shoes, have a little sip of something cheering and listen to those sweet little voices. All will be well.xx

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    1. Have a lovely Christmas too. Elaine, your two little grandchildren are gorgeous - you will have such a special time with them.

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  11. Ok so now I'm calm but also fat!

    Have a happy Christmas too Molly.

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    1. Have just had a piece of Christmas cake soaked in Brandy so I'm calm and fat too. Happy Christmas, Chris xx

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  12. I hope you had a lovely Christmas, and wish you the very best for 2013!

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  13. Thank you, hope you had a lovely Christmas too. Happy New Year and lots of wonderful sewing xx

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