Monday, December 26, 2011

Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

On Christmas Eve l went into Kingston and saw this Christmas decoration over the "Kop Shop", isn't it beautiful and very unusual?!

 I just love standing and watching the expressions on the children's faces, when the bears, penguins and the music starts on this Christmas Showcase.
 Guess who sits here?
 Yep... Father Christmas!
 Now for Christmas Day!

 What... you don't have a Phone Angel in your house?
Can someone please tell my wonderful husband this is not the best way to take your blood pressure! Ha!
 Isn't this beautiful?... A gift to me from my husband, Tony. Aren't l a really lucky girl?... I love Amber!
 Christmas dinner cooked by Tony, with help from our daughter who prepared the brussel sprouts!!! xx
Walking round Wimbledon Common to compensate for the dinner we just ate.
 Think l found a Guerrilla Poet on Wimbledon Common... This was the third one l found.
 Another confused plant blooming way too early!
 Me trying to be Arty!... Think l succeeded!
 Moorhens on the edge of one of the ponds on the Common.
 Does anyone know what the green growth is beside this fungi?
 Boxing Day shopping with Tony and Jenny. Oh what l could do with this paper, pity they throw such great stuff away!
 Isn't this an amazing mural? So much to look at, I see something new every time I go past it.
 One of the staircases we climbed today!
 A different view of the Post Office Tower.
 Looking out the window while having coffee in a "Pret" in Tottenham Court Road.
 Lovely Christmas decorations.
 Just love the contrast between the netting, metal decoration and stone work.
 Snowflakes or Mistletoe lights.......?
 A great view of 'The Wheel' on Boxing Day evening.
 Night all...


Emma said...

I had a great Christmas, with all I need in my family around me, looks like you had a fabulous one too. Here's hoping for a great 2012 for all of us! x

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Penny said...

Great pictures! I LOVE the idea of a guerrilla poet. I wouldn't mind doing something like that myself but then I'd want to hide in the bushes to see what people thought *tee-hee*!

lynda Howells said...

glad you all had a great Christmas.xx Penny l feel the same way. I would have to have a video camera working somewhere!!xx

Anonymous said...

what a great assemblage of photos. the table (and meal!) look so inviting... and I love the urban shots, especially that grill work.

Merry Christmas to you and yours!

lynda Howells said...

thanks everyone for firstly visiting my blog and then for such interesting and lovely remarksxxx
Happy new year for a few days timexxlynda