What a busy week!
It is Christmas Eve and I have finally sat down to write my blog. This week was my works Christmas party held at Ely Cathedral, in the Lady Chapel. Ely Cathedral’s Lady Chapel is one of the most artistic and architectural achievements of medieval England. It is stunning! We sat down to a 3 course lunch, followed by mince pies and coffee. I wore red on red as the picture below portrays. Perfect for this time of year! I think the red courts were a hit…
Another highlight this week was the Hippodrome Circus. Personally I think it is one of Norfolk’s hidden gems! The Hippodrome is Britain’s only surviving total circus building, built in 1903 by the legendary circus showman George Gilbert. We went along to the matinee performance with a family whom are very close friends. We sat on the front row with all the children and had an absolute blast.
This Christmas is extra special, with the arrival of my little nephew Hugo in September. I managed to get a 5 minute cuddle with him today ahead of his first Christmas. He is 3 months old now and weighs approx 14lb! We love him to the moon and back!
I am writing this blog with a large glass of Australian Red. The house is silent, the vegetables are prepped and the mince pie has been demolished by the big FC! I guess this means it is time for me to sign off and go to bed. Flo & Eddie will be up super early tomorrow for the excitement of Christmas Day.
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas.