Friday’s Friendly Fill-ins

One of my favourite things to do, apart from reading, is writing, so I love this blog link up at McGuffy’s Reader. In the Friendly Fill-ins we’re given written prompts (the words in purple bold) and then complete them how we wish.

1. I start to decorate for Christmas/Hanukkah as soon as December gets here. One thing that I keep all year is my door for santa’s elves – they need a way to get in and out when they’re checking up on things. It sits in the skirting board near the front door.


2. I prefer a real Christmas tree because it smells lovely and looks beautiful with the decorations all over it. I do love the not so real trees that you can see around towns at this time of the year, especially if they’re totally covered with fairy lights (the best sort of lights there are).


3. The best thing about the holidays is having eleven days with my beloved without work, enjoying the real spirit of Christmas, and taking time to restore our souls. The other really good thing is enjoying Christmas fairs and all the lovely decorations and nibbles that are around.



4. The worst thing about the holidays is that it’s winter time and the days are so short. I really don’t like the short days and when the days are dull and grey. Hopefully there won’t be too many days like that and instead we’ll have lots of crisp, bright days where we can get out and enjoy more days of fun.

What’s your favourite thing about this time of the year? Before you go, hop over to Annie’s blog, McGuffy’s Reader, and see what my fellow bloggers have come up with for their responses.

Until next time, be good, stay safe, and have a really lovely weekend.

Pamela & Ken
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4 thoughts on “Friday’s Friendly Fill-ins

  1. Wonderful answers! There are stories for that little door. My mind is racing with ideas! I love it!Bill is back on the road, so I am trying to catch up. Thanks for being there! HUGS!

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