28.12.14

#BigBlogmas Project Day 28; Christmas 2014

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#BigBlogmas Project Day 28; Christmas 2014

Merry Christmas everyone, apologises for being gone over the past week...this year or the past few months at least, I wanted to concentrate my blog so much more and document my personal life just a little bit more. And the first time this would be a good idea, well I loose my blogging brain. 
...So I've taken a little break, enjoyed my time over christmas, seen many family and friends and even sadly spent time working. 
Christmas is always my favourite time of year, maybe it's the child in me that keeps it so magical but I love it all the same. Christmas Eve is where it all begins, with it being my brothers birthday that day...christmas celebrations never begin until the evening. Though this year was a little different, my brother was travelling home from his new home in Cornwall for most of the day, I was feeling pretty sick and sorry for myself so I missed going to the Christmas Service at Church, however I got to wear some festive pj's, snuggled to my boyfriend and (kind of) forced him to watch Frozen....before having an early night and waiting for Santa, hehe. 
And Christmas what I've been looking forward to for months, with my part time job I could afford to treat everyone a little, so seeing everyone opening their presents was really exciting for me. Once present's were opened we popped to my granddads for a full breakfast, opened more presents and spent some time with him. Before going round to my nan's and eating christmas dinner with my family. Food was pretty tasty and I wish I could eat the meal all over again, I then met with my boyfriend to swap presents with him and spend the evening with his family (..It's safe to say we spoilt each other). 
Christmas is definitely time to spend with loved ones, family and friends...and even with my few days of work in between, I'm always so happy to look back at my christmas's and this is definitely one of those years I won't be forgetting...and tomorrow, you'll be getting a peek into my christmas presents too, ekk! And I hope you all had a lovely time over the last few days, enjoyed your time spend and loved the gifts you received. 
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8 comments

  1. Nothing beats the Christmas fry up brekkie! I cooked it up this year, totally burnt the bacon but damn the rest tasted good!


    Sarah :)
    Saloca in Wonderland

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  2. Merry Christmas! Looks like you had a lovely day :)

    Emma x
    Writing Essays With Wine

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  3. HOLY PRESENTS haha! Lovely photographs, that fry up look sooo good!

    Drea xo
    Drea's Junkyard

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  4. Love the photography here, looks like a fab Christmas!

    http://rachellouise2.blogspot.co.uk/

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  5. I'm sure we've not done such a big breakfast on christmas morning, but it was so worth it! and I'm glad my brother trusted me to help cook it haha


    sarah xo

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  6. Merry Christmas to you too! I did thank you, I hope you did too!


    Sarah xo

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  7. I know! haha were still children at heart with the amount of presents under our tree haha


    Sarah xo

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  8. Thank you so much!
    Hope you had a lovely christmas!


    sarah xo

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