Thursday, 10 December 2015
A Christmas Eve book
My family have never understood my need for books, this has extended to my husband & children.
You can actually hear a loud audible sigh when the question 'What do you want for Christmas/Birthday'? etc. & I reply 'Books please'.
I don't actually need anything but I do like books.
Flighty posted last week about the book he bought himself for Christmas so I'm posting about the book I bought myself for Christmas Eve.
This is my book of salvation, the one I will look forward to. I'm working Christmas Eve you see my choice, my children are older now & I would be on call anyway. I will work from home or if enough
family people peeve me I shall be quite happy in my office or quite happily be with the lads in the race room.
My mum has planned a buffet for Christmas Eve afternoon & we will be opening our presents to each other. As she used to cater for the 5000 I've been tasked to keep an eye on her. Seeing as everyone else is off I shall be neglecting my duties & passing them on. Someone else can have a go!
Anyhoo approx 6pm Christmas Eve I plan to be curled up on a sofa with a little doggie curled up beside me. We shall have a blanket over us, a snowball or two & depending how the day goes I might end up opening the baileys!
Take care all xx