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Friday letters – the Christmas Eve eve edition

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Dear traffic cones,  I heard on the radio this week that some of you are being removed from the roads in readiness for all the traffic that will be travelling over the coming week or so.  I think this just goes to prove my theory that you are not all actually being used for roadworks some of the time – if you were in use for roadworks you couldn’t be moved.  I hope that you have a nice break wherever you are stationed and that you behave yourselves!

Dear weather,  I am not impressed.  That’s all I have to say on the matter.

Dear people,  The shops WILL open again after Sunday – you do not need to panic buy.

Dear Christmas tree,  Your decorations are looking good.

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16 thoughts on “Friday letters – the Christmas Eve eve edition

  1. Lovely tree. Happy Christmas!

  2. They haven’t moved the cones for the traffic, Elaine. They’ve moved them because of Storms Barbara and Conor (I think that’s what the ‘C’ one’s called…!) – you always have to be one step ahead of those cones! Apologies my visiting hasn’t been as full on as usual, I’ve pre-prepared a ‘stamp’ comment, but then suddenly thought I may get flagged as spam if I keep posting the same thing on all of the blogs I visit so I’m now commenting and posting that! Saving time with me never saves time! 😀

    My visiting, replying, commenting and the like have fallen a little by the wayside of late, for which I apologise, but wanted to call by today and wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

    • Ah, is that why they were moved? I hope they managed to find a quiet spot somewhere to ride out the storms. When we were back on the road at the end of the holiday, all the cones seemed to have survived and were standing proudly along the roads once more.
      It was a good idea to prepare a stamp comment, but luckily you remembered about spam – that would have been a terrible fate to be labelled as spam!
      I have been very lacking in my blog reading and commenting of late, but life seems to have got in the way. Thanks for your festive wishes.

  3. Lovely tree ornaments, Elaine. Wishing you a fab Christmas, and if there are any of those cranberry muffins left over… well, I’ll still be here 🙂

  4. I saw that you have big storms predicted for the next few days. Stay safe, dry and warm! I think people are over the panic buying habit here. It’s not nearly as bad as it used to be. I went to the supermarket this morning for a couple of things and it was busy but not hideous. Happy Christmas to you and the family.

  5. Dear Snow – please stop soon so we can get to the families tomorrow afternoon! Merry Christmas!

  6. Very cute post, Elaine. Our weather turned chilly this evening. I’m ready for a hot cup of tea or a hot bubble bath. 🙂 Merry Christmas. 🙂

  7. Merry Christmas to you too!

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