Looking forward to exiting Level 5 this coming week - counting down the sleeps 'til we can go to hairdressers again!
On the serious side, we must still be very careful not to spread this horrid virus, and hopefully we'll have a meaningful Christmas with family and friends, and of course, celebrate the birth of Baby Jesus!
Let there be Lights!
Great to learn that Lucan will definitely have Christmas Lights again this year. Plenty of people are getting into the spirit early with decorations popping up all over the place.
We must give a mention to The House of Christmas Lights at Weston Crescent, in Weston Park, who for the past few years have had an excellent display, and thereby raising much needed funds for Templestreet Children's Hospital. The lights go on at 4.30pm each evening, so do go along and bring the kiddies to enjoy the scene. Check out their website: www.houseofchristmaslightsdublin.com
The Late Late Toy Show will be beamed into our homes this weekend - watch out for a local or two! Well done to Tubs for keeping the show on the road in these times. It's not the same as the real thing, but we'd so miss it if it wasn't there.
It gets dark very early these days, but bear in mind that in just over a month's time, the days will be getting longer again! Roll on 2021!
What season is this? You'd be forgiven for wondering, but Birdie spotted a beautiful yellow gladiola in a garden this week, and then there was another surprise on the Village Green! Mad!
To Eva Norton of Scoil Aine Naofa, on her appearance on this year's Late Late Toy Show, performing for a worldwide audience, but especially for all her family and friends in
From Nana Rita, all the Nortons and Mays