In case I don't say it again this year, Happy Christmas!
Now, if you don't celebrate Christmas, I don't want to know. Simply substitute the word or phrase that suits you and yours, and I wish you all the good things that come with it.
Today I've spent time making a Christmas wreath, which is now hanging on my front door. It is done the old-fashioned way with a wire ring and a moss "sausage" into which I have pushed bits of fir and eucalyptus, the odd bit of holly.
I will not be decorating my house with a million twinkling lights as so many do. I am heeding the Save Energy command. Christmas must be a huge drain on the energy resources of the world. Not only the lights on houses, trees, shop windows, town centres, the leaflets that hurtle through my letterbox wanting me to buy more, more, more. The cooking that goes on over Christmas, the petrol used in rushing from shop to shop to buy more before Christmas. In one household itdoesn't seem much, but multiply that by the number of households world wide and the result must be staggering. (My maths is not up to the task!)
Keep it simple. Make a wreath and try not to savage the holly bush and the fir tree as you do it.