There is a wonderful Charles Dickens' quote from A Christmas Carol which declares 'For it is good to be children sometimes, and never better than at Christmas, when its mighty Founder was a child Himself.'
Like many people at the festive time of year, we have our traditions. These are ones we repeat each year, either with friends or family. One such tradition is my annual visit to Wentworth Garden Centr
There is something magical about Christmas time, you can almost taste it in the air. Whether it is the glittery whirl of snow, the magical flavour of kindness sprinkled by the Ghost of Christmas Present
You have probably realised by now my penchant for golden age crime. Think Agatha Christie, art deco and lots of people sat around smoking from one of those delicate, long cigarette holders.
Welcome to Day 1 of #12booksofchristmas. Woohoo!!! Over the month of December, I will be bringing you 12 festive books to get you in the mood for this festive time of year.
I have been wanting to gather together a list of all the Christmas books reviewed here on the blog over the 3 years I have been blogging. Why? I am obsessed with Christmas and Christmas books
I am publishing this slightly early, as I am fully in the reading of (and sweating a bit about if I'm honest) my #12booksofchristmas. I have not been organised this year at all.
Apologies for the lack of post on Tuesday, Panto rehearsals ramped up this week. The first performance is tonight, with 2 more scheduled for tomorrow and then that is panto over for the year.
Is there anywhere else where we can go from Arnold Schwarzenegger to Miss Read? I enjoyed sharing my love for Mr Schwarzenegger, but today thought we would return to something comfy and cosy.