Six word Saturday

Sleigh bells ring, are you listening?

This is how Christmas looks in my part of the world.  Darkness and Light.  And a few Square skies.  How about you?  However you spend it, I hope that your Christmas is full of love.  And maybe just a little magic?  Thanks, Tom!

Now, off you go to Debbie’s world, for a little upside down skiing.  And don’t forget to take Six Words with you!

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  1. Hope you had a marvelous Christmas. We sure did! After six months in dry docks, we sailed out of Pangkor heading to Thailand. In Langkawi now waiting for friends to arrive and then we are off! Ho Ho Ho

    1. Hello darlin! So good to see you here. 🙂 🙂 It’s that time of year for making the rounds, looking up old friends, if we can, isn’t it? Health and happiness for the year ahead, Madhu 🙂 🙂

  2. Wonderful to see your world at Christmas Jo. It’s frightfully chilly here with a low tonight of -26C! More reason to gather round the fire and drink hot beverages I think. Merry Christmas my friend. xo

    1. Lordy! I don’t even want to imagine that cold, Sue. I’m basking in 10C 🙂 🙂 Quite cosy in here, beef in the slow cooker and I might just go wild and open a bottle later. Cheers, darlin! Enjoy 🙂

      1. Oh that sounds like perfect weather. We are heading out sledding later with our daughter in law’s family. An annual tradition. We shall have some refreshments to warm our frozen selves. 🙂

  3. Ahh…how beautiful, light shining in the dark. Beautiful as always dear Jo, how I’ve missed your posts, but I was determined to visit you to wish you a very Happy Christmas 🙂 How I hope to return to some kind of ‘normal’ soon! Have a wonderful time at Christmas and I’ll raise a glass of cheer to you for a bright and beautiful New Year. Love and hugs 🙂 ❤ xxx

    1. Like a ray of light in the darkness, up you pop, Sherri! 🙂 🙂 It’s been gloomy here this morning but the jobs are all done and I’m just popping out for a breath of air. Big hugs to you, darlin, and I hope 2018 is wonderful for you. Health and happiness always 🙂

      1. Ahh…thanks Jo! I was so happy to get the chance to pop over to you, determined if nothing else lol! Got all my chicks home for our first Christmas in our new home, so like you, got all the jobs done now so time to really enjoy. Phew! Enjoy your walk…I’ll be with you in spirit at least!! I’ll raise a glass to a healthy and happy 2018 for us both. More huge hugs back to you dear lady 🙂 xxx

  4. Shivery Santa, stars, silver ornaments and finished with a superb sunset, a pictorial ode to Christmas. Love and hugs to you Jo, hoping you have a peaceful and happy Christmas

  5. No sleigh bells here. Cicadas and – if I don’t manage to avoid it – the fire engine siren as it goes round the six streets of Potato Point chucking lollies at kids on Christmas Eve. Maybe a bit of gentle splashing at dusk in the river. The boys razzing each other. And the grinding of chocolate for the non-traditional Christmas cake. May yours be a wonderful one my dear friend, giving you everything your heart desires. My hugs for the season are wrapped in shiny red paper with a wide gold bow. They’re under the tree (I hope you have one!) waiting for you.

    1. Aw! Chucking lollies at the kids is a great tradition. 🙂 Hugs safely stowed beneath the tree (it’s the one in this post, with the angel looking out of the window 🙂 ). Enjoy your alternative Christmas, Meg. Lots of love to you xxx

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