On the other hand, it's more than possible that Mr Life and I might eat these Christmas trees later this evening. Thank you, Daughter 2!
This morning was taken up with ferrying our lovely Son-in-Law 1 to our house with his and Daughter 1's guinea pigs and all their equipment. You know how you would never believe how much you need to take with you when you have a baby? Nothing to these piggies' accoutrements... . I now have the dauntingly responsible task of keeping them in the pink for six days.
We then returned to the D1/SIL1 house to collect Daughter 1 and Grandson, to take them (and lots more stuff) to the station. Grandson was his usual jolly self. I'm not going to see him for six whole days (every two days has been the norm so far) but I don't grudge him a visit to his Worcester relatives and am sure he'll have a lovely time. He evidently enjoyed his first train journey and entertained the passengers with his cheery beams.
Still haven't wrapped anything. Must. Happy Christmas to anyone who won't be back before the big day!