My Advent calendar…Santa’s reindeers.

It’s Monday morning. Here’s something to put a smile on your face.

Unless of course,  you haven’t bought any presents or cards, have no decorations up and are completely behind with your Christmas preparations. Then this video will probably stress you out…sorry!

I’ll leave you in peace…to GET ORGANISED! Says she, who keeps drinking the sherry and writes no Christmas cards.

Thanks for dropping by and have a great Monday; regardless of me depressing  and stressing you out.

Until the next tine.

10 Comments on “My Advent calendar…Santa’s reindeers.

  1. It’s never too early to laugh! I even wake myself up, laughing in my dreams! Yes, completely deranged.
    I don’t know what I’m doing with the snow…I’m thick.
    We’ve got snow forecast in my neck of the woods today…although bright and sunny at the moment.
    Maybe it’ll snow later on …outside and on here! x


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