Favourite Christmas Songs 

Slade: Merry Christmas

The Waitesses

Progues – Fairytale of New York

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Walk a mile in my shoes: 18

I bought these from next at the same time as the yellow shoes of Walk a mile in my shoes 8. I thought these were the sensible pair of the two but although the yellow ones are higher; these black ones are more painful to wear. The angle of wedge of black shoes puts lots of pressure on balls of feet whereas yellow ones jeep feet more level.


I still have the box, so know they were £35. I now keep the shoes I will feature in edition 19 in the box.

Christmas tag

Thanks 

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The Questions:

What’s your favourite thing about Christmas?

Extended family time and pre Christmas social events.

What’s your favourite Christmas memory?

Watching Love Actually in Wimbledon just begore Christmas then walking back through London Christmas lights like in the film.

Are there special traditions your family has for Christmas?

Usually scampi salad as a starter on Christmas Day.

My Mum and I usually go to midnight mass.

What’s your Christmas wish? (Can be personal or general)

A better 2018 than 2017.

What’s your favourite Christmas dish?

What my family call Devil’s on Horseback but most people call pigs in blankets. It is sausage / sausage meat wrapped in bacon. I could have Christmas dinner without turkey but not without devils on horseback.

What’s your favourite Christmas decoration?

I like buying baubles in places I go on holiday. I have also enjoyed covering baubles with decoupage.

What’s your favourite Christmas song?

Watch this space for a post about my favourite Christmas songs.

Where do you usually celebrate Christmas?

At my parents in England.

What does the ‘Christmas Spirit’ mean to you?

Enjoying the moment.

Who out of anybody in the world would you want to spend your Christmas with?

My family and the Queen’s family.

How about answering above questions?

My Cookery books: The really useful student cookbook

My brother gave me this book for the Christmas before I went to university. From it I have cooked risotto, fried toasties (basically you butter outside of sandwich, cheese in middle and fry in frying pan) and sweetcorn fritters. Also when first cooking for self it was a reference before smart phones to get tips.