At Christmastime, I have got in the habit of e-mailing a "card" to known people who mean something to me but are not on our list to receive physical mailed cards. This year's e-mail "card" uses a photograph I took in February of this year when walking near the town of Mirepoix in the foothills of The French Pyrenees.
Among others, I sent it to blogging friends Graham Edwards, John Gray and Kate Steeds but if I had had all regular visitors' e-mail addresses, I would have sent it to them too.
It is just turned midnight on Christmas Eve and in ten hours Shirley and I will be London-bound. It will be the first time in thirty five years that we have not enjoyed Christmas at home with a big, fat turkey. Instead, we will be having a vegan Christmas dinner this year with our son Ian. We'll be staying with him for three nights - returning on Thursday afternoon.
I won't be taking this laptop with us so it is possible that I won't post again till later in the week. In the meantime, I wish you all a Happy Christmas wherever you are and whoever you are with. Let's hope we all make it safely to Christmas 2020.