A blog features what you choose to show, and display to your readers. I often forget that this little corner of the web is my own, sounds silly but I do forget I can post whatever takes my fancy. Blogs are in a sense rather like an online diary, so I wanted to be able to look back one day and read about how I felt on Christmas day in 2014!
I’ve never been a frantic lover of Christmas, and have never before gone to bed on Christmas night feeling good and that warm, festive and joyful feeling I experienced today. For personal reasons, who knows maybe one day I’ll talk about it on my channel or on here but for now there are some things just best kept private.
I felt as excited as a child when their foot establishes a fall stocking on the end of their bed on Christmas morning. When they clock that the carrots have been eaten and the milk has been drunk and Santa’s even taken a swig of the whiskey. When I woke up this morning I felt that festive excitement and me and my mum sat there talking on her bed at half four in the morning till six, when we thought it was acceptable to wake up the dogs, my nan and my brother.
We spent nearly two hours opening presents, taking it slow, having a laugh, while swigging down as many coffee and tea’s as we could cope with. Roxie, my beloved Boxer-Cross Border Collie stuck her nose in every bag, present and box the nosey little thing possibly could. Honey my Jack Russell Cross sat cuddled up to us, without a clue to what was going on (her first Christmas!).
Even the dogs got their own Christmas dinner, their plates over flowing with meats, spuds and stuffing. They individually pick out the vegetables and chuck them across the kitchen!
I treated myself to a Lush Cosmetics bath, a luxurious facemask and doing my nails up all Christmassy!
Now I’m sat writing up this post so I never forget this amazing Christmas. I might as well inject a bit of my personal life now and again, it will be a nice way for me to look back and remember these amazing, cherished memories!
I Hope you have all had a lovely Christmas! I’d love to hear about it in the comments x