Thursday, 29 December 2011

Have you had a nice Christmas?

 

I was a child of the 70's, Tiny Tears.....


Weeble wobbles....but they don't fall down!


Pack of knickers.....
Pack of knickers!!!! Santa, I don't wish to be ungrateful but tell auntie Maureen I don't want knickers at Christmas.


Good old Wizard of Oz

Heres the thing though did'nt Christmas last until at least New Years day? In fact did'nt it last until you went back school?

Have you had a nice Christmas? I'm HAVING a nice Christmas thanks.....its not over yet!

Merry Christmas!










7 comments:

Rosie said...

Yes, had a lovely Christmas - glad you did too! Christmas used to start on Christmas Eve and end on twelfth night - now it seems to start as summer waves goodbye and end on boxing day. I was a 50's child so remember fuzzy felt, snakes and ladders, colouring books, pens and pencils and books by Enid Blyton and Mary Norton. Happy New year:)

Jewel said...

Oh no it's not over yet! Not until the 6th January at last! Although I guess usually I would be back to work by now which kind of kills the Christmas spirit! Oh well!

Merry Christmas! x

polkadotpeticoat said...

Yes I am having a nice Christmas and your right it did always last till school started......I'm ready to send the kids back though...hehehe!

Annie xx TheFeltFairy said...

I loved those weebles even though I was a bit old for them, a bit too old for tiny tears too - I was always in love with my younger sisters pressies!

A tale from toadstool house said...

A fellow child of the 70s,loved Tiny tears and still have her!Christmas still going on here~ til 6th January ;O) Enjoy the holidays,lots of love,juliexxx

xx Nicki (home bird)xx said...

I'm still having a lovely Christmas!! Glad you are too - happy new year xx

Kays Kids said...

I had to laugh. My girls ALWAYS got knickers from an Aunt for Christmas, and they were bloomery and never fitted. Bless the Aunt, she at least thought of them.
Happy New Year to you and No Knickers next Year.
Hugs
Kay