6-word-saturday

Christmas indulgence digested – now for Hogmanay

or

The scales have gone on strike
after an elegant but copious Christmas lunch with French friends.

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You can just see the camelia in all its glory through the window
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then there will be a lull before another vast French meal on New Year’s Day.

Happy New Year

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19 Responses to 6-word-saturday

  1. Jim says:

    First off, Viv, I am sorry you don’t have Christmas crackers. We did have some as we ate with our ex-London daughter and family (they came home July 16). BP is home as well, she is finishing her last year of high school in London, see http://jimmiehov.blogspot.com. Next year we might come to Scotland for as she has been ‘accepted’ at the University of Edinburgh. (Perhaps not affordable though.)
    Look at this!!! Edinburgh’s Hogmanay 2014/15 Home, http://www.edinburghshogmanay.org/ Official site for Edinburgh’s New Year celebrations, featuring event listings, and a gallery.

    I have never experienced a Hogmanay, I think at least one would be fun.
    Oh yes, our scales aren’t in hiding but they are telling lies and things I don’t want to hear. 🙂
    ..

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  2. Karen S. says:

    I was thinking, even before reading your post, that it looked lovely out your window, very pretty and also your table is beautiful as are all the other festive decorations!

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  3. Tonya Jastad says:

    What a lovely setting for you and your friends. Wishing you many such happy gatherings in 2015!

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  4. Mlissabeth says:

    What a pretty table! I am sure the food was wonderful.

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  5. restlessjo says:

    It looks so warm and inviting! Happy New Year to you and the family, Viv 🙂
    Don’t they have Christmas crackers in France, then? Not chique enough?

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  6. gillena says:

    Happy Holidays

    much love…

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  7. Judy says:

    Holidays are all about the food! Enjoy!

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  8. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    The scales have a mind of their own? 😉

    Shadowy Six Words

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  9. Ron. says:

    No idea HOW I never heard “Hogmanay” before; had to look it up. My Beloved Sandra, when I told her, just clucked her tongue at my ignorance. Live it up, V!

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  10. catterel says:

    Bon ap! Looks most inviting.

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  11. tialys says:

    Surely you must have been the host and not your French friends – I spy Christmas crackers!!

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  12. A very happy New Year, Viv. And your words made me grin. Very nice photos!

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  13. Romi says:

    Happy New Year!

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  14. The French really know how to do it! Sitting around the table with French friends remains one of my treasured memories of the years I lived in France.

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