It’s Christmas Eve here in Australia.
We’ve had a BBQ dinner, played a few family games and ‘Carols by Candlelight’ is on the telly. I’ve got some presents left to wrap before they get distributed at our family lunch tomorrow.
All you northern hemisphere types might be interested to know that it’ll be 27 degrees C here tomorrow, with light winds. A perfect Aussie Christmas. We’ll be doing our customary crepe breakfast and then a leg of lamb and a turkey roll for lunch. Yummo!
Thanks for stopping by through the year and reading my crap. I hope it was at least mildly entertaining, if not actually interesting. The fact that people take the time to click on a headline and read a story is very gratifying. I get lazy occasionally, but always have in mind the fact that you don’t have to stop here. You choose to. And for me, that means putting something together that’s worth reading. I’ll be the first to say I don’t always get there, but know that I’ll always try to make it worthwhile.
Thanks for sharing your stories with me, too. This is a two-way street, a way for me to share news and stuff with some friends around the world, but to learn from those friends, too.
This Christmas, I’m thankful for your time, your knowledge and your willingness to share a little of both with me.
I wish you all a very Merry Christmas. I hope you have a wonderful time with your family and friends. For those missing family or friends this year, I hope you find some comfort. For those who might have had a near miss this year, enjoy every moment.
And if you’re not celebrating Christmas for religious or philosophical reasons, then I hope you have a good old regular day.
For those who wish to partake, here’s a Christmas flash-mob conducted by Darth Vader.
I’ll still be posting regularly between Christmas and New Year’s.
Make sure you come back late on Boxing Day for a cracker of a read I’ll be linking to about the Goodwood Festival of Speed. It’s outstanding!