Monday, 15 December 2014

A Christmas Conversation
I love this time of the year. Not because I get a truckload of gifts from my students :) , but because there is so much joy in the air!

I know I haven't posted for a very long while. I have two very good excuses, I promise!

Excuse #1: I am moving schools, but still teaching Prep. This has meant a lot of packing and carting stuff home. I then have to re-cart everything into my new classroom next year! I can't do it slowly over the holidays because of construction happening in my new classroom. 

Excuse #2: I've been relaxing  in Fiji with my husband for the past week. Cue obligatory photo:

 Now for the Christmas Conversation:

Most are self-explanatory. 
My "Tradition" happens at home, not at a carols by candlelight event, like Church etc.
 In my family growing up we always brought out all the presents on Christmas Eve and put them around the tree. We then turned off all house lights and turned on all Christmas lights and candles. We would sit around the tree singing carols till late into the night. Now, I'm married so Christmas Eve is spent listening to carols at home snuggled on the couch with my husband. But, when we have children I am definitely going to keep my childhood tradition alive.

Link up with Abby, from The Inspired Apple to share your Christmas Conversations.

Till next time, 
Stay joyful and Merry Christmas!

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