Christmas Greetings to all my wonderful friends all over the world and here in NZ. We woke to rain, and Boris leaping on the bed to say hello at a very early hour.
It was all too much for him and he yawned as he had a rest.Then promptly went back to sleep
Felicity has found a hidey hole amongst boxes in another bedroom,and is happy there in peace and seclusion. Here she is in an earlier photo.
Santa has arrived, another goody is in the post, A wonderful new Samsung Smart Phone at an equally wonderful early Boxing Day special price!!!
and we have dear friends coming to visit this afternoon. Phone calls, and a mystery parcel that arrived some days ago. It was printed? and had an Auckland address!!! No-one admitted to knowing anything about it, and when I opened it, the calendar had some beautiful photos for each month. However it was not until I opened January’s page that I knew who sent it.Jenn??? Am I right?? Then again I recognised Junior bear by the feeder.
I am so happy I waited until today to see these lovely photos. Many.many thanks Jenn.
We have had rain most of the day, and thunderstorms all afternoon.
Many heartfelt thanks for your care and concern as we packed, moved in, and are slowly getting settled. I hope that everyone up North has a truly Joyous Christmas, with family and friends .We are so thankful for our new home, wonderful neighbours, blog friends far away and closer by, I treasure each one of you specially at this time of the year.
Christmas Greetings to you all, and Best Wishes for the New Year and may 2019 be all you wish for.Challenges and sadness that have been overcome, health problems to be faced with love and courage, and much more.
Quotation of the day, from Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
“ I heard the bells on Christmas Day,
their old familiar carols play,
and wild and sweet, the words repeat,
of Peace on Earth,Good-will to men”
Greetings from Jean.