So thankful that the snow has cleared. Going to be dull and damp through Christmas but at least travelling will not be a problem like it is when it is snowing.
Some people wonder why everything comes to a standstill when it snows in this country - we don't have it often enough (well here in the South anyhow) for it to be viable to have lots of snow ploughs and equipment.
I was surprised to find that I had peeled a twin banana last week
I thought I was all ready to serve dinner to friends recently
when I realised the chicken breasts where still in the fridge!
I usually prepare them just before cooking but this time prepared them earlier and put them in the fridge
I hate to keep guests waiting but that's how it turned out!
Such different December sunsets on two consecutive evenings.
Had to share this! My daughter walked 62 plus miles over 2 days this Autumn along one of England's
Ridgeways. A Ridgeway being an ancient trackway described as one of Britain's oldest roads. The term originated in Anglo-Saxon times 410 to 1066 and they run along high ridges of hills.
It was well organised. The group stayed and ate together in a hotel the night before and camped over the middle night.
Seen here with our grand children Oliver and Rebekah at the finish.
Well done Jane
A few Saturday's ago my neighbour held a charity cake sale.
All of these cakes were made by her Sister-in-law and they were delicious.
Yes I bought enough to freeze as well as eat that weekend!
Well I am sure I have gone on long enough so I'll take this opportunity to wish everyone a Very Happy Christmas and a Blessed year to come.