A Covid Christmas, seven months later.

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Now that the stage is set (see yesterday’s post) let’s check out the guests and festivities.

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Santa made numerous appearances.

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And I shared another version of my mankini Santa with this young man who was brave enough to wear it.

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Wine flowed freely.

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Though some guests didn’t approve of our edible flower embellishments.

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This young lady landed herself a new beau. Pre Med and good looking… her father approves. 👍

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Drinks were consumed on the deck, and goat entertainment was enjoyed.

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Eventually the party moved to the pool area.

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And food was enjoyed among Christmas trees and lobster pool floaties.

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Extra food was turned into art.

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(Art being in the eye of the beholder and better appreciated when you’ve been drinking all afternoon.)

To be continued…

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23 thoughts on “A Covid Christmas, seven months later.”

      1. That’s why I like the outdoors, but then again I bet our summer is much cooler than yours. In the winter, they have the heating turned up and it is too hot when everyone piles inside.

        My family have a big summer get together in Snowdonia on one of the farms. We have a sort of sports day for adults and little ones to join in and everyone takes lots of food along. We often have a treasure hunt too. We did not have it in 2020 or 2021, making do with smaller family get togethers, but we are all longing for 2022.

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  1. I see Santa was the only one wearing a ‘mask’ — and even so, his nose wasn’t covered. I don’t mean to be a party pooper, but they say even vaccinated people can catch the Delta variant and pass the virus on to others. And now I shall take leave before I get booed off the blog!

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