We are still enjoying freezing temperatures, no more snow today but a great frost and freezing fog too. My grandson, Wills, is keeping this icicle in the freezer so that he can see it in the summer. He enjoyed his presents, particularly a book of dinosaurs which was a great hit. He did extremely well with his present giving too -
I got this book and a massive box of Thorntons' chocolates, boy am I a happy Nanny!! I also had another great piece of post, this time from New Zealand. It was notification from the Timaru mini-symposium that I have got my first choice of workshop there in April, yeah baby, I'll be doing a miniature foundation-pieced Storm at Sea quilt with Meryl Caudwell. Finally for today, here's a shot of me with my first bowlful of Christmas pudding, complete with brandy butter and a sparkler, excellent.
Oh and a friend had left a brace of pheasant hanging on the front door handle - no photo in case some of my dear readers are vegetarian or of nervous disposition but that will be another little task for tomorrow!
Have a very Happy Christmas.