Monday, July 26, 2010

Christmas in July

What could be better than a traditional English Christmas with all the trimmings; roast turkey and pork, cold ham, hot vegetables swimming in a sea of gravy. Eating way to much at lunch. Too full to tea anything for dinner, well maybe a few leftovers...and my mums trifle....yum.

There is a growing tradition to celebrate Christmas in July in Australia when the weather is cooler, though we don't , we always have our traditional hot English Xmas Lunch in December, smack-bang in the middle of Summer.

Can't believe July is nearly over and Christmas is just around the corner...Blimey Charlie!

Do you have a special dinner or traditional lunch with all the trimmings too?
Or do you prefer the more modern approach with seafood and a good cold beer?

Hope you have a great start to the week, bye, T

4 comments:

Pearl Maple said...

Delightful Christmas in July post and really like what you have done with your blog header.

A Treasured Past said...

@Pearl MapleHi, thanks for visiting my blog..its nice to meet you. I'm glad you like header :) Hope you come back soon, Tamara

Tamarah said...

Oh Tamara....My absolute NUMBER ONE FAVE thing in the Vintage World is VINTAGE CHRISTMAS....I have 8 suitcases plus the coffe table (trunk) STUFFED with pieces like you've shown....I SO WISH you & I lived in the same STATE....!!

Cheers,
Tamarah :o)

A Treasured Past said...

@Tamarah Tamarah, I just love xmas stuff too. I don't have a huge collection, but what I do have, I really love. My fave things are the Chenille Santas and last year at Trash and Treasure I found an old goose feather tree for $10!!! Yippee