Merry Christmas to all who are reading this post.
In the 'T' household, DH is about to start cooking the Christmas Dinner - DH is so much better at cooking that I am LOL.
We have had a lazy day and even visited Lincoln Hospital at lunch time to deliver 2 tins of chocolate to the staff on duty at A&E as well as to the staff on the Surgical Emergency Assessment Unit. We both wanted to say thank you & Merry Christmas to the staff who have looked after DH so well when he has visited both areas with his Kidneys stones.
It is at this time of year that my thoughts also turn to those people who do not have family or friends around them. Christmas can be such a lonely & depressing time of the year. I also think about those families who are apart this Christmas - especially those in the Armed Services. May your loved ones come home safe and sound and you get to celebrate a 'Un-Christmas' when you are all together.
I do hope that the Military Wives Choir is able to get the Christmas Number 1 as they are a truly inspirational group of women. Every time I hear the song it brings a tear to my eyes - it deserves to be Number 1.
Once again Merry Christmas & Best Wishes to all.