It’s the final post of my Weekly Pics segment and what better way to go out than with a big festive celebration! I’ve got a combination of old photos from Christmas and New Year celebrations here for you to enjoy.
With just a week left until Christmas (how?!), I’m in the best mood that I’ve been in since I finished university, and I hope that these high spirits continue well into the new year. 2016 hasn’t been great, so here’s to a bright and happy 2017!
Although I’m only 21 and single, I do tend to think about meeting someone, getting married and (eventually) having kids with them quite often. This year it’s been on mind most of the time, and I’m not really sure why.
As I’ve probably made you all aware by now, Christmas is the best time of the year to chow down on all your favourites, because there’s always so much choice. Whether its the roast dinner, the chocolate, or anything in between, we all have something that we love to eat at Christmas. For me, it’s all about the home-baked goods.
Christmas and New Year are often looked upon as the time of the year to be thankful for what we have. Following the success of my first ever piece of freelance work this weekend, I wanted to consider what I’m most thankful for this year.
In my post last week about the gift of giving, I alluded to what I felt was the meaning of Christmas. My meaning, at least.
In a fortnight’s time this year’s Christmas number 1 will finally be revealed following weeks of speculation over who will take the most coveted title in the UK charts.
A couple of days ago I posted some festive pieces of micro-fiction that I’d written exclusively for posting on my blog this month. Given that my poetry has made up some of my most popular uploads from this last year, I thought I’d continue with that creativity and write some seasonal pieces as a part of blogmas.
With Christmas just a few weeks away and my house very much in the midst of the festivities, I figured now would be a good time to post some of the seasonal fiction that I wrote last week.