This will be our first year celebrating Christmas in our new home. The transition from city to country continues to be the most dramatic lifestyle shift I have known.
Our first Christmas tree. Snowflake cookie cutter Our traditional snowflake gingerbread biscuits Christmas decorations in Lyon's Part Dieu commercial centre Decorations illuminate a square in a French town. A street lamp with an illuminated Bonnes Fêtes decoration
Read more →After a subdued festival of lights, Lyon’s Christmas lights were particularly welcome this year.
Read more →A Christmas market appears in Lyon near the beginning of December. It is held in Place Carnot infront of Perrache train station.
Read more →Every year, in December we make gingerbread snowflakes.
Read more →Growing up, the first weekend in December was when we put up the Christmas tree. This weekend still feels like the start of the festive season for me; our decorations are up, and the Christmas baking has begun.
Read more →Decorations started appearing around the city of Sydney in November. As we sped from one event to another around the city, it was difficult to resist stopping and taking the odd photo.
Read more →Happy Christmas from Graham and me. I hope you have a wonderful day.
Read more →Oddly, Melbourne’s casino has a Christmas show aimed at young children. We caught the lunch time show along with crowds of tired parents and little ones. Australia has a strange relationship with gambling. I managed to film the entire show. You can watch it below.
Read more →Christmas is just around the corner. The decorations are up, and the Christmas events are in full swing. But, until yesterday, there was something missing - our traditional Christmas gingerbread snowflakes.
Read more →Christmas decorations in Melbourne
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