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Tuesday, 1 December 2015

Opening the Tin of Christmas Treats


Autumn is now done, the trees are bare, it's now December and so the alarm clock has sounded to wake us up properly for Christmas.

Yes, I think it is time to tempt you with some of the trips I will be writing about this month.  Now as some of you know, I am about to embark on some serious foot surgery and that meant that I needed to get out and about as much as possible beforehand.  The trips have now been visited, captured and written about so my next few posts will be posted using the Schedule Planner to help with the anxiety of my lack of time, so please enjoy them as much as I have visiting and putting the posts together for you.

So, what's coming up this month from my tin of Christmas Treats?

1. Christmas at a Castle and a Mustard Shop! - Norwich, England

2. Norwich Cathedral

3. Elm Hill, Norwich

4. A Victorian Christmas Fayre in Melton Mowbray, England 

5. A Visit to Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, England 

6. A Merry Christmas at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, England with The Wind in the Willows

7. The Last Minute Christmas Round Up

Unfortunately, I will be putting my Extraordinary in the Ordinary posts on hold for a little while until I am able to walk around again normally but the bonus of doing this is that I can enjoy catching up with blogland while I recuperate at my leisure.  See, there are positives even after surgery and I am going to thoroughly savour every blog post I read.

So, my darling hobbit feet, are you both ready?  Good, let's do this!



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36 comments:

  1. All the best for the surgery Chel, will be thinking of you. Take care x

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  2. Wishing you a speedy recovery. Meanwhile, I'm eagerly awaiting the Christmas treats you have in store!

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  3. Looking forward to your future posts. Best of luck with the op. and be patient with the recuperation.

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  4. All this sounds really nice. Have fun and write some lovely posts about it!

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  5. Looking forward to your posts. Take care, and best of luck with the surgery.

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  6. Looking forward to what you thought of Norwich, that is where one of my daughters live. Hope all goes well with the surgery. Sending you lots of healing thought. Take care.

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  7. Wishing you all the very best for the surgery and hope you're back on your feet soon (not too soon, be sure to take all the time you need). Such a good idea to schedule blog posts about your trips which I'll enjoy reading.

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  8. That's a tantalizing line up of blog posts, Chel. I'll look forward to reading them. I hope your surgery goes well and healing is steady. Sending you hugs.

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  9. I can't wait for all of your posts you have lined up Chel! Thanks. Also sending you good wishes for a successful surgery.
    Have a nice week. Julie xo

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  10. Wish you all the best with the surgery and that you may recover soon. In the meantime I'm looking forward to your lovely blogposts about the interesting places.

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  11. I'll be in your pocket, Chel, so, if you need a hand to hold, just put your hand in your pocket and I'll be there, holding on tight. :o)

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  12. Surgery? Hope you're well soon. It would be fun to go on all the trips around England. I am soooo jealous. *grin*
    ((Hug)) Tia for me. Hope your day is blessed. ~:)

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  13. Hope all goes well and all heals quickly for you . This Christmas tin of treats sounds wonderful looking forward to them all ! Like a kid in a candy store lol ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  14. Looking forward to all of them! Prayers for a successful surgery and a quick recovery.

    Hugs, Vicky

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  15. I will look forward to your December posts which sound wonderful! I wish you all the best with your surgery and recovery Chel. Blessings to you! xx Pam

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  16. I will definitely be holding thoughts of you close to the heart as you go for your surgery dear Chel. I pray all goes well and that your recuperation is gentle with little pain and lots of goodies - you've earned them! Meanwhile, looking forward to traveling around with you as your scheduled posts display - you were sweet to do that and you know how we always love your words and photos.

    Sending warm hugs, and hope you ill be fit as a fiddle again by the time Christmas arrives.
    Love, Mary (Bob sends you a hug too).

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  17. Fun! Happy December and wishing you the best. May you recover quickly.
    Carla

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  18. Looking forward to your upcoming posts. Hope your recovery is swift and as pain free as poss! xx

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  19. All the best with your surgery and wish you a speedy recovery, take care! Anita xx

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  20. All the best with your surgery and wish you a speedy recovery, take care! Anita xx

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  21. Good luck Chel with your surgery. Will keep prayers for you that all will go well. Enjoy taking it easy for awhile.
    Kris

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  22. Your festive posts sound lovely and I look forward to visiting them. Good luck with your surgery, and wishing you a speedy recovery.
    Helen xox

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  23. Good luck and I wish you a speedy recovery and I look forward to reading your Christmas posts! Xxx

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  24. I look forward to the opening of your tin of Christmas treats!! I hope that the surgery and recovery both go very well! xx

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  25. Something for us to look forward to! Hope all goes well with your upcoming surgery and wishing you a quick recovery! I'm sure your little furry companion will be happy to have you home! x Karen

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  26. Just reading your list, Chel, makes me wonder if I could somehow become independently wealthy so I could move there. Lol. I pray that your surgery will be successful and that you'll have a quick recovery.

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  27. I hope that you will be up and about and feeling better very soon. I look forward to these posts - especially as I see some of the places every week. Hopefully they will serve as a reminder of why I love where I live. All the very best with the op and if you are offered jelly and ice cream at the hospital, accept it! Hospital jelly and ice cream is the best in the land. x

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  28. My best wishes for your surgery, my sweeyest Chel, I'm looking forward to your next, wonderful post !
    Take care, my darling, sending love and prayers !
    Dany

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  29. Best wishes for a speedy and complete recovery!

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  30. I hope you're healing fast. I can't wait for you to take me back to Norwich where I spent a fabulous fortnight a while ago.

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  31. Some good forward planning on your part with your forthcoming posts, which I'm looking forward to reading. Hope all goes well with the surgery x

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  32. Good luck with the surgery and a speedy recovery, dear Chel. And a big hug.
    Amalia
    xo

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  33. Wishing you a successful surgery, and a pain-free recovery, Chel! Looking forward to the journeys you will take us on!

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