Happy Christmas

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Happy Christmas to all our readers wherever you are in the world.

At this time of the year regardless of what religion you follow, families come together to share a particular event. It can be a time of reconciliation, of forgiving, of remembering or just plain forgetting the everyday world in which we normally live.

Some of us will be attending midnight services or venturing out to morning church before returning for traditional roasts that – at Christmas – always seem to be eaten in the middle of the afternoon!

Even if your are not particularly religious Christmas has come also to mean a break for the dreariness  and drabness of winter. It is a time to recharge the batteries and face more dark days until the days grow longer and we can get out and about again. It is a time when some of us will visit pantos and perhaps even overindulge in food and wine. It is a time for some of us to watch films like White Christmas or go carolling around villages. Some will be making meals and serving them for those less fortunate and many Рmedical, police and the services will be on call or working in case they are needed

Some of us will go away for a few days, some of us will take a longer break perhaps in the warmth and sunshine and others will just tour relatives.

Whatever you plan this Christmas, enjoy it.

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