Sunday, 2 December 2012

it's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas

Youth group have decorated the church Christmas tree.
Sunday school have been preparing for their Christmas breakup.


Oops, a slight accident with Joseph :(
I've wrapped some Christmas presents.


Helped with a Christmas gift stall. 
And written out my Christmas cards. 

Yes it's definitely beginning to feel a lot like Christmas.
Have a good week, folks.


  1. Poor Joseph...glad there is always a back up.
    Looks like you are well into the spirit of the season Diana. Enjoy!

  2. How warm will it be there at Christmas time??

  3. Dearest Diana,
    Oh, I alwys wonder how different will it be to have Christmas in the warm or the hot season(*^_^*) Have a wonderful December, friend in New Zealand♬♬♬
    Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

  4. Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to leave a comment. : )

  5. A truly magnificent Christmas tree, Diana! Yes, it's definitely looking and feeling very much like Christmas!

    Denise x

  6. My goodness you are organised. I've not wrapped any presents or written a single card yet. If I don't watch the big day will be here and I won't be ready.
    Your trees and decorations are looking great. :)

  7. Hi--in answer to your question--we do not get snow here on the Coast of SC at Christmas time. Well--only once in the 30 years I have lived here have we had snow and that was a amazing. We usually have no snow at all in the winter or sometimes we may see a few flurries. Last year we saw none. But there was one remarkable year when we had a bad storm that dumped 12 inches of snow right around Christmas. I think it broke all records. It was about a week before we could drive because they really have no snow plows here--just sand and dirt to dump. We did have a bit of snow a few years back in Feb. and it amounted to 4 inches. It was the last "big" storm we have had here on the coast!


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