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26 December 2014

Christmas week 2014

A happy Christmas it was. I almost starved; was invigilating and had to wait til 9 PM to eat for only the second time that day. Being single and living alone I mostly rely on cafes or restaurants for nourishment. But there's a job, food is available and I am thankful.

I'm celebrating the highlights of my Christmas week -

Government Complex

Three-in-one: i.e. visa, work permit, and 90-day report - all done. It's quite a relief to have immigration and legal matters out of the way; makes the fun of celebrating the holidays compleat.

Apex Lido

Films galoreMagic in the Moonlight, Saint Laurent, Serena, Exodus: Gods and Kings, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies and Night at the Museum 3. I love finding what memorable lines each film has.

They're getting rare, aren't they?

A real Christmas card. I can't believe someone would send me one. A delightful surprise.


Tasty tree

Macaroon Christmas tree a sweet, calming sight out of the holiday shopping rush.

Penny - at home on her throne

Christmas pooch. A friend in Canada adds this to her personal greeting, "my little one wishes you a merry Christmas too."  As a dog lover, this is much appreciated.

Linking with: Smiling SallyReflections * Skywatch

12 comments:

  1. Glad to hear you had a wonderful year.

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  2. I am glad things are going smoothly for you.. Love the images, have a happy weekend..I wish you all the best in 2015, Happy New Year!

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  3. Beautiful festive reflections. Happy Boxing Day.

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  4. Looks warm there. We have a little snow in North Idaho.
    Coffee is on

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  5. I like Christmas cards and letters through the mail, too. Happy Boxing Day!

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  6. Out of all your lovely photos, penny is the star of the show. Thank you for your sweet comments Hazel and Happy New Year!

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  7. The dog looks so cute in its disguise !!! Terrific reflections for the day, well played !

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  8. Yes, I remember when we got lots and lots of Christmas cards...now people don't send them anymore.
    Glad you had a nice Christmas...Happy Blue Monday

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  9. hanks for sharia part of you Christmas day with us. It is just not the same as when I was growing up.

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  10. three in one,
    love the one image on top.
    Happy New Year.

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  11. I still love anything handwritten and sent in the mail. I love Christmas cards. One year my friend Tracy felt that she did not get many. A good friend of her's made her a beautiful Christmas card collage. I am thinking of doing that. If you send me your address privately I will send you a card soon and surprise you! I love sending snail mail! Happy New Year and come visit soon. Also Penny looks so lovely too! HeeHee! You should visit my friend Edna and her little dog Pogo. He got a new sofa bed for Christmas. Her blog is Miss Edna's Place. Happy to be here. Hugs, Anne

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  12. Hi Hazel,

    What a darling dog! Sorry that it took me so long to comment, but I’m home from the hospital now and using a new laptop.

    Thanks for your good wishes.

    Happy Blue Monday!

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