Heading Towards Christmas with Mistletoe, Books and Charity Knitting…

I love mistletoe. This year I’m going to leave this sprig on our apple tree and hope it grows! Meanwhile, I’ve positioned it prominently in our kitchen…

Isn’t this cup the best present? My girlfriend brought it back from Germany for me. I’ve drunk out of it pretty obsessively since! Nothing like an early Christmas present!

These are the charity mug-huggers in situ, at The Coffee House on Moreton Hall. They’re selling for £3, with £1 of that going straight to our local hospice – an indisputable good cause!

Last charity knit of the year: these mugs with their own crochet warmers are on sale at Workwise on Hatter Street with a portion of the money going to Workwise itself. Having finished these, I had no project on the go – but friends gave had a baby girl surprisingly early, so I’ve got an excuse to get knitting again!

Final picture of this week: I’m reading a superb novel called The Professor of Poetry by Geraldine McCleen. It is lyrically written with an unusual – 50s, single, academic female – protagonist. I’ve read about a third of it and am loving every sentence. More when it’s finished!

Hope everyone’s had a good week and is getting ready for a lovely Christmas!



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