Monday, 8 December 2008

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas....

The roughs for Frogs part 2 and Pirates part 1 are in, two days ahead of schedule, so today I had the rare luxury of a morning to myself. I went to collect my Christmas cards from the delivery office, and, despite the hassle I had uploading them, they look AWESOME.

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I will be sending those out ASAP (especially as I just discovered the last posting date for 2nd class is next Thursday, not to mention the fact that half the people I will be sending cards to won't even be in their offices after the 19th).

I don't really have room in the flat for a Christmas tree (well, not the kind of seven-foot-500-light-silver-bauble-extravaganza I usually favour, anyway) so I'm going for a mantlepiece garland, paperchains on the ceiling, and this 'ere branch on the table:

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I'm waiting for the weekend and the appearance of Boyfriend before we put up the rest, but I couldn't resist getting a little festive already. (Although, to be honest, I'm far too much of a Monica and even though I might let him put on a bauble or two, after he's gone to bed I'll just re-arrange them to how I like them.)

I also have 108 songs on my "Xmas" playlist on my iPod, and I have to confess it's been on repeat play since last Tuesday. I go to bed singing Christmas songs, I wake up singing Christmas songs. Newly discovered favourites: Miss Piggy's version of "Santa Baby", KT Tunstall's "Mele Kalikimaka" and The Spinners' "Twelve Days of Christmas". Genius.

3 comments:

Deb said...

your christmas tree branch/twig plant looks very nice. your cards look super fab! dx.

Holly said...

O M G. SOMEONE'S festive!! You beat me big time :(

The branchmabobby is muy guapa/o...at least, I think that's what I mean. Let's say tres beau/belle :D

Umm...there was something I was gonna say... :? Meh, I dunno. I'll get back to you on that one :)

PG said...

We have ours and it is lovely thank you! It is one of only two which are on the offical string - next to Miskellaneous's. Only home made, artist or obviously well chosen cards got put up in our house, the rest (crappy ones from a pack) go in a slush pile.