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Blogmas Day 24 – Christmas Eve

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By Abbey Morton

“’TWAS the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse.”

The famous lines of Clement Clarke Moore’s poem are known around the world.
Yet is a story that has never been told in my family.
Tonight I will read my two-year-old the magical tale as we snuggle up on the sofa in our Christmas jammies.
We have baked mince pies to leave for Santa and just before heading to bed some food will be sprinkled in the garden for the reindeer, a carrot will be left for rudolph and a bottle of beer will be waiting to whet Santa’s whistle.
Today has been a day of preparations — the desserts for Christmas day, wrapping the final presents and packing the car ready to visit relatives.
Will all the rich roast food we are set to consume over the next few days I have decided not to cook tonight, instead we are getting a Thai takeaway (and saving on the washing up!)
This December has been lovely as we have created lots of happy memories and started some new traditions.
Merry Christmas!


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