Good Evening to You and I hope you are having a nice relaxing evening, unless of course you're out clubbing in which case I hope your are having a bouncing evening. I'm way beyond clubbing now, in fact in my youth it was called going te the dancin. I have mentioned to Alistair a number of times that it's a pity that there isn't somewhere for older people to go in the evening in Inverness for dancing. I just love the old films where you see people having a twirl around the floor and having a cocktail or two and a live band playing. Those Golden Years long gone, even before my time, but wouldn't it be grand to have it back.
Well if you are a Shakespeare fan I would highly recommend Macbeth, a bit gory and dark, but beautifully filmed. Now I don't know Michael Fasebender from Adam, but I reckon he did a good job as the Thain of Cawder. At least his Scottish accent was fine, unlike Mel Gibbson's in Braveheart.
The Scottish scenery was fabulous, especially the scenes shot in Skye of the Quiraing.
Had a busy day house wise today, got loads of chores done, Alistair was away at a thing to do with archaeology as it's the Highland Archaeology week, he goes every year, but he thought it wasn't worth the £15 this year, pleased I decided not to go, some of the speakers were a tad boring and he dosed off.
Anyway, here is a Christmas card;
I bought a selection of Sheena Douglass stamps last year and never got around to using them, this is one of them. They are wonderful to colour and I've used SN Pens to do that. I have loads of Hunkydory embossed card, bought yonks ago, so I thought this navy and gold one would go well as a background. A bit of glitter and that was that. I could just go a lovely hot choc.
Sorry that the photo is a bit blurred, hope your eyes can take it.
Alistair has just brought in a coffee and a little gingerbread man, so I will say good night and thank you for your lovely comments on my Oldie,
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