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 isn’t making him happy.
24: the number of days in December that Elvis the Elf was in residence.
17.50: the amount it cost to go and see Santa at Westfield.
It turned out to be worth every penny!
Month in Numbers is the brainchild of Julie
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2 thoughts on “Month in Numbers | December”
Funny isn't it – that at the end of possibly the most numbery-important month [how many sleeps? advent calendars, last posting dates, how many for lunch? etc] – the numbers suddenly go shy. I made lots of notes … and then had to find decent numbers to go with them!
Yours is a suitably festive page to round off the year Ruth. [I can't believe you sent so many cards! The Post Office must love you!]
You're on the board now with Deb and I so far: https://www.pinterest.com/notesonpaper/my-month-in-numbers/
Wishing you and yours a wonderful 2016!
My goodness, Santa's wages have really risen since my day! You've packed a lot of December sparkle onto the page. Sending warmest good wishes for 2016.