It seems from reading everyone's blogs that we are all celebrating in our own unique ways.
I do enjoy reading about all your festivities and seeing your photos too.
Our Christmas Eve is very low key.
P had to drive over the Mountain Road this morning and was at the B&Q store by 9 a.m. to try to get a replacement part for our kitchen drawer front that broke off yesterday. No luck as our kitchen units are too old and there are no spare parts for them.
Meanwhile, I walked into town to buy the Saturday newspaper, essential for the cryptic crossword and P's weekly TV guide. I may have also bought cake.
This evening we shall have roast duck with a bottle of fizz and then a vanilla cheesecake afterwards. We used to play Carols on the CD player each Christmas Eve but don't bother any more as I cannot hear them properly.
Tomorrow we shall be walking to our friends' flat for lunch and then stumbling home afterwards. The weather is forecast to be wet and windy. Now there's a surprise! I think we are fortunate though not to be experiencing the terrible weather conditions raging over the US at the moment. I hope that all of you over there are safe and keeping warm.
I shall leave you with a few photos. Our meagre festive decorations and Elfie with his pals getting ready to leave for the North Pole.