The Traditional Christmas Eve

Last Christmas Letad and I went to lunch with my family in Croydon. We had such a good time we invited ourselves back and so begins a new tradition (we hope!)

A delicious lunch of roast salmon and a selection of three decadent desserts meant we were off to a good start for festive eating.

Arriving back in Chalk Farm we decided to attend the midnight service in Primrose Hill which we’d attended last year. It had been an incredibly moving sermon last year and couldn’t be matched but we belted out a few good carols, said a prayer for the speedy recovery of Hannah and felt that we’d got Christmas off to a good start.

It was 1am. We walked back through the darkened streets listening for sleigh bells.

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