Thursday, 25 December 2014

Christmas Day.


Been a nice, quiet Christmas day- blue sky ALL day. Motored over to Aldham Church for Family Service/Communion at 10 a.m. - Church full!  At 12 Noon picked up friend Sylvia, who had lunch with us. Lingered over lunch, then listened to the Queen's speech at three p.m. Then all three of us stood to attention (and Sylvia, God  bless her, is in her nineties)  whilst the National Anthem was played. Ran Sylvia home about four p.m.  Spent most of the rest of the day preparing for a Family get-together tomorrow. Looking forward to it. Goodnight.

P.s. Incredible flowers, roses.  These have been in flower since late April and are still flowering on Christmas Day.

4 comments:

paul cully said...

The sun never sets on the British Empire. I think it was you that that gentleman was thinking about when he wrote those words. And I'm speaking as an Irishman.I salute you sir. Merry Christmas and all blessings for the new year.

Crowbard said...

Give them all our love, Mike

Mike and Ann said...

Thank you Paul. We wish you and yours a merry Christmas, and a Good New Year.

Mike and Ann said...

Will do Carl; and ours to all yours.