Driving Home For Christmas

December 24, 2015

    The last couple of days have seen me spend a lot of time in my car. Hours and hours on the M25 and the A3. You forget how useful a car is. Driving home for Christmas. Driving your best pal to his new girls for Christmas. Driving your oldest friend to his parents for Christmas. Driving your housemates cousin to the airport for Christmas.
My car has been filled with so many peoples bags, presents, decorations, shopping, food and last minute buys that I feel like I’ve been heading up Santa’s sleigh. Cheese, party shoes, keyboard cases, wrapping paper: all rattling around in the boot next to half a bottle of Baileys. Tis the season! Here’s hoping you and yours make it home safely for Christmas, too. X



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8 responses to “Driving Home For Christmas”

  1. Rantasalot says:

    Hyvää joulua ja onnellista uutta vuotta!

  2. christina says:

    Busy, busy! I didn’t know you drove! Boring fact, I hate driving in the dark, I swear I have poor night vision! Lol
    Merry Christmas! Catching up on slogmas been a busy elf on the run up to tomorrow X

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