Archive for December, 2009

Thursday night saw my last market event of the Christmas season.  I’m glad to say, I ended on a high!

For a start, the weather was in our favour; no rain all night (a miricle in itself), and it wasn’t too cold either.

We were at the Wrexham Victorian Christmas Market in the grounds of St. Giles Church, near the town centre. I thought it was going to be a bit of a chilly one; we were there from two in the afternoon, until 8:00pm. But I can safetly say, it was a good’n. There were loads of customers, especially after 6pm when everyone had finished work.

So with my last market behind me I get a bit of time with myself. Of course, I still have the last-minute Christmas shopping to do, and I’m still in work until next Friday, but right now, I’m loving being able to choose what I want to do, rather than looking down the (very long) list of things I need to do. I can sit down with a cup of hot chocolate (with marshmallows and chocolate sprinkles) and the latest copy of Country Living magazine. Wasting hours with a bit of self-indulgence.

Good times.


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