Ah, delectable December.How it whizzed by!A closer look shows that even though it was a busy month, I was actually a little light on numerical statistics:70: the number of Christmas cards sent via Royal Mail ... so much for cutting down!19: the number of Thank You letters that The Boy Child will have to write ...which … Continue reading Month in Numbers | December
Before Christmas, we met up with friends to go to the Panto.Pantomime is a peculiarly British tradition at this time of year.And if you happen to see a good production, you will know why Pantos are a British institution.We saw Cinderella, which had a cast made up of present day children's TV presenters and TV presenters from … Continue reading Panto
Now that Santa has delivered the gifts, I can share the photo books I made for The Boy Childto give to Granny and his Godparents. I chose a size of 24x20 cms, with twenty pages and a soft cover. I used Blurb and found their templates extremely easy to follow. I simply copied and pasted from the Things He … Continue reading Photo Books
Having enjoyed our Christmas celebrations yesterday,we are now off to a country house hotel for two nights.The reason?My cousin's wedding.**happy dance**
The 16th is about my December habit of making our house smell like Christmas.The 17th was about our visit to Christmas at Kew.A double page spread, with the advertising flyer in the middle.Day 18 was all about Christmas jumpers.December Daily; my favourite project of the year.
The 12th was when we went to dinner with friends at Dinner.In the album, the LHS has a full page photo of the rather delicious cocktail I enjoyed;a Dame Shirley. I only had one, given the price. The RHS features my shoes and three photoscut down to 2x2. The 13th was all about my Christmas tradition … Continue reading December Daily 12-15
Can't help think I'd have done better: he's off to one sideand his collar isn't straight.For the price they charge, I want proper professional.