Thursday, 3 January 2013

Christmas in pictures.


 I went to visit my dad's memorial plaque on Christmas day.


I also laid some flowers at my cousin Robert's plaque.


Like most people, I miss my loved ones so much at Christmas. It is lovely to go and pay my respects and talk to them. I know they are still around.


Kieran's dad stayed with us Christmas eve, he wanted to see Kieran open his presents Christmas day. As a thank you, he got me a gift. I will enjoy parking my butt down and watching these.


Kieran's dad forgot to write the names on the tags. Good job he remembered who they were for : )
Thank you David.


Kieran got his warrior secret santa gift. He bought a game with it. He was very happy with this.


Christine and Mark sent a gift, I was rather naughty and opened it before Christmas day. So lets pretend I didn't, here it is......


..... A lovely home made Christmas cake.....


..... Thank you Christine and Mark.


My gift from Richard, his girlfriend and her 2 girls....


...... Just a bit more packaging.....


... and a bit more......


 ... a beautiful trinket box with a dragonfly on it.... thank you Rich and Kerri x x x


Here's my warrior secret santa gift......


...... A little box......


... how beautiful, a dragonfly brooch, thank you warrior secret santa x x x


 A pressie from Siobhan.....


 .... oohhh a shopping voucher, one of my favourite things to do.....




And another gift.......


..... a kitty tea towel, so cute : )


More lovely things....


a note book for my handbag....



A gift from my sister Wendy and her husband.......


A pillow to plug my iPod into......


.........And a lovely grey scarf.... Thank you sis x x x x


A gift from my lovely friend, Mandy......


......... A beautiful dragonfly bracelet.....


I love this, thank you so much Mandy x x


I would also like to thank Tina and Lee, Chrissy, Jayne, Avis, Cheryl and Mavis and of course my wonderful warrior sisters who took the time to make the most beautiful box of love.

Siobhan said she was sorry that her gifts weren't much. I told her that her gifts were lovely and if she hadn't got anything, I wouldn't have minded. I had the greatest Christmas gift there is, the gift of life, of another Christmas with her and her brothers and my wonderful friends and warriors. You can't get much better than that. : )

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