How will it be?
mother in law for dinner
get pissed and watch daft telly stuff
Timeout wrote (see)
Make sure you leave room for the turkey after eating the mother in law Stu.
Oh Sunluvver - what a wonderful time of year you're going to give your little one. I have a 5 year old boy and an 8 year old girl. We shall.........
* be awake any time from 0545 (have been this month with son waking to open calendar)
* open Santa pressies on our bed (with a cuppa & maybe fizz)
*go downstairs to open rest of pressies (& note who sent them)
* wish several times I could go for a run
* have breakfast (& fizz)
* wish agaiin I could go for a run (have another fizz)
*play with toys & games
* have yummy PORK CRACKLING ROAST (am glad I ddin't go for a run HIC!)
Let dinner go down before walking 1 mile to sisters for more pressies & food
Return home sometime around 2100 with two very tired children
We are absolutely SKINT but we're going to have a great day, as are our children. We were supposed to have Xmas afternoon at ours but told family we were too skint to feed everyone, hence we're going to my sister's - guilt free!!!
Wake and get the wife a tea
Home and put fire on, proper coffee and present opening
Cook the pheasant
Eat as and when done
No watching of the Queen, sound of music or Bambi
Decide if i am hungry enough to eat more.
No Dr Who or Stickly I'm a celebratty can't dance x factor
Drink a bit and head to bed
Boxing day entertaining friends but will be joining local running crowd for a swim in the sea and a run.
STU - wrote (see)
Canibal.... We're having turkey
KatieJane wrote (see)
No idea what this year will be like, first year with MiniKJ so we're now bound by grandparents wanting to see her and be involved.
You don't HAVE to do as other people want, you know?
It is still your Christmas too.
We don't do Christmas in the conventional way. We have a lie-in so get up around 7, normal brekkie and loads of Nespresso coffee (decaff for me). Phone calls to various rellies follow. Whatever the weather we'll be off around 10 for a very leisurely 9 mile walk with the birding stuff , back around 4. We take a packed lunch with us, flask, hip flask, sarnies, couple of slices of christmas cake and have that at the half way stage which is at the beach huts. Then pootle back. Hopefully will bag about 50 species. The first half is usually a bit pants cos there are too many people about on new bikes, skateboards and usually with the odd dog or two all wearing new hats/gloves/scarves or all three. The walk home is better, it's deserted and near the end bit we pass houses with steamed up windows, the sound of washing up being done or arguments being had and the smell of sprouts.
We've done it for the last 10 years. It's smashing and gives me and the OH a long day together without any interuptions - a real rarity these days
We crash out with our feet up for a few hours after we get back and then I'll think about making dinner. Dunno what yet but it won't be anything too rich but I may go mad and have a few glasses of something (I rarely drink but do enjoy bubbles). Boxing day is the club swim (in the sea) and run (5 miles) and then lunch in the pub.
As usual same shit different year
What did I get? I bought myself a dvd and some new saws up to now. And I haven't had a drink either
Up early and in the kitchen.
Back to the kitchen to prod and poke things.
Watch a dvd of my brother as an ugly sister in panto (we couldn't get to the show). His legs are better than mine
Realise I haven't had breakfast - eat chocolate.
Back to the kitchen - realise I'm cooking too much and/or the oven is too small.
Sit in front of laptop to rest my feet and type this.
Later, there will be dinner, Doctor Who and various Christmas tv rubbish
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