Well, here it is Christmas Eve. The Carol Service from Kings College Cambridge is about to begin. It’s our Christingle Service at St Paul’s, Roundshaw at 4pm; Midnight Communion at St Paul’s at 11.15 and then Christmas Day at 10.30am tomorrow morning at Wallington Girls.
It’s that magical time leading up to Christmas day that is so lovely. This is the bit that I love. I’ve written everything I’m going to write. I’ve got (or not) the presents I’m going to get. The last run to the supermarket has been done. I’ve got the stock going for the meal tomorrow and I will make the stuffing this evening after the Christingle (we love Delia’s 18th century chestnust stuffing – divine).
And then I take a week off. Lovely.
So, since I am unlikely to head for the keyboard much next week I thought I would just like to say thank you to all those who read this blog and contribute to it. Its been a lot of fun for me. It passed the 6,000 views this morning which is grand given I only started in October.
The most viewed topics over the past (and only) three months have been:
Review – Chronicles of the Dawn Treader (way ahead in the viewing stakes!)
So happy Christmas and a peaceful New Year.