Our nativity scene has pride of place in our front window. Always a reminder of the reason we celebrate Christmas in the first place.
I went for a simple wooden star decoration for the top of my driftwood tree and I think it looks really nice.
All our christmas presents have been bought and (most) wrapped, cards written (some still to pop round and deliver in person, others already posted). The turkey has been bought, so too the pud. Tony has baked the cake this year which has been fed on a weekly basis. I have one last job to do this weekend. I've bought an oasis foam ring to make our door wreath. It's the first time I will have attempted one. We will go foraging for foliage and berries in the woods nearby (or even neighbouring gardens!) and hopefully I will have something to show you at the weekend.
It's also the annual Carols around the Christmas tree at our local village green this Sunday. That will be something lovely to look forward to although it will be tinged with sadness because my youngest son and his family won't be here this year. I expect it will seem very strange in Australia for them although I'm sure Santa will manage to find his way over there too.
This has to be the first year we have been so well organised. I can't remember a year when I wasn't rushing about like an idiot on Christmas Eve for last minute presents or food. Perhaps it was just as well given that Tony has been ill. Are you well organised this year or will you be rushing round up to the last possible moment?