Thursday, 18 December 2008

Bring Back The Christmas Of Old?

The open log fire with stockings hanging full of fruit and nuts. The smell of roasted chest nuts on the fire. The Christmas dinner slowly cooking mists up the windows. The port gurgles its ruby red substance into the glass. The innocence and humbleness of discovering a toy soldier or teddy bear.Returning from the Christmas Eve service with happy red warm glowing faces infront of the fire. The slight patter of snow flakes leaving patterns on the window pane.
Snow fights in the garden. The angel on the Christmas tree glistens in the light casting spells of Christmas cheer. Bring back the Christmas past.

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