Thanks to being organised earlier on in the week, yesterday went surpriingly smoothly. I popped over to Danbury and now a plump turkey is resating in the cold larder waiting for my ministrations this efternoon. I've also taken the pudding out of the freezer and moved the pigs in blankets into the inside freezer!
I don't think I have forgotten anything that matters but Dad and I had a laugh when I saw that he had bought some Stilton and he saw that I had bought some Stilton. Isn't it lucky that we like Stilton! Unloading the car and unpacking took a bit longer than usual, what with one and another and I don't think I have forgotten anything. I even remembered a large roasting tin and some long foil.
Looking at those put a rather wry smile on my face. They used to be the sort of thing Mum would bring to mine for Christmas; now the boot is on the other foot. Maybe I have grown up a bit!
Did anyone watch the Kings Choir programme yesterday evening? I did enjoy it and there was a good nibble of music to enjoy. I didn't realise Stephen Cleobury is retiring in 2019; it appears a Stephen Hyde will replace him, according to Wiki. He will be missed very much indeed.
The Advent offering is music - Star Carol by John Rutter. It's a good one to sing, lively and joyous.