Friday, 24 December 2010

Merry Christmas!

The holiday season seems to be just flying past this year, I can't believe it's Christmas Eve already and I'd just like to quickly wish you all a very Merry Christmas! I hope the snow hasn't stopped you from traveling to where you want to be & that you're able to spend Christmas with your loved ones. I know we're not all lucky enough to be able to spend time with everyone we'd like to, but I'm sure it's pretty safe to say that they'll never be far from your thoughts and I'm certain they'll be thinking of you too! Phone & skype calls are a regular occurrence on Christmas Day in my house & they really do mean the world! ♥
I'll be spending my time watching all the rubbish films and programmes they show each Christmas on the television, wearing those silly paper hats from crackers & munching my way through my body weight in yummy food, after all, my self-imposed healthy eating plan doesn't start until the New Year!! My mum and are I SO not traditional in any way so for Christmas dinner this year we'll be having cauliflower cheese followed by chocolate, chocolate, chocolate aaaaand yep, more chocolate! Are you more traditional than us? What are you going to be having for your Christmas dinner?

Merry Christmas everyone, have a fabulous day whatever you do! Thank you so much for being there throughout this year & I hope you all enjoy the last few days of 2010!
xoxo

17 comments:

  1. Merry Christmas Jennie :)
    I have to completley agree with the chocolate part of Christmas! xx

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  2. Merry Christmas sweetheart! Have a lovely day with your cauliflower cheese. xxx

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  3. Merry Christmas! Hope you enjoy your day! xxx

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  4. Merry Christmas!! Hope you'll have a wonderfull time and beautiful presents. :)

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  5. Merry Christmas, lovely lady and may you receive what you've wished for!
    I am not spending my Xmas with my family this year as me and hubby could not afford to travel back home (sob), but we will enjoy some special times together and some lovely hours with our families on skype, haha :P

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  6. Tomato and shallot tart for me :D pork for the meateaters of my family though!
    merry christmas lovely xxx

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  7. Merry Christmas!
    I don't like the traditional Christmas meal but yours sounds amazing! x

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  8. Merry Christmas lovely, have a good one x

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  9. My family isn't really traditional either, but I'd like to think that we celebrate Christmas. I hope you have a Merry Christmas! :)

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  10. Happy Christmas Jennie! I hope you have a lovely day :) I love what you're having for dinner, mine will be traditional even though I don't like Turkey! xx

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  11. Happy Christmas.
    Ah we have a Turkey for like 16 people even though theres 6 of us. A full on Christmas dinner. :)

    Enjoy your day. xxxx

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  12. Merry Christmas!! We'll be going down the traditional route food wise with a good old Turkey. I've made lots of festive goodies so we'll no doubt be munching on them. Oh and the Terry's Chocolate Oranges I may have sneaked into the trolley ;) xxx

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  13. happy holidays! do a christmas haul?! xo

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  14. Merry Christmas :) Hope you have a lovely day, enjoy the chocolate! xx

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  15. merry christmas to you,darling!

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