Christmas approaches at quite a pace, just where does all the time go. So best get those Greetings Cards written and delivered (unless of course you are a seasonal scrooge!). 9th December (C) David Oakes 2017
Complementing a gift with a handwritten card is always a nice touch. And when you get a present even a small one it’s smart to give the gift of gratitude and happiness. Mindset and use art of imagination:)
Many of the blogs I follow are based in the northern hemisphere, where the air seemed to be abundant with festivities of the Christmas markets at this time of the year, not to mention all that snow. Whilst it is highly lamentable that we shall never have a white Christmas in our part of the […]
Quick and inexpensive Christmas Tree Decor. 🙂
We should always use proper precaution during festivals or party decorations. Using safety tips is an art.:)
SACRAMENTO (CBS) — Many homeowners go to great lengths to make their homes look festive this time of year, but those displays could pose a risk. you should avoid overloading outlets inside, too, say fire department officials. If you notice fuses blowing or circuit breakers tripping, dimming or flickering lights, you may be overworking your system and increasing the risk…
Winter Clay Competition
IT’S NOW SNOWING ON MY BLOG! *ahem*, but today I decided to host a cheeky competition for the winter months, because I love competitions! I also love clay- so I combined the two, to make this cool competition! yay! Hello my festive people! Happy 23rd day of Busy Blogmas…it’s nearly over! 😦 I love competitions, […]
May be we will go to see train tour tomorrow. I am not sure. It will be fun to see. 🙂
This Caltrain is the world’s largest toy train.
Glowing with thousands of lights and holiday decorations, the Holiday Train will stop at nine train stations over two nights.
During the 20-minute station stops, Santa, Mrs. Claus, Frosty and the gang will get off the train to greet children and spread holiday cheer.
|San Francisco||4:00 p.m.|
|San Mateo||6:00 p.m.|
|Menlo Park||7:05 p.m.|