My thoughts today are very cruisey and I certainly don’t want to be cooped up indoors on such a glorious day so this post will be short and sweet.
How’s your day faring? Mine has, so far, been excellent. Daughter is at school where she seems to be sitting a neverending run of exams, The Turk is taking the neighbour’s Rottweiler for a walk (because they keep him chained up all day long) and I find myself, yet again, on my terrace taking in the sunshine with My Kedi Cat.
I really should get off my bum and get a few things done, I haven’t even put up the Christmas tree yet or finished buying presents. There has been some discussion that I am, perhaps, a Christmas lightweight although I think that was made abundantly clear last weekend with my dismal failure to keep up at the Köln Christmas markets.
Alright. Up and at ’em. I have been eyeing off the pazı (chard) growing in the bahçe opposite and am thinking a little sarma is on the cards for tonight’s dinner. Yum.
So whereever you are today and whatever it is that you are doing have a great one!
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Wishing you and your family a very merry Christmas.
….Wishing you Heaven in your heart & Starlight in your Soul.
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For unto us a child is born Isaiah 9:6
May His love surround you at Christmas-time and always.
PS Wondering what a Turkish Christmas Day / Dinner looks like. Do you celebrate Christmas day there in Mersin?
We do indeed! I will do a blog on it just for you.
Merry Christmas to you and yours.
I haven’t put up a tree but have draped some flickering lights on the fir tree outside so consider my decorations done. It’s too sunny to get seriously Christmassy yet.
. . the day has been fantastic and ‘Bah! Humbug! to the rest of it!:-D
Oh Scrooge! What are we going to do with you?
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a question better addressed to ‘god’ and all her wonders to behold – like war, famine, pestilence and old age! ;-D
Oh…I love sarma.!! Enjoy 🙂
Happy New year Janey
Thank you Arthur. Happy New Year to you too. I hope it brings you nothing but health and happiness.