|Blooms from the pohutukawa - New Zealand's Christmas tree|
Wow, where did the past year go??
It's Christmas Eve here in New Zealand. The eggnog is prepared in the fridge, as is the trifle, parts of the salads prepared to go with the cold chicken and ham. Family are bringing the potato salad and cheesecake. Plus there are all the trimmings, like cherries and fudge, camembert and crackers, pistachio nuts.
We've got raspberries and strawberries from the garden - a benefit of Christmas in summer. The weather forecast is for cloudy and around 23 degrees - typical Christmas day here.
Wooden Christmas tree, handmade by the seller's grandad, bought from a garage sale near Raglan.
How fortunate we are. It is this life that makes me want to help those less fortunate during the year - by redirecting spare food, books and clothing to those in need, saving those things from being wasted at the same time.
|Reusing old T-shirts is a great way to wrap bulky boxes. T-shirt yarn for ties.|
I hope you have a wonderful Christmas wherever you are. May 2020 bring enlightenment to the world and prosperity of spirit. Kindness to all.