We are nearly there, Christmas is upon us once more. I haven't spent any money on it, don't feel the need to. I've posted a few cards through doors, cards I had left over from years ago, might as well use them up, daft not to. I bought a cheap bottle of sherry, that's been supped. A glass a night and it soon goes. I can buy a bottle of sherry any time of year, might get another one next June. Not keen on Christmas cake, or mince pies, and I hate Christmas pud, won't buy any.
I did think about putting some baubles on the bush outside my front door. Got them out of the cupboard, hung a red one up, that looks nice, I'll leave it at that. I have some of those candle type lights, seven in a row, those that look like a bridge that you put in the front window. I found them in the skip a few weeks ago that I posted about. They look nice on top of the cupboard, I will leave them there until next Christmas. No reason why you can't have them on all the year round. Might save a bit on the electricity.
Anyway, enough of my ramblings. I picked out a couple of home made cards, and couldn't decide which one to put on here, so I've scanned both of them. By posting them here it's going to save me the cost of sending a card out to all my lovely readers, you can view them here they are free to you. I will be giving them to people, might as well get good use of them. For those of a religious leaning, here is my photo of a monument in our churchyard.
For anyone else, here is a pusscat card. You can choose whichever one you like.
I'm going to be busy for the next couple of days, hopefully on the move if the weather is not too bad, so I'll catch up with you when I have time. The netbook is travelling with me, so I might pop in. I hope you all enjoy your Christmas, and all your preparations go according to plan. Thank you for visiting my blog, sees you soon. Toodle pip.