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Christmas is coming!

Alice is practicing "Jingle Bells" on her violin; the trees are up in the Kerith Centre ...looks like Christmas is coming!

We had good fun decorating the Kerith Centre last night - fortunately I wasn't given too much responsibility and was given a job within my creative capabilities : "hang the stars in a random pattern"! I had a great time chatting to people and getting to know some of the girls that have just finished the recent Alpha course. We even stopped part way through to all get together for a coffee break - my kind of evening!
If you're free anytime Saturday morning why not drop in to our Unique action morning in K2? We'd love to see you. It's gong to be very informal - just drop in anytime between 9-11.30 am. More details here. Don't worry if you haven't got your ticket, as you can get one on the door.

Last Monday evening Simon and I had a date night - desserts and drinks at Peacock Farm. It was a freezing evening - so a scrummy sticky toffee pudding was called for (yum!) . We had a great time chatting about our Talk for Sunday evening's Xmas Factor - we'll be sitting on the stools and sharing the talk . The whole evening is going to be great - nice and Christmassy - it's always lovely to hear the school children singing; and our music group are amazing (can't wait to hear their Christmas carols CD, ready this weekend). There's also some funny "audition tapes", so watch out for my duet with Simon!

Well, with one child in bed, two still to go, I'll sign off now - hope to see many of you at the weekend! x

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