It's a take on the French expression 'Joyeux Noel' (Happy Christmas) and a smiling Noel Edmonds (he was addicted to Deal or No Deal when at university). He's a true individual is my son and there is no way he would ever send a traditional card!
When sorting out the
This is on top of a handful of hand made cards that I will be sending this year. Not to mention the individual daughter, son, husband, sister cards that I choose specially. I'm trying hard to cut down on the amount that are actually sent through the post this year and plan to incorporate a bit of extra dog walking into hand delivering as many local ones as I can.
So can I ask what your opinion is on the 'family newsletters' that some people include with their cards? I quite like seeing and hearing what people have been up to in the last year, especially people with whom we don't have regular contact throughout the year. The husband, however, really doesn't like them and makes his feeling known whenever an extra sheet of paper falls from a Christmas envelope!
Today is feeling particularly festive. I'll give you a clue ...
Yes we were woken early this morning by the excited shouts of joy from a