A chalet Christmas




Everything Christmassy at the chalet gets downsized, the tree, the decorations and even the cards, which are less and less each year; the mince pies are bite size and the cake is small, partly because we have other goodies like panettone and German Lebkuchen which folk seem to prefer.  We will knuckle down with a jigsaw and switch the fairy lights on and if its dry on the day itself we will venture out onto the beach [low tide 13.30] and wish everyone we see season’s greetings.

I hope that 2019 will be more peaceful for all, here in the U.K  we will be starting the year with an almighty Brexit argument that will only get worse so I say make the most of the holiday and try to bite your lip when the family take sides. Wherever you are, if you receive this post by email or are reading it somewhere online have a very good time.

See you on the other side.

About Ruth

I am an actor and theatre maker, I moved down to the SW of England 20 years ago with my partner and son. Ten years ago we bought a chalet on the Rame Peninsula and are fully embracing life of the cliff.
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4 Responses to A chalet Christmas

  1. Matt says:

    Merry Christmas, see you next week!

  2. shazza says:

    Have a lovely Christmas.
    Ps ~ love your card holder. X

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