It’s been very christmassy as we enter December here in Great Yarmouth. Kim and I went to the Yarmouth Christmas Market that was on in town. They had a large snow globe that gave off an air of suffocation and people were having photos taken inside of it.
And there were different market stalls which we browsed around.
We got some tasty spiced apple juice to keep us warm.
The Minister was full of stalls and children singing carols which was sweet.
Then Kim went ice skating and I cheered her on. I’m dreadful at skating and have a fear that I’ll break a bone ice skating and won’t be able to work or do anything. Anyway Kimberly survived intact and as she was the first person on the skating rink got a little video of herself put onto BBC Radio Norfolk’s Facebook page.
Our tree is up in pride of place and the kitties love scratching their faces against the prickles.
We also went for a big Christmas shop with a festive afternoon tea at the Assembly Rooms in Norwich (with a voucher my lovely friends got me for my birthday). I’m almost all shopped out… just a few more last bits to do.
And to top it all off the Christmas off duty on my ward says I have Christmas and Boxing day off, hurrah!