Wednesday, 22 December 2010

Sparkle & Then a Bang

We went to visit Santa at a different haunt of his this year. Since the Bun's were 3 and 4 we've been on a steam train journey to visit him. This year we fancied a change, so we went to ride on gallopers, trains, dodgems and then say hello to Santa who was hiding in Walmington on Sea (Dad's Army world if you're wondering).


It was sparkly and perfect.  After we saw Santa, we hopped on board the overnight mail train to write a letter of christmas wishes for him. If you look carefully you might spot the handsome elf down the bottom colouring in pictures.


Letters written and posted. We went for our last ride on the gallopers and then decided the wind was getting a tad too icy to hang around any longer.


 

I had to work the first two days of the holidays which made everyone very sad as it was also Mr Bun's birthday on Monday.  Today I had lots of great plans. Baking and crafting with my girls, aswell as finishing the presents I've half sewn up. Instead the loud bang that I heard in the night took over the day. When we got up we found a burst pipe with five inches of water. Luckily it was in the garage which is just off the kitchen, with a step down, so the water couldn't come through. Looks like a hell of a lot of damage in there though as we store everything in there. I had to practically beg a plumber to come out for an extortionate amount of money. So roll on tommorow. Lets finally get back to this christmassy stuff.



We have a few deliveries to make in the morning, including this custom order of Round and Round Cushions. After that I think the lure of trying to make coconut ice for the first time and then scoffing the lot appeals hugely.

I might get back to say so, but I might not, so just in case I don't HAvE a MeRRy MerRy cHriStMaS especially to all those of you who are kind enough to leave me such lovely comments. I hope to get by and say a proper hello very soon.

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16 comments:

  1. Merry Christmas, see you in January! x

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  2. Merry Christmas to you and your lovely family Lisa!

    Sorry to hear about the burst pipe, but glad it wasn't in the house. Have fun take care, and relax! :-)

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  3. Merry Christmas to you and yours too.

    I hope your burst pipe gets sorted out soon - what a pain just before Christmas.

    Take care and enjoy the festivities.

    Alison
    x

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  4. Merry Christmas to you and yours, hoping you have a very Jolly time :) see you next year , love from Jane x x x x x x x x x x x x

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  5. So sorry to hear about your burst pipe, how annoying and furstrating :-( Hope you get some chill out time at Christmas, have a good one.

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  6. Oh no a burst pipe... hope it gets sorted very soon and that you and al the buns have a very merry Christmas xox

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  7. Wishing everyone at the Bun house a very happy Christmas,full of lovely surprises! Sorry to hear about the burst pipe.Hope it's sorted very soon. :0)

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  8. What a totally lovely story, tradition & event for your children at Christmas time!! Love Posie

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  9. That sounds like a lovely Santa visit!
    Sorry to here about the burst pipe hope all gets sorted soon.
    Gorgeous cushions as always! Enjoy making and eating your coconut ice, you deserve it.
    I hope you and your family all have the most wonderful Christmas!!!
    Vivienne x

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  10. Happy Happy Christmas from Marshfield Massachusetts! so hope all the pipe difficulties are fixed very soon..

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  11. Oehhh such lovely lovely cushions!
    Have a merry merry Christmas!

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  12. Hope you've got your pipe burst sorted.

    I thought of you today - I picked up a lovely vintage set of happy family cards in a CS for only 50p
    :)

    Have a great christmas xxx

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  13. Merry Christmas to you and yours! See you in the new year!

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  14. Have a lovely Christmas with your family.
    Hope your pipe is fixed!

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  15. Hi Lisa,

    Happy, hoppy Christmas and here's to a very 'merry' New Year.

    Warm wishes to you all and here's to 2011 - it's going to be a good year.

    Much love,

    Nina ❉❉❉

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