Pete and I have never spent Christmas entirely alone, and this year will be no exception, with 8 year old Bernard making it worth all the effort. But for the first time ever, there will be no extended family involved. … Continue reading
So last year I kicked off Yulevent by moaning about advent calendars, which is an important family tradition that has been going on around here for a good ten years. Then krissa introduced us to a Christmas Tree called Margo, … Continue reading
Last year on Uborka we celebrated Yulevent with a daily post from the lovely Uborka family. We’re not making so much effort this year, as you can already tell; but I’ve been thinking that some edited highlights might get us … Continue reading
The occupants of Casa Uborka tend not to make much of a fuss of New Year’s Eve; indeed I cannot remember the last time I left the house for it. This year a dinner party was planned almost by accident … Continue reading
And so – Christmas Day at long last. I hope I speak for everyone who’s posted this month when I say “Thanks” to Karen and Pete (and that bloody Ubotka) for the idea, and for letting all of us write … Continue reading
Well, there it is then. Yulevent, all done and dusted. I’ve enjoyed reading the various contributions, some people writing about their particular modus Christmerandi, others writing about particular events that have influenced how they experience the season, and others picking … Continue reading
Posted by Donkey on behalf of Bekki (@pigwotflies) Christmas in the PWF family is about, in roughly equal measure: Jesus; food; presents and squeezing as many family members as possible into one room.
Posted by Donkey on behalf of Amy [@cat_knits] “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…” Er no. It’s really not. “In the bleak mid-winter…” Again no. It’s sunny. I’m wearing flip flops (or jandals) and high factor sunscreen. “Snow … Continue reading