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A cd for my son and daughter-in-law ... 30 Years of Runrig for Alex ...Michael Ball & Alfie Boe Together at Christmas for Emma.

Perfume for a good friend.

Cherry brandy liqueur chocolates for my mum Olwen, she will enjoy these all by herself.

A chunky knit lambswool jumper for my son Alex.

Specially made rose gold earrings in the form of a rose for my daughter-in-law Emma.

Some fancy handkerchiefs for a good friend.

A warm woollen scarf for a good friend.

A magic top hat for a magician friend.

Some Webbox meaty sticks for my cat Marty.


Then the Christmas wrapping paper - red and gold from Cats Protection League ... the tree pattern is made up of cats.

Really enjoy wrapping the presents, thinking about each person. 
Some presents will be posted due to the pandemic ... others will be given in person, which I like the best ... others may be given next year, I guess.


Each Christmas brings back memories of other Christmas' times past ... this makes me happy, just as much as Christmas this year.


Have a Happy Christmas 2020 Everyone xx

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I love the tophat for a magician friend @Anonymous joy  joy  joy

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Erm.. I can’t see mine on that list...

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Love the wrapping paper @Anonymous 

 

My christmas presents will be given mostly as money this year (apart from the grandchildren)

We have helped both our sons with cars or repairs. (so a couple of bottles of wine for them on the day!)

Husband and I have have agreed NOT to buy anything for us. Probably as other presents have cost more than expected.

Daughters in law will get Amazon vouchers as requested.

Granddaughter has an XBox all wrapped up with a couple of games. Grandson had a new phone for Birthday and Christmas. So he has some gym gear ready to be opened.

The rest of the family, at their request, will have donations made to charities of their choice.

That's it for us. christmas_treesanta

 

*The Game Is On*

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Lovely thoughts @Anonymous
I spent some time making all my Christmas cards and printing them this year. It was enjoyable. One was a Christmas tree made up of little doggy paws for a neighbour and her super litte dog. Another tree shape with mobile phones and all things techy for teenage sisters. Then I made Christmas present bags with sweeties and chocolates in, for local friends.
Not a big Chrissy person but join in a bit.
Happy Christmas 🎄 everyone ☃️🎅🎅🎅🎅


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A paw print tree sounds fabulous!
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Got a mixture of things brought (canvas photo prints for family, the annual perfume/aftershave for some, a beginners telescope for the daughter) to things made (charm bracelets and crafty items for other family).

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It gave me great joy looking for and buying all of my Christmas presents online ... mostly Amazon

 

Do you treat yourself to a little something for under the Christmas tree?

When I was working it was usually some nice jewellery ... this year I have bought myself the Christmas Together cd by Michael Ball and Alfie Boe ... (the same as posted to my daughter-in-law, as part of her Christmas Box)

 

@Anonymous ... I could buy you a novelty pair of Christmas shorts santa LOL

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No thanks @Anonymous I’d rather not! Lol
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