Monday, December 21, 2009

One More Thing

The Christmas list is done and dusted. No more trips to the mall, and maybe only one more to the grocery store. Hubby managed to escape the UK before all hell let loose and the snow totally snarled everything up. We are keeping our fingers crossed that the backlog will have subsided by next weekend, and hopefully less people will be traveling so we can catch our ferry to France without too much delay.

We now have to wrap all the presents, the turkey has started the defrosting process and I am beginning to feel on top of things - on the Christmas front that is. We do still have a little side trip to Home Depot to get supplies for France! We are assuming that all the stores will be closed for the best part of next week over there.

Hubby took some photos of our rendered wall when he was last in France and it is looking good. Hopefully I will have some exciting shots of freshly sandblasted beams when we return. I know try to contain your excitement.

The plan is to stay at the house until we are fed up of being cold and have at least ticked a few things off our to do list, hopefully hook up with our eldest son may if he can make it over from where he is working in the Alps in Tignes, before heading back to the UK for a day or two then back to Canada.

It seems more likely at the moment that we will have a whiter Christmas in France than we are having here in southern Ontario. It keeps falling out of the sky but thankfully not settling, just the way I like it - kind of virtual snow!

Anyway if you do drop by over the next few days, I wish you and your families safe and happy Christmas. Do leave a little note so that I know you were here.

Merry Christmas to One and All!

5 comments:

the fly in the web said...

Good luck with transport!

The answer to the turkey problem is one I don't have..either we seem to eat the leftovers in double quick time or else they haunt us for a few days before the dogs get the lot.

The Green Stone Woman said...

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and enjoy yourselves in France.

aims said...

Have a delightful time in France. You lucky girl you!!

Elizabethd said...

France closes for Christmas day...that's it! No Boxing Day as we have in UK, back to work. Hope you get there safely, the snow has gone in the area where we live, but not sure about farther South.

Maggie May said...

Merry Christmas and I hope you find that France is not more silted up with snow than Canada! They certainly have had a problem with the Chunnel and trains.

Thanks for your kind message.

Nuts in May