Christmas Edition! Yummy food, what more can I say?
This week’s picture is from Yarnspinnerr: Merry Christmas Yarnspinnerr!
Times were hard in the village, so it was decided to celebrate Christmas Day at the community hall and each household to bring something for the table.
Geoff at number 4 had the build to play Santa with no padding, and his neighbours dressed as elves to keep the kids entertained. Old Mrs Cross played the piano for musical chairs and other party games and everyone was in good spirits.
Gaily wrapped gifts valued at no more than five pounds were deposited into Santa’s sack on arrival and the ladies from the local WI took charge of laying out paper plates, napkins and disposable cutlery for their feast.
Eileen’s contribution was homemade rather than shop bought and she thought everyone would make fun of her. Simply a dish of puff pastry cut into triangles dipped in honey and dusted with icing sugar, by the end of the afternoon, she had fourteen requests for the recipe.
The kids were content and sleepy, and everyone said it had been one of the best Christmases ever.
Merry Christmas everyone.