The girls were unpacking from their trip up north, I was up to my knees in bags, clothes and Christmas parcels. I was also in the way.
I peered out through the fog at the frozen village. I packed a few bits and pieces, dressed for the weather and headed off to look for some sunshine.
It wasn’t far away. As I pulled into the Overtoun House car park the edge of the fog swirled around me and after a couple of minutes I was climbing high above it. The cloud hugged the shape of the Clyde, and everything else was gleaming white and bathed in winter light.
It was a glorious wander though deep powder snow. And absolutely bloody freezing.

I made it back to my folks for lunch and the girls arrived just after me. There has since been much snacking, cuppas and listening for Santa. He’s in for a treat this year, flapjack, tea and apple juice in the Peppa Pig bottle, and of course a carrot for Rudolf are all sitting ready.
Holly is having such a great time this Christmas, she’s so excited, and it’s just a joy to watch. 

Wherever you are, whatever you are doing, at this time of year where the highs find new heights and the lows can find new depths, with all my heart and soul, I wish you well.

5 thoughts on “Christmas”

  1. You too mate – all the best to you & the girls

    I’m finding my new high right now with a large tin of Roses and a bottle of Glayva and some ice – happy, happy, happy…

  2. Merry Christmas to all the ptc* household! And a prosperous 2010, full of purpleness and skulls… May the Kit be with you…

  3. It’s a winter wonderland… Santa’s been and he’s a very generous chap indeed! Happy days and yes, watching the kids excitement and joy is special.

    Have a very Merry Christmas and prosperous New Year to you all. :-)

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